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​Autistic burnout explained

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‘Autistic burnout’ is the intense physical, mental or emotional exhaustion, often accompanied by a loss of skills, that some autistic adults experience. This article explains what autistic burnout feels like and what might cause it in the workplace.


​Compassionate Employers

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Terminal illness, caring for a loved one, and bereavement can affect anyone. Hospice UK's Compassionate Employers programme offers advice and support for organisations who want to look out for their employees during these difficult times.

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​You okay, Doc?

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In the last decade, there has been a rise in mental health issues for those working in healthcare. YOD aims to help doctors to feel able to seek support, speak freely about their mental health and be equipped to deal with the pressures of their job.