Referral forms are available on our “How to Refer” page.
Resources and External sources of support
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Gold Guide 8th Edition found here. A reference guide for UK postgraduate specialty training
Foundation Training Curriculum Guidance, supplementing the Gold Guide, found here
BME Specialty explorer bma.org.uk/advice/career/applying-for-training/sci59-medical-specialty-psychometric-test
Compare specialities: healthcareers.nhs.uk/explore-roles/compare-roles
Dentistry careers: rcseng.ac.uk/dental-faculties/fds/careers-in-dental-surgery
Pharmacy careers: Information from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society on entry requirentes and career specilisation including case studies found here. For career options available for pharmacists fact sheet which includes advice on changing sector from the Pharmacist Support Charity, see here.
Royal College of Surgeons in England: Careers Support
Medic Footprints: for considering leaving medicine
Coaching for Leadership and Excellence
Trainee curated Thames Valley Professional Support and Wellbeing Resources
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges offers a comprehensive list of local and national support resources including wellbeing here
Medic Support – Confidential Psychological Support Service for Trainees
This Psychology service is funded by HEETV and hosted by Oxford Health.
It offers cognitive behavioural therapy to help with work related stress, anxiety and depression.
Trainees can refer themselves directly and confidentially.
For more information on Medic Support services, please click here for the leaflet.
Contact them directly on Tel: 01865 901 000 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting Staff after the Death of a Child
This framework has been developed with the aim of providing support to bereaved parents who are health care staff after the death of a baby or child at any gestation or age. The framework is to support bereaved parents themselves, line managers, supervisors, and colleagues. It provides guidance for supporting staff in the immediate aftermath of the child/ren’s death and a framework for supporting a return to work. While it has been developed with the OUH and therefore some aspects are Trust-specific, there is much more which is widely relevant for all health care staff.
To download framework, click here