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
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
Too far to go for care
In a special blog, Wendy calls for change to a system which means severely ill patients are forced to travel 100+ miles for care.Professor Wendy Burn
Life in the hot seat
In her October blog Wendy celebrates new College members, potential new Presidents and new opportunities to influence mental health services.Professor Wendy Burn
Party (conference) animal
In her September blog, Wendy talks about party conferences, Presidential election candidates and the World Congress of Psychiatry in Portugal.Professor Wendy Burn
Speed of light
In her July blog, Wendy discusses the successes of this year's Congress, making sure mental health gets the attention it deserves under the new Government and reducing restrictive practice.Professor Wendy Burn
Are you a trainspotter?
In her June blog Wendy discusses our new position statement on antidepressants, the launch of our new data website and more.Professor Wendy Burn
Escape from Alcatraz
Wendy escaped from Alcatraz to give us her May update. On the agenda, antidepressants, whistleblowing, climate change – and news from the APA’s Congress in San Francisco.Professor Wendy Burn
Happy Easter all
Wendy’s Easter update reflects on a royal reception, European Congress in Warsaw and the NHS Long Term Plan.Professor Wendy Burn
Feline good after a busy March
President's blog: Wendy's March blog covers great old age faculty and neuroscience events and important legislation changes in Scotland and Northern Ireland.