We have blog posts from our Chair, Policy team and from members of the College in Wales. Should you wish to submit an idea for a blog post, please contact Annie Fabian.
RCPsych Wales' Policy Attachment Lead, Darchana Patel, summarises RCPsych Wales' recent Tourette's Syndrome Learning Day which took place in-person at the All Nations Centre in Cardiff.
Medical student Eleanor Openshaw reflects on how Perinatal Mental Healthcare has changed in Wales as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
My current role as an ST5 in Forensic Psychiatry has demonstrated that there is a lack of general awareness and knowledge around mental health conditions in today’s society. I have ...
TECCymru - in collaboration with RCPsych Wales - held their first summer school for young people in Wales who are interested in healthcare and mental health.
There’s always a welcome in the hillside for writer and Ordnance Survey ambassador Rebecca Lees, who has learnt the importance of ‘making time’. In this blog she reflects on the ...
Ahead of a Senedd debate, Dr Amani Hassan explains the need for focus on Tourette's Syndrome in Wales.
For mental health awareness week (9 - 15 May), Melanie Owen reflects on her own experiences with loneliness and how to find support.
Professor Rob Poole 'From attending the local foodbank to not having enough money to cover your electricity bill – living in poverty can mean different things to different people'.
How is the College working with government to reshape mental health services as we look towards a post-Covid world?
Dr Joanne Wallace shares her reflections on the Wales National Mental Health Debate for Young People, which was co-hosted by RCPsych Wales, TEC Cymru and Literature Wales.