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Findings
Thirty-eight individuals were invited to participate in a stakeholder interview. Of those, 12 did not respond to the invitation and one was unable to be interviewed owing to time constraints. The final number of stakeholders interviewed was thus 25.
2. I think I may have been bullying or undermining, what should I do now?
This realisation can be a difficult one, particularly as most people in this situation do not realise the negative impact that their behaviour may have had. Rest assured that you are not alone and many people, including some of those that you work with,
5. How will I know if behaviours in my department improve and what can I do if they do not?
If you identified a problem in you department it is important that you assess whether the measures that have been taken have had a positive impact. You may wish to use methods from Question 2 "How would I know if there is a problem with poor workplace
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Chair update, April 2016
Matthew Prior, Chair of the RCOG Trainees’ Committee writes... Now is a difficult time to be a trainee. It takes a lot for doctors to strike, but there has been a period of prolonged industrial action that appears to be escalating as the government
Tools, guidance and standards for systematic reviewers
Useful resources for systematic reviewers. As well as guidance for the entire review, there are tools to manage all the studies found in your search as you assess them for inclusion, and to assess the risk of bias in your final studies. Guidance/
Addressing poor workplace behaviours and 'calling it out'
Module 8 is primarily designed to provide suggestions to equip you with the tools to address negative behaviours. As well as looking at ‘speaking up’ if you have been subjected to or witnessed poor workplace behaviour, it explores the concept of a
Dr Ed MacLaren STAE course testimony
There are many ways to get involved with Global Health at the RCOG and the Surgical Training in the Austere Environment course (STAE) has been an example of that for me. The course is one day of a five-day programme run by the Royal College of
Faculty development progression scheme
This page sets out how to progress from one tier to the next in the RCOG’s Faculty Development Framework. You can also download a PDF of the progression scheme (59 kb), which presents this information as a table. The courses, developmental

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