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The looming mental health crisis must be taken seriously in next week’s Scottish Budget the Royal College of Psychiatrists in Scotland, said today.
Almost eight in 10 people think demand for mental health services will increase after the pandemic is over, according to new research.
The RCPsych Scotland team were celebrating this week – after winning silver in the prestigious CIPR Pride awards.
Mental health services in Scotland are affected by “racial inequalities”, a review has indicated.
In her latest letter to Scottish Members, RCPsychiS Chair, Dr Linda Findlay discusses the increasing demand on services & pressures on clinicians and what the College is doing to support members
As we say farewell – and thank you – to Professor John Crichton after four great years as our Chair in Scotland, we also welcome our new Chair, Linda Findlay and the new Honorary Officers.
In his latest letter to Members, Professor John Crichton reflects on legacy during his final weeks as Chair and discusses what priorities lie ahead for the RCPsych in Scotland.
Professor John Crichton updates members in Scotland on the latest happenings.
The RCPsych in Scotland welcomes the announcement of the Workforce Specialist Service, a mental health service for health and social care staff across Scotland.
Mental health services for children and young people remain significantly short-changed, a recent survey from the Royal College of Psychiatrists in Scotland has found.