The British Medical Association
Confidential, nationwide, non-stop advice and counselling for doctors and medical students.
Talk through any issues which may be worrying you in total privacy, confident that you are getting the best possible support.
Get real life advice on coping with the difficult situations you may encounter as a new or trainee doctor.
Our guide helps you set up your buddy scheme network to make your course even more enjoyable and manageable.
Many doctors find it hard to acknowledge their own health issues and put off seeking help.
Read these useful tips on what to look out for
When Megan Hume was diagnosed with cancer tantalisingly close to the end of her foundation year 1, she thought she would turn to her Oxford handbooks.
Read what she learnt about being a patient instead
The EAPH is a network of groups and individuals concerned with doctors' health - communicating and working together.
Find out about the EAPH
25 to 27 October 2012, Montreal
Colleagues around the world came together to catch up on the latest research, share inspired thinking and build leadership skills. We were there to bring you news, interviews and blogs, direct from the conference.
See what happened at the conference
Don't let your health suffer while you look after other people.
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The GMC has commissioned us to run a pilot service for one year, offering support to doctors facing 'fitness to practice' cases.
Find out more about this free, confidential service.
Doctor support service
Find links to websites with helpful tools, calculators and guides.
Mental health conditions
Health and fitness
See a full list of websites which offer help and advice for doctors in difficulty.
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