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.
Peter Carpenter summarises what the NDPSIG has become involved with both within and outside of the College.
Adrian reflects on the sad passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II and discusses the College’s reaction to the Government’s new ‘Plan for patients’ and the effects of the recent flooding ...
Our Autism Champion Dr Conor Davidson speaks about the two great challenges facing psychiatrists in the field of adult autism.
Dr Claire Hilton, the College's Historian in Residence, discusses the long history of inappropriate out of area placements.
In this months guest blog, our Meetings Secretary, Dr Adam Daly, gives us an overview of what we can expect at the upcoming Autumn conference.
The monthly blog of the Public Mental Health Implementation Centre (PMHIC), 'Perspectives on public mental health', aims to highlight the voices of practitioners, patients, carers, and public health experts.
In this blog post, our President Dr Adrian James explains why Thursday's Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) is so important.
Were you unable to join us in person at Congress 2022? We are thrilled to announce that you can now purchase the Congress recording package via the eLearning Hub!
Adrian discusses his recent visit to the World Congress of Psychiatry and the College’s work on the Cross-Governmental Mental Health and Wellbeing Plan.
TECCymru - in collaboration with RCPsych Wales - held their first summer school for young people in Wales who are interested in healthcare and mental health.
Registrar Dr Trudi Seneviratne and Dr Rachel Gibbons discuss the important work of Samaritans in light of their recently released strategy priorities for 2022–2027.
Peter Hand, the College's Public Affairs and Stakeholder Manager, looks forward to how the College will be looking to influence key stakeholders from across the political spectrum.