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Living in greener areas reduces chance of depression in over 65s

11Jun
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New Fellows' Ceremony

07Jun

by RCPsych Press Office

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Top psychiatrists awarded in Queen's birthday honours

07Jun

by RCPsych Press Office

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RCPsych releases Annual Report 2018

07Jun

by RCPsych Press Office

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RCPsych calls on NICE to update its antidepressant withdrawal advice

29May

by RCPsych Press Office

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College deplores abuse scenes

25May

by RCPsych Press Office

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Early interventions needed to save lives of young adults with eating disorders

20May

by RCPsych Press Office

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Probation service to be re-nationalised

16May
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New tools to tackle inequalities in mental health care by involving patients in service design

09May
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RCPsych 2019 ceremony for newly elected Fellows

25Apr

by RCPsych Press Office

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Psychiatrists should consider impact of social media on all children they assess, leading medical body says for first time

30Mar

by RCPsych Press Office

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Drug companies must provide more vegan-friendly treatments for eating disorder patients, charities and union say

20Mar

by RCPsych Press Office

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RCPsych appoints new Chief Examiner

21Feb

by RCPsych Web team

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Our response to the NHS Staff & Learners' Mental Wellbeing Commission Report

20Feb

by RCPsych Press Office

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Mental health claimants more than twice as likely to lose their benefit than non-psychiatric claimant

23Jan

by RCPsych Press Office

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Government announces plan to scrap sentences of less than six months

15Jan

by RCPsych Press Office

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The Mental Health Policy Group responds to the NHS Long Term Plan

07Jan

by RCPsych Press Office

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Our response to the NHS Long Term Plan

07Jan

by RCPsych Press Office

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College publishes new strategic plan

02Jan

by RCPsych Web Team

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Top psychiatrists awarded New Year’s Honours

28Dec

by RCPsych Press Office

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