The HealthPathways WA General Practitioners’ Health pathway is available to support GPs. To further aid you during the pandemic, there is a range of support options available specifically for doctors: RACGP GP Support Program: a free and confidential 24/7 psychological support service. Call 1300 361 008. RACGP fact sheets: Self-care and mental health resources for general practitioners and Mental health in emergencies – Self-care for GPs and practice staff RACGP GP wellbeing resources GPMHSC resources and support for ongoing care of patients and self-care for GPs. DRS4DRS: Doctors and medical students can also access support 24/7 from senior GPs and counsellors via the website and the Victorian helpline: 03 9280 8712. DRS4DRS also have a series of five-minute guides on topics including compassion fatigue, burnout and many more. The Australian Medical Association Victoria’s Peer Support Service is available every day of the year from 8:00am to 10:00pm on 1300 853 338. The principle of the Peer Support Service is doctors supporting doctors and the service is available to all doctors and medical students in Victoria and Tasmania. You can remain anonymous and your call is confidential. Black Dog Institute’s Mental Health Community of Practice is running interactive online mental health sessions for GPs. Participants will have the opportunity to explore challenges faced in practice and provide peer support to others who may be experiencing similar issues. Participants must be members of the Black Dog Institute Mental Health Community of Practice but membership is free. Join here.