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.
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In the context of the College's exhibition on the legacies of eugenics, Lisa Edwards discusses the diagnoses of previous generations of her family and how those diagnoses and the contemporary ...
Dr Claire Hilton, the College's Historian in Residence discusses the founding of the Maudsley Hospital.
Dr Elaine Lockhart, Faculty Chair, and Dr Tze Hui Phang, a higher trainee in Scotland, talk about the rewarding, inspirational experiences they've had working in child and adolescent psychiatry.
In his January blog post, Adrian congratulates the next President of RCPsych and talks about his trips to Westminster.
Abstract submission is now open for this year’s International Congress in Liverpool. Read our top tips and submit your abstract today. There is only limited time remaining!
In a new blog post, our Public Affairs & Media Officer, Gregory Kay, looks at the Online Safety Bill which has now completed its passage through the House of Commons. ...
Dr Graham Ash and Dr John Mason discuss the unscientific concept of differential fertility that underpinned eugenic ideologies in the twentieth century.
RCPsych in Scotland Co-ordinator, Angela Currie, takes the opportunity to highlight the face to face Winter conference taking place in Glasgow next week.
Dr Katie Blissard Barnes - a member of the College's Sustainability and Planetary Health Committee - signposts some great resources for psychiatrists looking to better understand, and implement, sustainable practices ...
In his December blog post Adrian has a special message for members, discusses the Online Safety Bill, and remembers the life of Dr Thomas Bewley.
We are very pleased to confirm that the 2023 RCPsych International Congress will return as a face-to-face event, taking place at the ACC Liverpool between Monday 10 – Thursday 13 ...
For International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2022, we invited Dr Elohor Ijete, currently completing FY3 year in forensic psychiatry, to write about non-visible disabilities.