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Clinical School Respect at Work
Every member of the School community has a part to play in engendering a culture of respect of others, being tolerant of different views and a zero tolerance approach to inappropriate behaviours. I believe an inclusive environment promotes a positive work culture in which everyone feels valued for their skills and contributions and is able to thrive. This is vital to us all if we are to succeed in our mission to provide great training and education, contribute to high quality clinical care and produce world leading research that will improve the health of patients and populations.Professor Patrick Maxwell, Regius Professor of Physic & Head of the School of Clinical Medicine
What does respect at work look like and how can we promote a respectful culture at the Clinical School?
- Treat others as you would expect to be treated
- Leading by example
- Being an active bystander
- Don’t be dismissive of others concerns or behaviour, don’t accuse people of being “too sensitive”
- If you find a situation too stressful, walk away and come back to it once you have had an opportunity to calm down.