Position Statements are approved by the College’s Policy and Public Affairs Committee and are concise statements of College policy.
These statements are available to download in PDF format (free of charge).
Our position on maintain safeguards for vulnerable people with a history of torture, trafficking or other serious ill-treatment.
Guidance on office accommodation and administrative support for consultant posts.
The College's position on mental illness, terrorism and psychiatrists' engagement with counter-terror services.
- Ethical considerations arising from the government's counter-terrorism strategy (supplement to Counter- terrorism and psychiatry) (PS04/2016S November 2017) (pdf)
Supplementary ethical considerations for psychiatrists engaging with counter-terrorism.
What we can do to limit the psychological impact of large-scale events, including terrorism.
The College's definition of the health-based place of safety and crisis assessment sites, and to lay out the standards required for quality provision.