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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Meet Ros Ramsey

Specialist Advisor for the Psychiatrists’ Support Service

Ros RamsayRos Ramsey has recently been appointed Specialist Advisor for the Psychiatrists’ Support Service at the College. 

This is a free and confidential support and advice helpline for members, trainee members and associates.

Ros is working with Dr Adrian James, the Registrar, and other colleagues in the College who are working to engage and help develop psychiatrists in their working lives, offering support as needed.  The PSS aims to help psychiatrists through whatever situation is causing you difficulties. One of our goals is to see how with colleagues we may be able to offer more of an early intervention approach; too often at the moment it seems that psychiatrists come to us quite far into a difficult situation. We're keen to look at how we can become more accessible and welcome any feedback from you.  Please email Ros on

The service is available Monday to Friday, during office hours on 0207 245 0412.  There is more information about what we do on the College website, and we have a range of our own information guides on relevant topics.

We are also holding a one-day conference in London, on Thursday 19 October, suitable for doctors at all stages of their career. Through talks, workshops and debate, this conference aims to provide opportunities for delegates to review their work-life balance, with tips on making the best of new technology to save time, and ways of developing good working relationships and more. For more information and to book please visit the conference web page.

Whether you’re a member, associate or trainee, you are welcome to call us to discuss any issues that you may be encountering.  We look forward to hearing from you.


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