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Anti-Bullying and Undermining Events

Tackling Undermining & Bullying in the NHS, 13 February 2020

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists held the fourth joint national conference on Tackling Undermining & Bullying in the NHS in Belfast on 13 February 2020. Speakers included:

Professor Mike Griffin OBE, President, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

Dr Jo Mountfied, Vice President,  the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist

Dr Henrietta Hughes OBE FRCGP, National Guardian for the NHS

Sally Brett, Head of Equality, Inclusion and Culture, British Medical Association

Dan Wynn, General Medical Council

Dr Chris Turner, Civility Saves Lives

John Sturrock QC, Founder and Senior Mediator, Core Solutions

The NI BUHD Simulation Group also provided an interactive section outlining various workplaces scenarios. Slides from the morning can be found in the PowerPoint below.

 


 

Second National Anti-Bullying Symposium, 24 September 2018

RCSEd, in partnership with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, hosted a second national event focused on developing further practical solutions to the problem of undermining and bullying in the medical workplace. Speakers included:

Professor Mike Lavelle-Jones, President, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

Dr Alison Wright, Vice President, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists - Peer Support Networks

Dr Catherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer for ScotlandValuing our workforce

Sir Robert Francis QC

Dr Anthea Mowat, Chair of the BMA Representative Body

Brigadier Matthew Lowe MBE, Deputy Commander Cadets -  How the Army tries to minimise bullying

Dr Chris Turner, Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Lead for Civility Saves Lives Project - Civility Saves Lives

Mr Manoj Kumar, Consultant Surgeon Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and National Clinical Lead for the Scottish Mortality and Morbidity Programme

Dr John Hanley, Director of Medical Education, Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals Trust


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