Support and wellbeing related articles

Wellbeing

Please find a selection of related articles below from our monthly publication Anaesthesia News plus the RCoA Bulletin and the BMJ.

2012
  • Returning to work after a prolonged period of absence - December 2012 in Trainee Updates. read »
  • Returning to work the Wessex way - June 2012. read »
  • Creativity in anaesthetists - May 2012 pg 8. read »
  • Guidance for expectant anaesthetists - May 2012. read »
  • Childcare Vouchers: Important changes to entitlement for higher rate tax payers - Feb 2012. read »
  • Concerns of a first year core trainee - February 2012 pg 17. read »
2011
  • Bullying in the workplace - a personal experience, Bulletin of RCoA 70 2011; Nov:23-25. read »
  • Addiction and anaesthetists, Bulletin of RCoA 70 2011; Nov:53-56. read »
  • Getting the balance right – personal view of LTFT training - March 2011 p13. read »
  • Managing a crisis – the trainee with a drug or alcohol problem - March 2011 p18. read »
  • Pregnancy and Preparing for Maternity Leave, Bulletin of RCoA 66 2011; Mar:12-14. read »
  • Returning to Work Following Maternity Leave, Bulletin of RCoA 65 2011; Jan: 20-21. read »
  • Returning to Work – as a Disabled Anaesthetist, Bulletin of RCoA 66 2011; Mar: 26-28. read »
  • Returning to Work – a Personal View, Bulletin of RCoA 66 2011; Mar: 29 – 31. read »
2010
  • Drowning on call - December 2010 P15. read »
  • GAT On-call rooms (has a bit about fatigue) - August 2010 p 15. read »
  • On the edge of a black hole - June 2010 p20. read »
  • Work life balance (retirement) - June 2010 p13. read »
  • Returning to work following a major illness - May 2010 p 12. read »
  • Do you know a colleague who needs help?  - March 2010 p30. read »
  • GAT - A life less ordinary (the working mother) - February 2010 p11. read »
  • A salutary lesson (HepC ) - January 2010 p24. read »
  • How is your colleague today? - Jan 2010 p 22. read »
2009
  • Close encounters of the super-bug kind. anon trainee - September 2009 p 26. read »
Older
  • Helping Addicted Doctors, BMJ Careers, Sept 2006. (Please note, the Sick Doctors Trust helpline has now changed to 0370 444 5163) Read »