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Free workshop: 'Professionalism – how to recognise and challenge poor behaviour in the workplace'

During 2018, as part of its new programme of work focusing on professionalism, the RCP will be running a series of free workshops in partnership with the General Medical Council (GMC).

The free sessions will focus on clinicians’ experience of unprofessional behaviours, the context in which they occur and the difficulties in raising concerns or addressing unprofessional behaviours.

We want to hear about your experiences on the frontline, and provide you with resources to recognise and challenge unprofessional behaviour throughout your career.

Workshop information

  • Monday 30 April – Agape Centre, Lisburn Road, Belfast - Fully booked
  • Tuesday 1 May – MDEC, Altnagelvin Hospital, Londonderry
  • Cardiff – date to be confirmed

Attendance at any workshop can be linked in with some of the more challenging aspects of the e-portfolio and revalidation including management, NHS structure and professionalism, or link with appraisal and revalidation.

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance and CPD accreditation.


Places are limited and sessions fill very quickly so please register your interest by emailing your name, grade, employing trust and preferred session to professionalism.workshops@rcplondon.ac.uk.

Tea, coffee and lunch will also be provided.

Comments and feedback

  • 99% of attendees would recommend this workshop to a colleague.
  • 99% of attendees rated the content as good or very good.

Well done. I know it feels like you are teaching something we should know (good behaviour not challenging it) but we really do need reminding.

Excellent - accessible, not stuffy at all (a surprise!). Enjoyable, made sense, a good springboard for future meetings

Excellent facilitators – thank you