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


Update membership details The General and Community Faculty are looking at ways to improve communication with all our members. In particular, we want to make sure you only receive relevant emails. The College can send emails to those members who have both indicated an interest in a particular area and have registered an email address with the College.  We are therefore encouraging everyone to ensure that their user profile on the Royal College of Psychiatrists website is up to date. You will be asked for your username and password.


If you have forgotten your log in details you can ask for a reminder.


If you have not registered for the Members’ Area you will need to go here and follow the instructions to register. When you have logged in, please go to the Contact Details section and check that your email address and other contact details are up to date.


In order to indicate your subspecialties of interest, please go to the Professional Details section.

On the Professional Details page, select your specialty by clicking in the relevant checkbox. There is an additional subsection for General/Adult which can be accessed by clicking on the plus sign. You will then see a list of subspecialties, including in-patient care, CRHT, EIP, CMHT, day care, primary care liaison and Assertive Outreach. Select all those subspecialties relevant to your area of work by clicking on the description and then enter the number of clinical PAs for this subspecialty. Once you have indicated all the relevant subspecialties, click on the ‘Submit change of details’ submission button.


Just to repeat – this is not so that we can deluge you with emails, but so that we can ensure you do receive important items which are of interest and relevance to you. All the information you provide (including your email address) will remain confidential and will not be given to anyone else. Any messages we send will be in a format which does not allow anyone else to view your address. If you have any questions, email us. 



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