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RCPsych in Scotland


Use of Quetiapine in Borderline Personality Disorder

Thank you so much for completing this survey. We are interested in studying the use of Quetiapine in  the treatment of core symptoms of  Borderline Personality Disorder and would greatly appreciate your views on this. This survey will take less that 5 minutes to complete and all responses will be anonymous.

Dr B Abraham
ST6 in General Adult Psychiatry

Dr Neelom Sharma
Consultant Psychiatrist and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer

Psychiatry Trainee Consultation Exercise

Thank you for completing this survey.  It should take no longer than 5 to 10 minutes and your responses are confidential and anonymised.    The survey looks for your views about the undergraduate psychiatry teaching you received in order to improve medical school teaching, attitudes towards psychiatry and to help improve recruitment to the speciality.


RCPsych in Scotland is frequently asked by members and trainees to undertake surveys of the membership for research/audit purposes. Because of a spate of recent requests and the desire not to overload the website with surveys or members with mass emails or documents we have agreed it would be useful to have a clear policy on this.


The Officers have agreed that we would only conduct one survey in each quarter of the year. If we have more than one request at a time they will have to be spaced out in this way.


Any requests for surveys to be posted on the web must be done via e-mail stating the purpose of the survey. Requests will then be considered by the officers whose decisions will be final.




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