Publications: Copyright and Permissions
All content published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists is
protected by copyright. This includes journals, items from
RCPsych Publications (books and multimedia), CPD Online, Trainees
Online, public education materials (patient leaflets) and all of
our website content.
Should you wish to reproduce any of this
content, we are usually happy to give permission, though in many
cases we will charge a fee.
To seek permission:
For all permissions, including commercial and
non-commercial republications, please see the 'Use of Journal and Book content' page and use
the PLS Clear search box.
Permission requests for anything on the
College website - including leaflets (Public Education material),
College Reports, Position Statements and Occasional Papers -
should be sent to: email@example.com
Please include details of the content you wish
to use and the manner in which it is to be used.
We do not grant permission for any College
leaflets to be reproduced on other
Requests for journal article reprints should
be emailed to the
Director of Publications and eLearning.
Notes for authors
Users of the content may make brief quotations
(100 words) on condition that attribution to the author(s), the
title of the work, citation and DOI (for journals) is
Users of subscription-only journal content may
make single print copies of an article for personal use.
Librarian and institutional subscribers may
use the journal content according to the Institutional Subscriber License Agreement
Users may not,
without permission: alter, recompile, systematically copy, resell,
redistribute or republish (beyond the brief quotations permitted)
For any other enquiries, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org