Being a doctor for doctors
MIGA Doctors’ Health e-book
An educational tool on health and wellbeing to assist doctors and medical students.
MIPS Online education On demand webinars
On demand webinars on a range of topics
MIPS wellbeing member support
MIPS resources for health and wellbeing. Members only
MDA National – Library
Find resources to support your insurance journey. Browse by topic, specialty or content type.
MDA National – Members support services and resources
Peer support resources and professional services to support members during a medico-legal matter.
Avant mutual – Learning Centre
Insights from the medical claims front line. Browse by topic or media type.
Avant mutual – Doctors’ Health and Wellbeing
The resources include health and wellbeing information and support and advice
Keeping Your Grass Greener
A guide prepared by the Australian Medical Students’ Association to help medical students maintain their health and well-being during their time at medical school.
When the Cowpat Hits the Windmill
The National Rural Health Student Network’s guide to staying mentally fit.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away
A health and wellbeing guide for junior doctors developed by the Postgraduate Medical Education Council of Tasmania.
GP Support Program
A service offered by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners for GPs.
Australasian Doctors’ Health Network
A website that provides resources for doctors and medical students, and for families and colleagues of doctors in Australia and New Zealand.
Keeping the Doctor Alive
Guidebook for medical practitioners that covers coping strategies, lifestyle balance, boundary issues, management skills, personal support, medical support and peer support.
1300 2246 36
1800 18 SANE (7263)
Black Dog Institute
CALM (Computer Assisted Learning for the Mind)
Safe Hours Fatigue Risk Assessment
The Australian Medical Association’s fatigue risk assessment tool that enables doctors to track their work, on-call, recreational and sleeping hours over a week, and determine whether their work arrangements are risking serious fatigue.
The Australian Medical Association’s fatigue risk assessment tool enables doctors to track their work, on-call, recreational and sleeping hours over a week, and determine whether their work arrangements are risking serious fatigue.