Tools for change
Links to useful websites with information about drug use, general and mental health conditions, as well as tools for dealing with issues such as stress, career support and promoting positive health behaviours.
How much do you know about your health? A collection of health quizzes, tools and calculators.
The government website offering information and help regarding problems at work including grievances, whistleblowing, mediation, discrimination, bullying and disciplinary procedures.
Comprehensive online physycian health and wellness resource.
A website that provides drug advice and information to young people and their families.
This website provides drugs professionals with the latest news and guidance from government about the Drug Strategy.
A website that offers guidance and practical help with management, leadership and career training issues.
The RST works in partnership with the Department of Health, GMC and designated bodies to deliver an effective system of revalidation for doctors in England.
The aim of this website is to be a reliable and comprehensive source of health and disease information, mainly aimed at the UK general public. However health professionals and people from outside the UK may also find Patient UK a useful resource. The PatientPlus section is likely to be of particular interest to health professionals.
A free online service providing the best available research on Occupational Medicine in an easy to read format for employees, employers, treaters and insurers.
This resource shows you new ways to approach wellbeing, through learning to harness your natural creativity. Explore over a hundred creative activities, together with insights into their wellbeing benefits.
The mental health section of the Royal College of Psychiatrist’s website is an excellent source of information; from fact sheets on specific mental health issues, and supporting someone with a mental health condition to training to become a mental health professional.
Information and advice from the GMC for doctors who have concerns about their own health.
External website links
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