The Psychiatry Section’s purpose is for the study and promotion of knowledge in all that relates to psychiatry.
The RSM Psychiatry Section has a new in-conversation webinar series with psychology professionals from across many different areas of sectors.
This webinar series bridges the gap between mental health specialists and education professionals in order to better understand how to provide thoughtful and informed care for children and young people. It explores the perspective of teachers, health professionals, policy-makers and the children and parents themselves. This series will explore the evidence-base for school-based interventions, the potential challenges and how to make positive change happen.
£750 and £100
Thursday 4 March 2021
Juniors (excluding consultants or senior academic staff)
This prize is to be awarded for the most outstanding published paper reporting original research work by the principal author in the last year.
Entries should consist of a covering letter explaining, the significance of the publication and attachments of:
- The published article or the article and a letter of acceptance from the publisher
- A short CV of the applicant
- First prize: A year's membership to the RSM and a cash prize for outstanding contributions.
Sunday 12 July 2020
Medical students, foundation and specialist trainees.
Submissions should consist of an abstract of no more than 300 words and an essay of no more than 3000 words of an anonymised case history or series, a research report, an essay or elective report; reflecting your experience and interests in psychiatry. Submissions should be accompanied with a summary CV and a covering letter. Your career stage will be taken into consideration when judging.
For professionals with a medical, dental or veterinary qualification recognised by GMC, GDC or RCVS.
For professionals working in the healthcare sector or with an interest in healthcare issues and do not qualify for a Fellow membership.
For students studying medicine, dentistry or an undergraduate qualification in a healthcare-related subject, in the UK or overseas.