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BMA Wellbeing Support Service

The BMA Wellbeing Support Service ​​​​​is confidential, free of charge and open to all doctors and medical students. Call 0330 123 1245 and you will have the choice of speaking to a counsellor or taking the details of a doctor who you can contact for peer support.

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