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4. How can I develop my positive workplace behaviours?
People do not go to work to upset their colleagues but misunderstandings in the workplace will occur.  The first step is to understand how our behaviour can negatively affect members of our team. It is then important to take action to try and
1. What might poor workplace behaviour in my department look like?
Poor workplace behaviour can manifest itself in different ways in different departments. There may be one particular individual involved, one problematic clinical setting or there can be a more widespread culture of bullying, undermining or incivility
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
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
Sands Midwifery Fellow
Below is one of the case studies written by contributors to the Each Baby Counts project. Sands Midwifery Fellow – Support to improve the quality of local investigations Margaret Keenan – Sands Midwifery Fellow Findings from the first Each
Other considerations
Childcare There are a wide range of options available to you including nannies, child minders and nursery.  It can however, be difficult to decide on what will suit you and your family and therefore,  it is advisable to consider this as early
Facilitating a period of supervision
During the period of supervision, the doctor should not be on night time or on call duties. They may however wish to perform these duties with appropriate supervision. Where possible the experiences should optimise the chances for doctor to regain
How we will implement the Leading Safe Choices programme
This page describes how we will implement the RCOG Leading Safe Choices programme in South Africa and Tanzania. The programme The programme is divided into three main areas: Promoting best practices in postpartum contraception and comprehensive
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

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