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Wendy looks back on an amazing Congress and a ‘terrifying’ first
year as President.
Four days, 2,700 delegates, hundreds of talks, events and
networking opportunities. Catch up on the highlights.
We're influencing Government policy regarding children and young
people's mental health services.
Our Psychiatric Training Committee has published a new report
that makes trainee safeguarding recommendations.
Researchers are launching a huge study, and
would like your help to recruit participants.
Dr Jamie Richardson has spent the last year working as one of
two of the College’s Sustainability scholars.
Find out about the special 30% discount we’re offering members
till 30 September.
Please check the website regularly for current posts.
assessors - AACs
Neuropsychiatry Annual Conference, 13-14 September 2018 |
Faculty of General
Adult Psychiatry Annual Conference, 11-12 October 2018 |
Millennium Gloucester Hotel London Kensington
15 minute CBT for
use in clinical teams: a Five Areas Approach, 22 October 2018 |
Psychotherapy Seminar Series, 8 November 2018 | RCPsych, London
Spirituality & Psychiatry SIG Meeting: Music,
Spirituality and Mental Health Care, 9 November 2018 | RCPsych,
Working with Long
Term Physical Illness & Medically Unexplained Symptoms, 26
November 2018 | RCPsych, London
ECT Team Day, 29
November 2018 | RCPsych, London
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The 2018 Elections for Faculties, Divisions, International
Divisions and the Psychiatric Trainees Committee took place at the
College’s AGM on 25 June. The results are now available.
In the past month, the College has published the following
Reports and Position Statements:
asked questions (FAQs) on the use of sections 135 and 136 of the
Mental Health Act 1983 (England and Wales)
PS03/18 - Supporting the
mental health and wellbeing of psychiatrists (PDF)
The Neuroscience Project is excited to announce that the Gatsby
Foundation and the Wellcome Trust have awarded the College new
funding to continue this initiative for a further three years
through to July 2021. The support will enable a range of activities
that will underpin the implementation of the new Syllabus for the
MRCPsych examination and ensure that the teaching and learning of
modern neuroscience becomes a core component of psychiatric
training into the future. Look out for further announcements with
details of these activities in the coming weeks.
The College recognises that applications for CESR require a lot
of preparation and can seem quite daunting. Here is the first in a
series of articles aimed at helping doctors planning to engage in
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