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If you feel like you need further support for your wellbeing after completing this survey, you may find the following list of organisations or support services useful:

Vet Mind Matters aim to improve the mental health and wellbeing of veterinary professionals in the UK in new window) and have a neurodiversity hub in new window)

Samaritans help to provide connection and can discuss topics including mental health and issues in the workplace - in new window)

- You can self-refer for access to talking therapy through the NHS in new window)

Mind is a mental health charity that can provide information to support you or someone you know - in new window)

Student Minds is the UK’s student mental health charity, campaigning for and providing support to students - in new window)

Disabled Students UK is a student-led organisation working to make universities accountable to their disabled students and to disability law - in new window)

- The NUS Disabled Student Campaigners Network supports, organises and facilitates conversations on issues affecting disabled students - in new window)

- The BVCIS provides peer-led support and advice to veterinary staff who are living and working with all kinds of chronic illness - in new window)

Disability Rights UK influence regional and national change for better rights, accessibility, benefits, quality of life and economic opportunities for Disabled people - in new window)

Access to Work provide practical or financial support to help individuals with physical or mental health conditions or disability to get or stay in work - in new window)

Scope provide practical information and emotional support and campaign for disability quality in the UK - in new window)

ACAS provide free, impartial advice on workplace rights, rules and best practice to employees and employers - in new window)

Vetlife support the veterinary community and provide help on a range of topics, including finances and health issues - in new window)

ProfCon Investigation Support can assist when going through the RCVS Professional Conduct concerns process - in new window)

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