International Committees

International Advisory Committee

The International Advisory Committee (IAC) is responsible for overseeing the roll out of the College's International Strategy, liaising with international organisations relevant to the work of the College and developing the role of the College internationally, including its role in education and training.

The IAC meet three times each year. Our President Dr Adrian James is Chair and is supported by the Presidential Lead for International Affairs, Professor Mohammed Al-Uzri.

If you would like to make contact about the work of the IAC, please contact our International Liaison Manager Agnes Raboczki.

IAC members

PositionName
President (Chair)Dr Adrian James
Presidential Lead for International AffairsProfessor Mohammed Al-Uzri
Faculty RepresentativeVacant
Division RepresentativeDr Shahid Latif
DeanProfessor Subodh Dave
Honorary TreasurerProfessor John Crichton
RegistrarDr Trudi Seneviratne
African Division ChairProfessor Petrus deVries
European Division ChairDr Angela Carballedo Aenlle
Middle East Division Chair Dr Ovais Wadoo
Pan American Division ChairProfessor Sophia Frangou
South Asia Division ChairDr T Manoj Kumar
West Pacific Division ChairProfessor Steve Kisley 
PTC RepresentativeTBC
Chief ExecutiveMr Paul Rees
Chair of the Diaspora Groups CommitteeDr Ananta Dave
BJPsych International RepresentativeProfessor David Skuse
Chair of VIPSIGDr Anis Ahmed
Co-opted MemberDr Marisa Casanova-Dias

Diaspora Groups Committee

The Diaspora Groups Committee is made up of representatives from a number of independent diaspora groups that represent psychiatrists in the UK.

The committee meet 3 times a year and advises the RCPsych, via the International Advisory Committee, on matters relating to international policy and matters relating to international medical graduates.

The following diaspora groups are represented on this committee:

  • Association of Black Psychiatrists, UK
  • British Arab Psychiatric Association
  • British Bangladeshi Psychiatrists Association
  • British Pakistani Psychiatric Association
  • British Indian Psychiatric Association
  • Iranian Diaspora Association in Psychiatry
  • Sri Lankan Psychiatrists' Association  (UK)
  • Sudanese Psychiatrists Association, UK and Ireland

If you would like to make contact about the work of the Diaspora Groups Committee, please contact our International Administrator Sarah Eldridge.

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