Podcasts

 

Listen to our RCPsych podcasts.

You can listen to individual podcasts by clicking on the 'Listen now' links below. You can also follow us on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, and Spotify.

Did you know you can earn CPD points by completing eLearning after listening to some of our podcasts? Use the Filter menu below to see all of the individual podcasts which link to CPD Online.

Women and autism

31 March 2021

What is it like to be diagnosed with autism later on in your adult life? Two women describe their experience with autism, from misdiagnosis to social expectations and camouflaging. We ...

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Self-harm in adolescents

30 March 2021

Dr Alison Wood, Dr Gemma Trainor and Dr Justine Rothwell talk to Dr Jennifer Powell about the ways to approach the assessment and treatment of young people who self-harm.

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The impact of COVID-19 on maternal mental health

25 March 2021

Dr Liz Rose and Dr Mano Manoharan talk to Dr Jennifer Powell about the effect of the pandemic on maternal mental health.

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25 Women; Celebrating Women in Psychiatry

04 March 2021

Members of the 25 Women project steering group discuss the progress made for and by women in psychiatry and the challenges that many have overcome.

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Binge Eating Disorder in Young Men and Anorexia During Pregnancy

01 March 2021

A young man discusses his binge eating disorder and a mother tells us about her experience of anorexia nervosa during pregnancy.

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How Can We Make Mental Health Services Better For LGBT People?

08 February 2021

How can we take positive and practical steps to make mental health services better for the LGBT+ community?

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Preventing sexual harm on mental health wards

01 February 2021

Dr Amar Shah and Rachel Luby discuss the statistics, safety and stigma surrounding sexual harm and talk about the next steps needed to improve sexual safety in inpatient settings.

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Talking about invisible disabilities: underrepresentation, stigma and how we can do better

03 December 2020

To mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Dr Ken Courtenay and Dr Eleanor Brewster discuss what we can do as a society to create a world that is more ...

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The psychology and psychiatry of pandemics

02 December 2020

Dr Raj Persaud talks to Professor Steven Taylor about his recently published book offering a comprehensive analysis of the psychology of pandemics.

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The psychology of coping with quarantine

01 December 2020

Professor Neil Greenberg talks to Dr Raj Persaud about how to cope with quarantine and the surprising findings of the latest psychological research on the mental effects of quarantine.

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