We have a wide range of blogs including our President's Updates blog, our Careers in Psychiatry blog as well as blogs for topics such as Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion and our cultural blog.
Additionally there is our main RCPsych blog which includes posts on a broad diversity of topics.
You can use the category menu below to filter posts from all of these blogs.
The spring budget – what it means for us
In his March blog post, Adrian discusses the spring budget, industrial action and inspirational leaders. He also discusses the CQC's visit to the College.Dr Adrian James
World Autism Acceptance Week 2023 – new developments
Autism Champion Dr Conor Davidson updates us about the latest work the Royal College of Psychiatrists is doing on autism.Dr Conor Davidson
Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2023: Reflections from an Expert by Experience
The monthly blog of the Public Mental Health Implementation Centre, 'Perspectives on public mental health' aims to highlight the voices of practitioners, patients, carers, and public health experts.Perspectives on Public Mental Health blog team
Is Psychiatry Working?
Professor Femi Oyebode discusses the six-part BBC Radio 4 series that he co-hosted.Professor Femi Oyebode
IWD 2023: Embracing equity, promoting excellence
Dr Ananta Dave discusses the collective soul searching on this years' International Women’s Day.Dr Ananta Dave
IWD 2023: Consider the impact you can make for women
Dr Fabida Aria discusses the journey that womankind has been on, and how far we need to go still.Dr Fabida Aria
Dadl Iechyd Meddwl Pobl Ifanc
Atodiad Polisi, David Morris, yn myfyrio ar y ddadl iechyd meddwl person ifanc a gynhaliwyd yn bersonol ar garreg drws y Senedd.David Morris
RCPsych Wales – Young Person's Mental Health Debate
RCPsych Wales Policy Attachment, David Morris, reflects on the recent young person's mental health debate which took place in person, on the doorstep of the Senedd.David Morris
A special dinner
In his February blog post Adrian discusses a special dinner with Health Education England, solidarity with Turkey and Syria, and the transition to the next College President.
Francis Galton: Narrative of an explorer in the human sciences
In the context of the College's exhibition on the legacies of eugenics, John Hall summarises the life and work of Francis Galton who coined the term eugenics.Library and archives team
A busy year ahead
Matthew James, RCPsych in Scotland Policy Officer, provides an overview of some of the upcoming policy priorities for the College in Scotland.RCPsych in Scotland
Working with the Princess of Wales
RCPsych Registrar Dr Trudi Seneviratne OBE writes about her experiences of working with the Princess of Wales to promote the importance of early childhood.Dr Trudi Seneviratne