RCPsych in Scotland blog
This page features blog posts from around Scotland: projects our members are working on, recruitment initiatives, our engagement with the third sector, teaching, training or just the day-to-day experience of working in mental health services in Scotland.
If you have something that might be of interest to members and would like to write a future blog then please contact Angela Currie. Our Chair will have the final say on which ones we publish.
A busy year ahead
Matthew James, RCPsych in Scotland Policy Officer, provides an overview of some of the upcoming policy priorities for the College in Scotland.RCPsych in Scotland
RCPsych in Scotland Winter Meeting January 2023
RCPsych in Scotland Co-ordinator, Angela Currie, takes the opportunity to highlight the face to face Winter conference taking place in Glasgow next week.RCPsych in Scotland
CESR Fellowship in Psychiatry: First for Scotland
In this month's guest blog, Dr Priti Singh gives an overview of the first ever sponsored CESR Fellowship programme in Scotland.RCPsych in Scotland
Scottish Mental Health Law Review Final Report
In this month's guest blog, Dr Roger Smyth, Chair of the Legislative Oversight Forum provides an overview of the final report and requests comments from the membership.RCPsych in Scotland
RCPsych in Scotland Autumn Zoom Meeting
In this months guest blog, our Meetings Secretary, Dr Adam Daly, gives us an overview of what we can expect at the upcoming Autumn conference.RCPsych in Scotland
Has it been a year?
Linda Findlay reflects on her first year as Chair of the RCPsych in Scotland.Dr Linda Findlay
To the highest of standards
Dr Pavan Srireddy shares how the RCPsych in Scotland, alongside the College’s National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, are helping to develop quality standards for secondary adult mental health care ...RCPsych in Scotland
A climate of change
The Sustainability Champion for the Royal College of Psychiatrists in Scotland and Chair of our new Climate Emergency and Sustainability Working Group, Joanna Bredski, details the critical role our members ...RCPsych in Scotland