Medscape has published several articles on Physician Burnout, Depression and Suicide in February 2015. A chat with Mike Myers contains much information and collates useful references from the service. Subscription (free) is required; well worth the effort!
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Suicide Safe application from SAMSHA
Physician Depression and Suicide Prevention Project
"Struggling in Silence" program information
Suicide Awareness Project information
American Medical Student Association (AMSA) Women in Medicine Depression Resource Guide
American Psychological Association APA HelpCenter
MDMentor, a website devoted to physician support with emphasis on litigation stress
NLM and NIH Medline Plus on Suicide and Depression--- a very comprehensive information source on many aspects
Suicide Prevention Resource Center, a federally funded organization which provides prevention support, training, and resource materials to strengthen suicide prevention networks. Though not aimed at physicians, it has a wealth of materials and useful links.
Preventing Suicide Network , another federally funded organization with information of particular relevance to physicians
Suicide Reference Library , a website whose mission is to provide information about suicide
Suicide and Mental Health Association International, an organization dedicated to suicide and mental health related issues with emphasis on prevention
eMedicine Depression and Anxiety Resource Center sponsored site containing links to many useful materials and references
Texas Medicine, Recognition of Potential for Suicide in physicians
Massachusetts Medical Society Vital Signs: Understanding Risk Factors for Physician Suicide
Depression and Suicide, a superb resource document well referenced by Dr. Mike Magee
MacArthur Initiative on Depression in Primary Care aimed at physicians caring for depressed patients but useful info can be found herePlease report problems and suggest additional links and resources by using the feedback form.