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The depressing state of bullying in the NHS

February 19 2020

Roger Kline, Research Fellow in our Business School discusses the shocking rise of bullying in the NHS.

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#16days of gender-based violence: The women paying the ultimate price of men’s violence

January 08 2020

Mia Scally, Lecturer in Forensic Psychology/Criminology writes a moving post about gender-based violence facing women all over the world.

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False harmony and the embedding of inequality

January 07 2020

Roger Kline, Research Fellow in the Business School, discusses the impact and issues associated with identity and discrimination.

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Is much NHS discipline unfair and pointless?

July 16 2019

Roger Kline examines the effectiveness of disciplinary action in the NHS

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The NHS Long Term Plan & toxic workplace culture

February 07 2019

Roger Kline examines the new NHS Long Term Plan and asks if it’s enough to change organisation’s future

Supporting Parents in the Digital Age

December 05 2018

Dr Jaqueline Harding shares some of the research findings which led to the creation of Tomorrowschildtv, a new online channel providing digital safeguarding advice for parents

Researching survivor experiences of trauma

April 24 2018

Researcher Mia Scally examines the importance of researcher self-care when working with survivors of traumatic events

NMC Fitness to Practice: a radical change?

April 03 2018

Roger Kline examines the NMC’s latest consultation on their fitness to practise processes

Equality in the NHS: a work in progress

December 15 2017

Roger Kline revisits the Workplace Race Equality Standard and examines the impact it’s had on the NHS since its introduction in 2014

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Rethinking disciplinary action in the NHS

Roger Kline outlines the cost of disciplinary investigations and puts forward a case for more learning and less blame when mistakes are made in the NHS

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