External Links To More Support
A local coaching/mentoring network within East Anglia and Essex, to support doctors who feel they might benefit from some time to reflect on issues that they face that may impact on their work and life – ranging from skills and performance to more developmental areas.
BMA Your Wellbeing: https://www.bma.org.uk/advice/work-life-support/your-wellbeing
Confidential, free of charge and open 24/7 to all doctors and medical students.
British Doctors and Dentists Group: http://www.bddg.org
A mutual/self-help group of doctors and dentists who are recovering from chemical addiction.
Doctors Help: https://www.doctorshelp.org.uk
Support from five independent charities for doctors and their families when they need confidential financial assistance.
Doctors’ Support Network: https://www.dsn.org.uk/home
A registered charity peer support group for doctors and medical students with mental health concerns.
GPHealth Service: https://gphealth.nhs.uk
A confidential NHS service for GPs and GP trainees with issues relating to a mental health concern, including stress or depression, or an addiction problem, in particular where these might affect work.
Practitioner Health: https://www.practitionerhealth.nhs.uk
A free, confidential NHS service for doctors and dentists across England with mental illness and additction problems, who are working or looking to return to clinical practice.
Royal Medical Benevolent Fund: https://rmbf.org
A registered UK charity that relies on voluntary donations to provide financial support for doctors and their families.
Sick Doctors Trust: http://sick-doctors-trust.co.uk
An independent, confidential helpline and advisory service available 24 hours a day to help others who find themselves in difficulty as a result of alcohol or drug use.
The Cameron Fund: https://www.cameronfund.org.uk
The GPs’ own charity and the only medical benevolent charity which solely supports general practitioners and their dependents in times of financial need, whether through ill-health, disability, death or loss of employment.
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