- SPSIG Conference: ‘What’s God got to do with it? Is there a place for God in Psychiatry?’ 15 March 2024 (in-person). For more info and to book your ticket, visit the event page here.
- [The essay prize is open every year until 31 December - more information]
Our events usually occur twice a year and are attended by a wide range of College members. Some are also open to the wider public or guests as advertised. Numbers range from smaller events like the one below up to 200 for our 20th Anniversary Conference.
We have an extensive range of PDF abstracts and some audio/video from past events going back 20 years. Please see our publications archive.
SPSIG student bursaries
The Spirituality in Psychiatry Special Interest Group have made available some funds to subsidise the attendance of medical students at their day conferences.
This bursary is a one-off partial payment for a specific SPSIG conference, paid from SIG funds.
Students should apply using their academic, NHS or hospital trust email address and stating their course of study, their institution and which year they are now in.
The bursary is primarily intended for medical students. Preference will be given to student associates of the RCPsych.
Consideration will be given to students of other subjects in the fields of mental health and spirituality, or low paid or voluntary mental health workers, on a case by case basis.
A higher level of bursary is available for those willing to help out practically on the day e.g. by passing the roving microphone during discussions.
The SPSIG executive committee will decide who receives the bursary, their decision is final.