Practitioner Health Programme
Supporting The Health of Health Professionals
The PHP1 Team
Where is PHP ?
Useful documents and evidence base
Your Health Concerns
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Addiction – web links
Bereavement – Web links
Career guidance & Mentoring
Financial – web links
Professional Resources – web links
Regulator – web links
Resources for Doctors in difficulty
Royal Colleges and postgraduate deans…
Stress – web links
What can we offer ?
FAQ – Patients
Friends & Family FAQ
Employers and Referrers FAQ
Creating a Healthier NHS
‘You feel you’ve been bad, not ill’: Sick doctors’ experiences of interactions with the General Medical Council
Something is profoundly wrong with the NHS today
Suspended Doctors Group at the Practitioner Health Programme
Lessons from “the other side”: teaching and learning from doctors’ illness narratives
Time to Think
GMC is “traumatising” unwell doctors and may be undermining patient safety, Gerada says
NHS Practitioner Health Programme Five Year Report
Practitioner Health Programme Five Year Event
Dealing With Workplace Disputes
Doctors’ Health and Wellbeing: Depression in Surgeons
When Doctors Become Patients
Doctors and Mental Health Survey
What it’s like to take and withdraw from Morphine
The Professional Path to Recovery
Conference on Doctor’s Health to be hosted by The Royal Society of Medicine on 12 November 2013
Important news regarding our email address
We have been shortlisted for the BMJ Mental Health Team of the Year award 2013
GP’s in Brighton and Hove can now self refer
London Practitioner Health Programme – the 3 Year Report
PHP endorsed as a “crucial service” by JMCC, BMA, NCAS, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and defence organisations
Your Health Concerns
Managing Specific Conditions:
Cognitive behaviour therapy
NHS Choices Health News
Could watching action films make you fat?
Brain can be ‘retrained’ to prefer healthy foods
Heart failure drug could 'cut deaths by a fifth'
Students 'showing signs of phone addiction'
Study finds plain cigarette pack fears 'unfounded'
Claims magnetic brain stimulation helps memory
Tomato-rich diet 'reduces prostate cancer risk'
Depression therapy aids other cancer symptoms
For confidential advice
please contact 020 3049 4505
For any administrative query
please contact 020 3049 4504
Click here to email us
Other Support & Out of Hours
Sick Doctors Trust (For those with dependency problems) 0370 444 5163
BMA Doctors for Doctors 08459 200 169
Doctors Support line 0844 395 3010 (Evening Telephone Service)
The Dentists' Health Support Programme 020 7224 4671
British Doctors and Dentists Group (for those with a dependency problem) 0779 2819 966
NHS-Direct 0845 46 47
Samaritans 08457 90 90 90
(Consultation service covering London and KSS Deaneries) 0208 938 2411
British Doctors and Dentists Family Support Group 07 818 475 825
Whistleblowing Hotline for NHS staff 08000 724725
020 7096 5001
Professional Support Unit
You can always ring your general practitioner out of hours service if you are in need of urgent care.
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