Read key updates for psychiatrists working in Wales.
On 17 June, The College will be hosting the first National Young Persons Debate in partnership with TEC Cymru 'Does technology improve your mental health?'
On St David's Day, the RCPsych Wales are delighted to present 'illustrating the mind', delivered by Cerys Knighton and Dr Rhys Bevan Jones.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists Wales has issued an interim Welsh language scheme. This scheme will be reviewed and formally approved in March 2021.
Over the New Year, the New Year Honours list was released and we are delighted that Professor Alka Ahuja has been awarded an MBE for her services to the NHS during the pandemic.
A former model and psychiatrist teamed up to deliver a special assembly on body image and social media at a Newport school, this week.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists in Wales is delighted to announce 'ReConnect' a new short series of podcasts that focus on how people have managed their mental health and wellbeing during the pandemic.
Social prescribing could help tackle the mental health consequences of loneliness and isolation caused by COVID-19 says the Royal College of Psychiatrists in Wales.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists in Wales is encouraging research into the impacts of homeworking on people’s wellbeing – a year on since the pandemic began.
Professor Alka Ahuja MBE has been celebrated as part of the #TheArtofMotherhood mural series commissioned by Amazon Handmade.
More than 30 organisations from across health, housing and social care in Wales come together to call for action on health inequalities
The Royal College of Psychiatrists Wales has issued its 2020 Highlights report.
RCPsych Wales has teamed up with presenter and influencer Jess Davies to produce a series of videos focusing on the everyday struggles which can negatively affect the mental health of young adults.