This blog allows the College President, currently Dr Adrian James, to share their thoughts on life in and around the College. This blog is typically updated monthly.
In his April blog post, Adrian talks about the need for a long-term plan for mental health and our new resource on asylum seekers and refugees.
The College paid tribute to Council member Dr Steve Pearce, who died last week after a long illness.
Adrian reflects on the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report and the implications of climate change on mental health.
In his February blog post, Adrian makes the case for a fully funded mental health recovery plan and talks about his work with the NHS Race and Health Observatory.
In his first blog post of the year Adrian offers congratulations, highlights support available to members, and previews the year ahead.
As we come to the end of another year, Adrian reflects on the events of another year dominated by the pandemic. He also looks back at the many achievements that ...
In light of the recent spending review, our President Dr Adrian James shares his thoughts on funding for mental health.
Adrian’s November blog post looks back at the COP26 conference - and the effect of climate change on migration - as well as the recent RCPsych Awards ceremony.
In his October blog post, Adrian talks about the College’s work to influence mental health funding and workforce decisions, and remarks on some College successes.
Adrian’s September blog post discusses the upcoming government spending review and looks back at a recent roundtable event for children and young people.
RCPsych President, Dr Adrian James responds to the situation unfolding in Afghanistan and the implications for veterans' mental health.
In his July blog post, Adrian reflects on an exceptionally busy time for the country, the College and him personally.