• What was it like to be on a psychiatric ward during the pandemic?

    26 August 2020

    A unique insight into what it was like to work and be a patient on a psychiatric ward during the COVID-19 pandemic. We hear four personal accounts from Dr Roopak Khara, ...

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  • South Asian History Month Podcast

    16 July 2020

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists is joined by Professor Alka Ahuja, Professor Dinesh Bhugra, Doctor Amrita Varanasi and Doctor Ananta Dave, who are telling their personal stories for South Asian ...

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  • COVID-19 and drug use

    29 May 2020

    This is an audio resource for patients and carers providing information about reducing the harm of drug use during the pandemic.

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  • COVID-19 and self harm and suicide in young people

    20 May 2020

    This is an audio resource for parents and carers of young people, providing information self harm and suicide during the pandemic.

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  • Coping with anxiety and OCD during COVID-19

    07 April 2020

    Two psychiatrists – Dr Jon Goldin and Professor Neil Greenberg – reflect on how we can support both ourselves, and children and young people, through this difficult time.

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  • LGBTQ History Month: From a Psychiatrist and Service User

    27 February 2020

    To commemorate LGBT History Month RCPsych interviewed a psychiatrist and a service user, both in the LGBT Community, on mental health, education and gender identity.

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  • The right way to stop psychiatric medication, with Professor David Taylor

    16 July 2019

    Raj Persaud talks to Professor David Taylor after his keynote talk at the 2019 RCPsych Congress about the right and wrong ways to discontinue psychiatric medication. He explains why antidepressant ...

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  • Did Sir Winston Churchill suffer from the 'black dog'? with Dr Anthony Daniels

    10 May 2019

    In 1969, psychiatrist Anthony Storr published an essay that established very firmly in the public imagination that Sir Winston Churchill suffered from recurrent attacks of severe depression, which he termed ...

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  • Freedom of choice: are we really free? with Professor Cass Sunstein

    10 May 2019

    In his 2019 book ‘On Freedom’, Professor Cass Sunstein invites us to rethink the way we consider freedom of choice as a concept. Are we truly free to make our ...

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  • BJPsych Advances Podcast Boundary Violations November 2018

    20 March 2019

    Boundary violations in therapy: the patient’s experience of harm Dr John Hook and Dr Dawn Devereux speak with Dr Aastha Sharma on the subject of their recent article published in the ...

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