24 Nov 2017

Workplace bullying pervasive among senior doctors

From Nine To Noon, 9:08 am on 24 November 2017

The Association of Medical Professionals has found evidence that more than a third of senior doctors self-reported being bullied, and more than two-thirds witnessed bullying of colleagues. The research has linked the frequency of bullying to high workplace demands and low support, and ranks New Zealand among the world's worst offenders. But it found the majority of bullying is going unreported. Kathryn Ryan speaks with the principal analyst at the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists, Charlotte Chambers.