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Support for doctors

Updated 30 July 2019

If you do have concerns about your training, it is important that you contact either your educational or clinical supervisor immediately. This should be done in a formal setting.

If you are still not happy after having spoken to the educational or clinical supervisor, please contact the foundation training programme director or one of the district or clinical associate tutors.

There are also organisations which deal with doctors in personal trouble.

Support for Doctors and Dentists in Training (pdf, 252 KB)

Academy of Medical Royal Colleges: Support for doctors - www.aomrc.org.uk

The following are also available for listening, and can refer you to the Isis Centre, Little Clarendon Street, Oxford (run by Oxford Health).

Centre for Occupational Health and Wellbeing