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2. How would I know if there is a problem with poor workplace behaviour in my department?
Poor workplace behaviours are common. Sadly it is likely that they are occurring in your department in one form or another. In 2018, 24% of NHS staff reported being bullied.1 For midwives this figure was 23.9%. These rates were higher BME and LGBT
How to deal with poorly performing trainees – information for trainers
This page provides information for RCOG trainers to help them manage trainees who are struggling with their training programme, looking at both prevention and remedial action. Hospital medicine is a potentially stressful environment, particularly for
Responsibility for training – information for trainers
Structure of postgraduate training, with information about who’s responsible for each level of training. This information is designed for RCOG trainers. Who manages training? There’s a clear structure of training, which is detailed in the Gold
1. Drivers and aims of Each Baby Counts
“Babies born at 37 weeks and beyond who are alive in labour should be born in good condition and go home with mum and family.” (Principal Investigator, Each Baby Counts) Those interviewed shared the sentiment that the ethos of Each Baby Counts
Set the tone and lead from the front
What is your department's official stance on workplace culture? There is a move away from ‘zero-tolerance’ policies and towards creating cultures of civility, respect and kindness.1  Misunderstandings will occur, but in the right environment these
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
61% of all survey respondents answered that medical staff were redeployed out of maternity services during the pandemic. Of this group only 67% answered that all medical staff had been returned, 26% were unsure and 7% stated that staff had not been
Impact of the changes in staffing
Impact of the changes in staffing There have been several consequences of this redeployment. Overall, 85% of trusts/units reported a significant change in ways of working, with 89% having reduced face-to-face interactions and 82% noting a reduction
Implementation note 7
ePortfolio, ARCP and advanced training – Moving to the new curriculum 2019 The purpose of this Note is to provide an update on issues arising from trainers and trainees moving to the new ePortfolio and curriculum.   Query management Not
Patrick O'Brien FRCOG
Statement for Vice Presidential election 2019 By the time the new President and his team take over, we will be safely installed in our new home. The physical move has been a huge task, and its successful completion a credit to the current Officers and

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