A perfect storm

"The statistics on doctor suicide are horrifying… and doctors-in-training are particularly susceptible."#MentalHealth#crazysocks4docshttps://t.co/169YDALwv3 — Steve Robson (@DrSteveRobson) November 9, 2018


Questions about grief

Trigger warning : content describing suicide and mental health issues'Many people are afraid of suicide and don’t have a language to talk about it" Lets talk about it, lets not be afraid any more. or at least lets try. together#crazysocks4docs #MH4Docs https://t.co/t2gzXIs280 — Minh Le Cong (@ketaminh) May 26, 2018


Time to cry and reflect. True story, not fictionalised

Doctors’ wellbeing: learning from Richard’s death … Dr Kate Harding writes in #MJAInSight … "Colleagues are hit hard by the loss of a doctor … to #suicide … remorse and guilt that I feel as Richard’s wife are felt by his friends & workmates too https://t.co/DH5HX1tJta pic.twitter.com/yZl9OV6bjg — MJA (@theMJA) May 13, 2018


How to remain a doctor?

Heart-rending stuff. "What I am pondering is how to remain in medicine. The fear of a complaint looms large, given the consequences for my husband, one of the best doctors I have known. How to remain a doctor, when I couldn’t even keep my husband alive?"https://t.co/4bIxqYbxyM — Rachel Clarke (@doctor_oxford) February 24, 2018


2017 NSW Health response to doctor suicides

Glad to see @NSWHealth publishing this plan – I look forward to the proposed changes being adopted, particularly around safe work hrs, unrostered overtime and fair parental leave despite 👍🏼 https://t.co/tGmvJJy9xN #MH4Docs #JMOWellbeingPlan #juniordoctors — Dr Kate (@drkateblog) November 17, 2017 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js