To enjoy full access to our continually updated website and take advantage of new content you must have an up-to-date subscription. Anyone take out a subscription, however, its target audience is psychiatrists for their continuing professional development (CPD).

If would like to try the site out first, you can register with the College and try our free modules or, if you are a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, you can log into the free modules straight away using the same username and password with which you access the members' area of the College website.

Please see the Subscribe page for more information on subscribing.

You need to log in with your college account details. To reset your password please do so on the College website.

For details on your current subscription, login and visit My account. Details of your subscription can be found in the My subscriptions tile.

Once you have completed a CPD eLearning module or podcast and achieved 100% in the end-of-module test, or watched a Congress webinar, your certificate will be automatically generated in your My learning account.

You can close the module, podcast or webinar once you have finished it and will be able to download your certificate as evidence of your CPD activity.  The certificate can take up to five minutes to be created. Once it has, you will receive an email and a notification in the top menu bar.

To access the certificate go to the My learning area and select the 'Awards' link in the blue navigation bar, then select 'My Awards'. Select the award from the list or search using the search bar. Select the certificate and then select 'Generate certificate' at the bottom of the pop-up window.  Your certificate will generate, and you can then download and save it.

For College members, the College Library and Information Service can undertake literature searches and offer free access to all articles and documents published by the College, as well as articles from many major psychiatric and international journals. Non-members also have access to articles from College journals. Contact Information Services.