Time to say goodbye

It was interesting to read this month’s guest blog for the Royal College of Psychiatrists by the Chair of RCPsych Scotland, Professor John Crichton. The College has recently celebrated 25 … Continue reading Time to say goodbye

Time to say goodbye

It was interesting to read this month’s guest blog for the Royal College of Psychiatrists by the Chair of RCPsych Scotland, Professor John Crichton. The College has recently celebrated 25 … Continue reading Time to say goodbye

Communicating with a President

My uncle, Dr Guy Scott, was President of Zambia. When my uncle last visited Scotland we chatted awa as if there was no tomorrow. I have also communicated with a … Continue reading Communicating with a President

Developments on the PACE trial

The following News feature was published in the BMJ on the 22nd August 2018: This was also reported in the TIMES, 21 August 2018: In November 2015 Professor Sir Simon … Continue reading Developments on the PACE trial

Continuing Medical “Education”

To be revalidated by the General Medical Council all UK doctors have to evidence participation in Continuing Medical Education (CME). This is based upon an accredited system of Continuing Professional … Continue reading Continuing Medical “Education”

Latest Advances in Psychiatry

What follows is recent correspondence with the organisers of “Latest Advances in Psychiatry”. I can publicly share older correspondence if so wished. It is not dissimilar From: Gordon, Peter J Sent: 22 … Continue reading Latest Advances in Psychiatry

“Conservative prescribing”

This editorial, an opinion piece by Prof David Healy, was recently published in the BMJ. In this post I intend to explore the arguments made around whether “chemical imbalance” was … Continue reading “Conservative prescribing”