The murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and many others has contributed to the growing success of the continuing Black Lives Matter movement. The ongoing battles of the Black community and allies, requires action from wider society to make substantial progress. We must all play our part to bring about the systemic change that needs to happen. With that in mind, we have compiled a list of resources that we hope will offer useful information on Black Minds Matter.

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We are Medics4Medics

We are UCL medical students, committed to creating a peer based mental health support community.
We run fortnightly events on a range of topics about wellbeing and mental health.
We open discussions around wellbeing and mental health in doctors and medical students.
We listen, understand and help you navigate the support services available.

Myth Buster

“If I tell my medical school that I have a mental health condition, I will automatically be referred to a fitness to practise committee.”

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The GMC says:
This should not be the case. If you engage with your medical school and ask for support and follow the advice given, then there will be no need for a fitness to practise committee to be involved.