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.
Dr Maria Casserly talks about taking a nine year break, returning to medicine and the benefits of Higher Training.
Dr Deepak Moyal talks about his special interest in addictions, and the opportunities special interest days provide to learn competences and gain new experiences.
Dr Wamique Gajdhar talks about the challenges and advantages of having autism and ADHD as a trainee psychiatrist.
Dr Lauren Fitzmaurice talks about her special interest in e-learning, and provides tips for Core Trainees to prepare them for Higher Training.
Our series of blog posts sees leading child and adolescent psychiatrists conduct interviews between themselves to shine a light on their speciality. In this interview, Dr Jenny Price interviews Dr ...
Dr Anna Rebowska talks about life as a high flying neurodivergent psychiatrist and has suggestions for neurodivergent people interested in becoming psychiatrists.
Dr Eleanor Swift has spent her special interest days during ST6 exploring her passion for medical leadership and digital innovation.
For Black History Month, we hear from the College's CEO Paul Rees, who reflects on the challenges he and others have faced with racism, and the inspiring success stories which ...
Dr Gwen Collin discusses the study she's working on which could have a transformative effect on treatment for Parkinson's and Lewy Body Dementia patients.
Higher Trainee Dr Natalie Ashburner describes how being able to bring her baby to a meeting at the College during maternity leave re-ignited her passion for psychiatry and returning to ...
College President, Dr Lade Smith CBE, reviews a busy party political conference season and looks at how each party are addressing mental health.
For Black History Month, we hear from Isballe Gallier-Birt Olaniyan - one of the inaugural recipients of the Aggrey Burke Fellowship scheme. She talks about the intersection of mental health ...