The First College Witness Seminar: Psychiatry in the 1960s
A blog post about the College's first Witness Seminar, an oral history event about psychiatry in the 1960s.Library and archives team
Preparing for the exams
Insights about ways to prepare for paper A , paper B and the CASC, from a trainee - the first of a new series of blogs aimed at trainees.Sidra Chaudhry
Dr Christina Fawcett on the Batman: Arkham series and incarceration of people with mental illness
Dr Sachin Shah speaks to Dr Christina Fawcett, a video game theorist, about the depth of messaging regarding mental illness within these games.Gaming the mind team
CNTW Climate Health - Our story
I knew I needed to take action when in February last year I asked some friends if they knew how much CO2 was in the air. They didn’t. “400ppm. And ...Dr Guy Harvey
The GROW model: a structure for mentoring
Read more about how following this basic structure can improve the outcome of Mentoring for both Mentee and Mentor in our NW and NY mentoring blog.North West and North Yorkshire Mentorship blog team
This week we've had plenty of reason to celebrate!
So this is Christmas, and what have you done?
In her final blog of 2019, Wendy reviews whether she’s achieved the resolutions she made at the start of the year.Professor Wendy Burn
Mentor mastery – what skills do I need to be a mentor?
Find our how the skills of mentors and psychiatrists overlap in our NW & NY mentoring blog.North West and North Yorkshire Mentorship blog team
Present your poster at the International Congress 2020
We would now like you to submit your abstract for poster presentation at the 2020 Congress. Read out top tips and submit your abstract today!Congress team
A long way home
In her November blog, Wendy discusses the RCPsych’s new report highlighting improvements needed to acute adult mental health care services.Professor Wendy Burn