This page contains information about selected professional networks and support resources related to the welfare of doctors.
"This website is designed for doctors and students, and for families and colleagues of doctors in Australia and New Zealand. The site provides you with contact phone numbers for immediate help and support.
If you are a doctor or medical student, this site also provides you with resources for promoting the work of the doctors' health advisory service in your state or territory, for helping your colleagues and for your own self-care, which is an essential prerequisite for competent medical practice." - Dr Bill Pring, Acting Chair ADHN
Click this link or the image above to visit the Australian Doctor's Health Network http://www.adhn.org.au/
Find out more about the Doctors' Mental Health Program on the beyondblue website.
Mentally healthy workplaces work better for everyone, and Heads Up aims to give individuals and businesses free tools and resources to take action.
Created by doctors, for doctors - Doctors are human gives doctors a public space to share their experiences, find support and inspiration.
This website's mission is "to create a space where all doctors, from students to senior clinicians, can share their struggles and triumphs, their stories, opinions, poetry and other arts, so no-one feels alone. By doing so, we hope to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and hopefully help someone, maybe stop the next death. Who knows? In this forum we may come up with ideas that will ultimately improve our workplace regulations and culture."
The National Academy of Medicine will build a collaborative platform for supporting and improving clinician well-being and resilience across multiple organizations, including clinician and consumer groups as well as health care organizations and policy making bodies. This “action collaborative” will provide the venue for a set of collaborative activities, grounded in evidence-based knowledge, to (1) assess and understand the underlying causes of clinician burnout and suicide, and (2) advance solutions that reverse the trends in clinician stress, burnout, and suicide. Activities of the collaborative will include working meetings among participating groups, public workshops, and stakeholder engagement activities.
For more information visit: https://nam.edu/initiatives/clinician-resilience-and-well-being/