Get involved with the SW Division

Find out all the ways you can get involved with the South West Division.

Taking a role on the Executive Committee

The South West Executive Committee are always looking for new members! Being a member of the Exec will help you expand your network of professional contacts, shape the service the College provides to members in the region, and will be a lot of fun too. Contact for further details.

We also have a range of other exciting vacancies available in the South West Division. See our vacancies page for the latest roles available.

Promoting careers in psychiatry

We're passionate about promoting careers in psychiatry, and raising the numbers of people who choose psychiatry as a specialism. Find out more about our work in this area and how to get involved.

Participate in Your College Southwest

Find out more about Your College Southwest from Project Leads Dr Angela Rouncefield, Dr Richard Laugharne and Dr Paul Winterbottom. To get involved contact Division Manager Abigail Watts.

Attending an event or training session

The Divisions team works hard to provide great events and training sessions at which you can gain CPD points, keep your knowledge up to date and network with other members, carers and patient representatives in the region. See our upcoming events.

Contributing to the Division's news updates or speaking at an event

We'd love to hear from Division members who'd like to contribute an article to our enewsletter or speak at one of our events. If you'd like to, please email

Prizes and Bursaries

Each year the South West Division offer a range of great prizes and bursaries that members in the south west can apply for. Find out what’s on offer and how to enter.

Representing the Division at the annual Mindmasters quiz

Each year the Division takes part in the Mindmasters quiz, which began in 2022. If you enjoy quizzes and would like to take part in the team, we'd love to hear from you. Contact for more information.


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