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A selection of articles and programmes from October
2013 that mention the Royal College of Psychiatrists or its
publications, promote research published in one of the College's
journals, or quote the College's media experts and
The College press office put forward Dr Paul
Blenkiron and Dr Phil Timms to comment on the Reading Well: Books
on Prescription scheme.
College President Professor Sue Bailey speaks
to Chemist and Druggist following the publication of Lethal
Discrimination, a report published by Rethink Mental Illness
in partnership with the College.
Are you on the pills? The prescription drugs that are as addictive
With comment from Dr Owen Bowden-Jones, Chair
of the College's Faculty of Addictions Psychiatry.
Article about the RCPsych and Centre for
Mental Health joint report – including quote from College President
Professor Sue Bailey.
College media spokeperson Dr Paul Blenkiron
gives his expert comment.
Picks up on new British Journal of
Psychiatry paper press released by the College.
Quotes College President Professor Sue
BBC Radio Manchester revealed new statistics
showing the Greater Manchester area has the second highest
drink-driving rates among over 50s in the UK. Dr Tony Rao, Chair of
the RCPsych’s Older Person and Substance Misuse Working Group,
joined the discussion about alcohol and older people.
Craddock and Professor Tim Kendall comment on the use of
‘autosuggestion’ to treat depression.
College President Professor
Sue Bailey joined a discussion about Facebook allowing beheading
clips to be shown on their website.
Mental Health Today
Times (£) and
Dr Liz McDonald, Chair of the Perinatal
Section, joined a discussion about postnatal depression.
Left-handed ‘face schizophrenia
College Treasurer Professor Nick Craddock
comments on the American research.
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