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Self-compassion is essentially being as kind to yourself as you are to your best friend. So showing that same level of compassion and kindness to yourself as you would to a best friend.

Check my wellbeing

Perhaps you’d like to consider your own wellbeing?  Here is a link to a self-assessment that you can undertake for yourself: Check my wellbeing

Please browse and use the various help channels outlined below:

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Post Graduate medical Education - PGME

Reporting Inappropriate Behaviours – Click here

Report Issues Anonymously – Click here

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NHS England – Professional Support & Wellbeing Service (PSW)

Health Education England (HEE) is committed to enabling all postgraduate medical and dental trainees to maximise the opportunities available to them throughout their training.

Professional support resources, usually coordinated through a Professional Support Unit (PSU) or Professional support and Wellbeing Unit (PSWU) cover all of HEE’s regions. 

Website – heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/psw/psw-eoe

How to refer – heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/psw/how-refer

Managing stress and mental health at work

Guidance, case studies and help around managing your stress and mental health at work.

Website – www.hse.gov.uk/stress

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Maximus UK - Employer toolkit

The Access to Work Mental Health Support Service is funded by the Department for Work and Pensions and available to those at work who need support with mental health, coping skills and workplace adjustments.

Website – employability.maximusuk.co.uk

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NNUH Health and Wellbeing

NNUH WH&WB has a large range of support services and ideas on managing your wellbeing. This information can be found on the Trust Intranet.

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Norfolk Benevolent Medical Society

Financial Support for doctors and medical students in Norfolk.

Website – nbms.org.uk

NHS Practitioner Health

Available for Doctors, Dentists and Senior NHS Staff.

Practitioner Health is a free, confidential NHS primary care mental health and addiction service with expertise in treating health & care professionals.

Website – www.practitionerhealth.nhs.uk

BMA Helpline

The BMA Helpline (for doctors), call 01645 200169.