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We are very pleased to confirm that the 2023 RCPsych International Congress will return as a face-to-face event, taking place at the ACC Liverpool between Monday 10 – Thursday 13 ...
For International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2022, we invited Dr Elohor Ijete, currently completing FY3 year in forensic psychiatry, to write about non-visible disabilities.
Dr Claire Hilton, the College's Historian in Residence and Prof Edgar Jones discuss the temporary disappearance of famous crime writer Agatha Christie in 1926.
In this month's guest blog, Dr Priti Singh gives an overview of the first ever sponsored CESR Fellowship programme in Scotland.
In his November blog post Adrian discusses the Autumn Statement, assisted dying, and looks ahead to the Special Meeting next week.
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.
Dr Howard Ryland discusses the role eLearning can play in supporting your CPD alongside other learning techniques.
Dr Samira Malik explains why being able to dedicate a day per week to a special interest during Higher Training is so valuable.
Professor Marius Turda, who has loaned the RCPsych the exhibition "We Are Not Alone": Legacies of Eugenics, discusses the complicated relationship between eugenics and psychiatry during the first half of ...
Dr Raka Maitra, who took a career break and returned to Higher Training, discusses the benefits of a break, and the importance of returning.
Dr Marcin Ostrowski began training as a GP then switched to psychiatry and says it was the best decision of his life.