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.
What evolution tells us about LGBTQ+ history
Dr Pavan Joshi, Chair of the College's Rainbow Special Interest Group, has written a special blog post as part of the College's Pride month celebrations.Dr Pavan Joshi
Behind the cover - a neurodivergence design by a neurodivergent designer
We hear from Emily - a dyslexic and autistic illustrator, graphic designer and podcaster -who designed the cover of one of the issues of RCPsych Insight, a cover that features ...
The task ahead: embedding a public mental health approach in the reorganised NHS
Nearly a year since their formalisation as legal entities, what do Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) mean for public mental health? Oliver Chantler, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at the ...Perspectives on Public Mental Health blog team
The Coronation of King Charles, Patron of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
In his May blog post, Adrian discusses a wide range of topics including the College’s progress on promoting equality, diversity and inclusion. He also looks reflects on his tenure as ...Dr Adrian James
Living with a Serious Mental Illness
For this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, one of the College’s Patient Representatives has written a powerful blog post about the challenges of growing up with an SMI.Nathan Randles
Anxiety and Eating Disorders, Dr Isabella Jurewicz
The theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is anxiety. Dr Isabella Jurewicz has written a blog piece on the topic of anxiety and its links with eating disorders ...
Your College Needs You
In her latest update, Scottish Chair Dr Linda Findlay talks about the necessity of positively influencing mental health services through the policy work of the College in Scotland, developments in ...Dr Linda Findlay
Book review: Checkpoint by Joe Donnelly
Dr Chun Chiang Sin Fai Lam discusses this wide-ranging tour of mental health issues in video games.Gaming the mind team
Young minds online
What are children and young people viewing online, and how does it affect their mental health? Jane Morris, psychiatrist and psychotherapist, and PMHIC Advisory Board member discusses this topic, and ...Perspectives on Public Mental Health blog team
Happy Easter, Chag Pesach Sameach, Ramadan Mubarak!
In his April blog post Adrian talks about the Hewitt Review and gambling addiction. He also pays tribute to the College’s Fellows and Honorary Fellows.Dr Adrian James
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
A guide to Congress 2023 for students and trainees – by the Psychiatric Trainees’ Committee (PTC) Chair
Are you a student or trainee who is looking to attend Congress 2023? Take a look through our Student and Trainee Guide!Dr Chris Walsh