At the College's Autumn meeting in 1984, a joint British Psychological Society (BPS)/Royal College of Psychiatrists Conference took place on the theme ‘Psychiatrists and Psychologists—Co-operation or Confrontation’. This was reported in the Bulletins of the College (June 1985) and of the BPS. It was generally agreed to have been a success, but perhaps at the price of being over-polite. A ‘more focused and hard hitting’ meeting was suggested for the future.
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