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Articles tagged with "Doctor as patient"

Psychiatrists Support Service, Royal College of Psychiatrists

What is the PSS, where is it based and how can it help?

Stress: What can you do about it?

What makes a doctor stressed and what can he or she do about it?

The British Doctors and Dentists Group

What is the BDDG and how can they help doctors with alcohol dependency and other substance abuse?

Managing stress as a doctor

Dr Michael Peters, Medical Director of the Doctors for Doctors Unit at the BMA, explores how doctors experience stress, recognising the signs of burnout and talks about how to effectively manage stress.

Mental health - barriers to doctors' own care

The Department of Health has sought to address the needs of doctors with mental illness in its 2008 report, highlighting how the NHS can improve to better manage mental ill health in doctors.

Doctors as patients: case study - cancer

Dr Sarah Burnett tells of being both doctor and patient - a personal reflection on her experience of breast cancer.

Confidential Support and Advice for Surgeons (CSAS)

Clare Wynn-Mackenzie describes the service from the Royal College of Surgeon's of England.

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