State of Mind Chair Malcolm Rae OBE, FRCN will celebrate his 70th birthday today
Malcolm Mcr Suicide Conference
Malcolm has extensive experience working in a range of Mental Health specialties. Former Director of Nursing in both Wigan and Salford. From 1997 until 2002 Nurse Advisor for Mental Health and Forensic Psychiatry at the Department of Health.

Malcolm then became the Joint Lead for the Acute Care Programme of the National Institute for Mental Health England (NIMHE) for eight years. He was an Independent Member of the Parole Board for seven years. Currently Malcolm is largely employed as an Independent Investigator into serious untoward incidents, in particular, suicide and homicides in both inpatient and community settings.

He is keen to ensure that the lessons learnt from tragic incidents are actually implemented. Malcolm was awarded the OBE in 1996 and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Nursing, an Honorary Fellow of the University of Central Lancashire and the first Fellow of the National Association of Psychiatric Intensive Care Units (NAPICU). Malcolm was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Leadership in Nursing by the Journal Of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

All at State of Mind would like to wish Malcolm a fantastic day, an outstanding man doing amazing things throughout his career