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Welcome to the Doctors Support Network


'As doctors we are used to supporting patients' health and well being, but we often neglect our own. Doctors have among the highest rate of mental health problems of any profession, but often feel isolated and unsupported.


The Doctors' Support Network aims to provide support, reduce stigma, and campaign for better services for doctors with a range of mental health problems.'

At a glance...

Here’s what we are currently up to at The Doctors’ Support Network:

High Profile Support from a doctor you just might know...

The popular TV panellist and comedian, Dr Phil Hammond, become a patron of the Doctors’ Support Network in 2011.  If you would like to know more about what this means for us, please contact us via the appropriate tab above.

Since October 2011
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Anxiety is a major issue for many of us; please sponsor Tim as he raises money for Anxiety UK

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