The Royal College of Psychiatrists is offering the opportunity for four ST4-6 trainees to take part in a Parliamentary Scholar Programme. Visit the Help Centre to view information and guidance on using Portfolio Online The answer to many common queries can be found in the Popular Topics section.
You will be working closely with members of the House of Lords and RCPsych’s public affairs team to learn about Parliament and how to use your expertise in mental health to influence political debates and encourage evidence based policy making. There are also sections with information on the following: in the bottom right corner of each page to send us a message, this will allow you to include a screenshot that may help us to resolve your issue faster.
Lillibridge, Martin Abadi, Krishna Bharat, and Andrei Z.
Broder; and (2) Eran Reshef, Gili Raanan and Eilon Solan.
This way you can handle the validation of the response in your form submit handler. Unless you wanted to disable the submit button until the recaptcha was sucessful or such - in which case the above should work. We’re looking for up to four ST4-6 trainees drawn from the range of psychiatric subspecialties to use their special interest sessions to take advantage of what we hope will be a fascinating experience Further details and how to apply (PDF) Applicants are required to submit a CV and supporting statement (no more than one side of A4) to Kate Lovett, Dean. You can also email us directly on [email protected] We aim to respond to e-mail within one business day, over 65% of e-mails are responded to within 1 hour.Alternatively you can call us on 08 if you would prefer to speak to someone directly about your issue or if your enquiry is urgent. A CAPTCHA (a backronym for "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart") is a type of challenge-response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human.The most common type of CAPTCHA was first invented in 1997 by two groups working in parallel: (1) Mark D.