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The college were delighted this year when Her Majesty the Queen
announced that seven of our members were included in the 2018
New Year’s Honours List.
Dr Clive Meux, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Oxford Health
NHS Foundation Trust. For services to People with Mental Ill
Professor Tim Crow, Honorary Scientific Director, Prince of
Wales International Centre for SANE Research. For services to
Schizophrenia Research and Treatments.
Prof Ian Goodyer, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,
University of Cambridge. For services to Psychiatry Research.
Professor Sally-Ann Cooper, Professor of Learning Disabilities,
University of Glasgow. For services to Science and Medicine.
Dr Rohit Shankar, Consultant in Adult Developmental Psychiatry,
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. For services to People
with Learning Disabilities in Cornwall.
Dr Ben Goldacre, Senior Clinical Research Fellow at the Centre
for Evidence-Based Medicine, Nuffield Department of Primary Care
Health Sciences, is appointed MBE for services to Evidence in
Dr Sarah Stringer, Honorary Lecturer, King’s College London. For
services to Psychiatry and Equality in Mental Healthcare.
Professor Wendy Burn, President of the Royal College of
Psychiatrists said: “We all know that mental and physical health
are just as important but it’s not often that doctors specialising
in mental illness get the recognition they deserve. It’s fantastic
to see psychiatrists awarded for their life-saving work.”
Paul Rees, Chief Executive of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
said: “The Royal College of Psychiatrists fights tirelessly for
mental and physical health to be equally valued and respected.
“And while mental health has long been undervalued, these
honours are a clear sign that recognition of the important work
psychiatrists do is on the up.”
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