Welcome to our eNewsletter for members
In this month's newsletter we look back at this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, announce an exciting new vacancy in NCCMH, reveal the next editor of the BJPsych, and show you how to get the best rates for attending this year's Congress.
Other news from around the College
Applications and nominations
This is a final reminder to submit your applications for this year’s RCPsych Awards. All entries close at 5pm on Friday 26 May.
We are pleased to announce applications are now open for Cohort 1 of the RCPsych Eating Disorder Credential. Deadline The deadline for applications is 11.59pm on Friday 30 June 2023.
For practitioners with experience of using and/or implementing PROMs with people with a learning disability or autism, to inform guidance for PROMs in Community Mental Health Services. Express interest before 5 June 2023.
We’re looking for a new Chair to oversee the work of the networks’ accreditation committees that decide if services have met sufficient standards to be accredited by the College. The closing date for applications is 2 June 2023.
Join us for an evening with Professor Camara Phyllis Jones and our incoming President Dr Lade Smith CBE. Their conversation will focus on the impacts of racism on mental health.
This conference, hosted at the Mercure Exeter Southgate Hotel, will provide an exciting programme on the theme of controversial treatments in psychiatry.
Resources for members
RCPsych eLearning Hub is pleased to announce the release of a brand-new module designed to increase knowledge of how care can be improved for people from ethnic minority communities throughout the dementia care pathway.
Our monthly newsletter is sent by the MAEP team on behalf of Professor Keith Rix. It includes helpful information for expert witnesses who provide assistance to courts and tribunals, such as updates on recent cases, judgments, training events and other matters of interest.