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RCPsych in Scotland

Welcome to the RCPsych in Scotland. We have around 1195 Members, Fellows, Affiliates and Pre-Membership Trainees and an administrative office located in Edinburgh. Contact information


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News and Events

Research Prize 2018

We are now accepting submissions for the 2018 RCPsych in Scotland Research Prize. A prize of £500 is available, to be presented at the Autumn Meeting on 21st September 2018. Find out more about this prize and how to apply.


Vacant Posts - Regional Advisor and Deputy Regional Advisor for North Scotland

We currently have vacancies for a Regional Advisor and a Deputy Regional Advisor in Scotland North.  Read the job descriptions and details of how to apply.


Applications can be sent by email to


Submit a brief C.V and a covering email or letter highlighting relevant experience.   The closing date for applications is 1 June 2018.


Chair's Update

Read the update for members from Chair, Dr John Crichton.


RCPsych in Scotland Elections

Dr John Crichton has been announced as the new Chair of the RCPsych in Scotland. Find out more about the new Chair.

Dr Linda Findlay has been announced as the new Vice Chair.


Scottish Mental Health Partnership

Chaired by Dr Alastair Cook, the Partnership provides a collective, strategic voice for organisations with an interest in mental health in Scotland. They have recently published a special briefing paper for the upcoming mental health strategy.


RCPsych in Scotland Guest Blog Spot

The aim of the blog is to inform people about the work the College undertakes in Scotland and to highlight the different activities our members are involved in.

If you have something that you feel might be of interest to members and would like to write a future guest blog then please contact  Angela Currie at the RCPsych in Scotland.


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