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These organisations may be able to offer support to doctors and medical students on a range of issues. Click a purple tag to find organisations for a specific issue, or browse the whole list using the arrows at the bottom of this page.

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Sick Doctors Trust

Who they help Doctors and medical students, and their families, suffering any degree of dependence on drugs and alcohol. Type of help provided Empathy and understanding to callers.  Arranging contact…

RCS Confidential Support & Advice Service

Who they help All surgeons and members of the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS). Type of help provided A surgeon-to-surgeon helpline for surgeons facing professional difficulties. The service offers a listening…

Medical Women’s Federation

Who they help Women doctors and women medical students. Type of help provided Advice, information, workshops, lectures and social programmes. How help is provided and by whom They update and…

Doctors’ Support Network

Who they help UK based doctors and medical students with mental health problems.  Problems may include stress, burnout, depression, manic depression, psychoses and eating disorders. Type of help provided Anonymous…

British Doctors and Dentists Group

Who they help Doctors and Dentists who are recovering, or wish to recover from addiction or to dependency on alcohol or other drugs Type of help provided Group meetings. How…

Sci59

Who they help Aimed at foundation 1 and 2 doctors but may also be of interest to newer trainees in specialties and to medical students to confirm career choices, or…