QDHP Resources

Would you like more info on QDHP for your unit or common room? See our downloadable Who We Are PDF A3 or Who We are PDF A4

Do you have your own GP? Check out our top tips on Choosing a GP

Read our article published in AMAQ DrQ Magazine September 2019 Connecting with Compassion, not a ‘corridor consultation’

Wondering how to juggle work in medicine and life outside? Take a look at our Six Steps to Thriving in Medicine


DRS4DRS has been developed by the medical profession for the medical profession. Through our network of doctors’ health advisory and referral services, we offer an independent, safe, supportive and confidential service. DRS4DRS promotes the health and wellbeing of doctors and medical students across Australia. We’re here to help you find the support you need – online resources, referral services and importantly for wellbeing, we’ll help you find a GP.


Other Resources

There is a wide range of resources available for doctors and medical students, their families and employers.

These resources are unaffiliated to the Queensland Doctors’ Health Programme.

For all doctors

Medical Indemnity Providers

Other resources

  • AMA: The Australian Medical Association (AMA) is a membership organisation representing registered medical practitioners and medical students of Australia.
  • AMA Queensland: QLD based membership organisation providing support, leadership, promotion and advocacy for the advancement of the medical profession in Queensland at all stages of their career.
  • Beyondblue’s Health Services Program: The aim of the Health Services Program is to address the prevalence of anxiety, depression and suicide in staff working in health services across Australia.
  • ANZCA Wellbeing Special Interest Group:  Promote the personal and psychological well-being of anaesthetists and pain medicine practitioners and to heighten awareness of welfare issues in anaesthetists.
  • RACGP Support Program: The GP Support Program is a free service offered by the RACGP in line with the college’s commitment to foster a culture of self care amongst general practitioners. It is available to all Australian RACGP members who are registered medical practitioners, regardless of where you live or work. Members can access professional advice to help cope with life’s stressors which may include personal and work related issues that can impact on their wellbeing, work performance, safety, workplace morale and psychological health.
  • ACRRM Support: A range of resources to support registrars from the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine.
  • Medi-Nav: A QLD Health initiative to help you to compare specialites
  • Medical Career Planning: Career counselling for doctors and medical students. Available one on one or via a self paced online course.

Australian Doctors in Recovery: A doctors’ mutual support group in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other substances.

PEER SUPPORT: a brief guide The aim of this document is to provide information about the nature of peer support. It will aid those setting up peer support whether for groups or individuals.