Members' update

April 2024

The latest set of College election results were published today (11 April). Find out who was elected to each position, including the new chair of RCPsych in Wales.

The College has provided an initial response to the independent review of gender identity services for children and young people, chaired by Dr Hilary Cass.

RCPsych President Dr Lade Smith CBE has commented on the publication of the Government's response to the Joint Committee report on the Mental Health Bill.

International Congress 2024

We’re delighted so many of you have already purchased your ticket for this year’s International Congress in Edinburgh. If you missed the early bird deadline don’t worry, there’s still places available. You have until the end of May to book at our standard rate.

This year’s Congress will feature over 60 cutting-edge sessions with keynotes from 16 world-renowned speakers, including Dr Hilary Cass.

Find out more and book your place today!

We've updated one of our most popular patient information resources on stopping antidepressants, which is endorsed by the RCGP, the RPS and the CMHP.

The College welcomed the news from NHS England of a new ADHD taskforce and supports the ambition to better understand the challenges for people living with ADHD. 

Another organisation has signed up to our Act Against Racism campaign – St Matthews Healthcare have launched their own initiative which builds on the College's guidance.

Read more to receive further information regarding a career in psychiatry