Members' update

11 August 2022

Four years of hard work have culminated in the launch of the College’s 2022 curricula which focus on flexibility and personalisation.

The College is pleased to announce that our latest ethnicity pay data shows that the pay gap has narrowed – with the median gap being just 5.81%.

New strategy from Samaritans

A new blog post by RCPsych Registrar Dr Trudi Seneviratne and Dr Rachel Gibbons discusses the important work of Samaritans in light of their recently released 2022-2027 strategy.

Dr Adrian James, along with other College Officers, recently hosted two webinars that discussed the upcoming EGM and allowed members to ask questions.

A school pupil from North Wales, supported by RCPsych Wales, has revealed the mental health pressures that frontline healthcare workers experienced in the pandemic.

The upcoming party conference season – which will feature a new Prime Minister – will see the College looking to influence key stakeholders from across the political spectrum.

Help shape the Assessment Strategy Review

A reminder to all trainees, examiners, and supervisors. The College is running a series of surveys for your thoughts on the RCPsych assessments, to help shape the upcoming Assessment Strategy Review. Survey links have been emailed to all who are eligible. The deadline for responses is 31 August.

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