Bullying in the GP workforce
Presented by Samantha Murton; Emma Wicks
Lectures, talks and seminars
Health Services Research Centre 2018 Seminar Series
21 Nov 2018 12:30 pm to 21 Nov 2018 1:30 pm
Old Government Building LT (GBLT3)
This seminar presents the key findings of a qualitative study on bullying in the general practice workforce.
The research explores how bullying manifests itself in the workforce, the impacts of this behaviour, and some of the quirks of general practice which may contribute to bullying. The seminar will also cover some of the potential solutions to bullying—in particular the need for training, more support, and clearer pathways for those who are subjected to or accused of bullying.
For more information contact: Louise Grenside
Dr Samantha Murton is a senior lecturer in the Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice, University of Otago Wellington. Previously, Samantha was the Medical Director at the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners. Samantha, in collaboration with colleagues, wrote the RNZCGP Self Care document. She is also trainee intern convenor at University of Otago Wellington and a teacher of medical students and registrars in her practice.
Emma Wicks is a Senior Policy Advisor for the Royal College of General Practitioners. Emma was awarded a MA in Public Policy with Distinction (2017). She has an interest in research on bullying, cyber harm and restorative justice.