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President Lade Smith explains how we need to put the patient-clinician relationship back at the heart of the mental health system.
Make the most of your trip to Congress this year, explore everything the City of Edinburgh has to offer and help us celebrate the history of RCPsych in Scotland
Welcome to this month’s blog post, in which the PMHIC research team introduce a new free module of learning content on health inequalities.
Top tips and everything you need to know before presenting at the International Congress in Edinburgh this year!
Dr Jane Morris, Chair of RCPsych in Scotland looks at the current state of affairs in mental health in Scottish higher education.
Dr Peter Carpenter discusses the government's plans to digitise and destroy the physical copies of wills more than 25 years old.
Scottish PTC Reps Ailsa Bruce and Ewan Mahony share key findings and recommendations from the trainee survey conducted in response to the RCPsych August 2023 publication of the "A Core ...
We are very pleased to confirm that the 2024 RCPsych International Congress will be returning to the wonderful city of Edinburgh, between Monday 17 – Thursday 20 June.
Dr Gordon Bates, the College's Historian in Residence discusses the role of RCPsych Historian in Residence.
In her first blog post of 2024, Lade talks about the Annual National Conference of the Indian Psychiatric Society that she attended this month, prescribing clozapine and much more.
Professor Cath Bright reflects on the importance of having LD psychiatrists as a part of the LD liaison teams.
Abstract submission for the 2024 International Congress is now open. Read through our submission guidance and top tips before submitting your abstract. There is only limited time remaining!