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One in six GPs witness bullying

11th May 2011

A survey by the journal Pulse has revealed that one in six GPs have witnessed incidents of bullying by another GP in their practice.

According to Pulse’s State of the Profession Survey, which polled 576 GPs, some 16% had witnessed a GP being harassed by a colleague, while 18% said they knew of GPs who had been bullied by NHS managers. In addition, 15% of GPs reported seeing a GP bullying practice staff, while 17% said they had seen bullying of a member of practice staff by another staff member at the practice.

 

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Article Information

Title: One in six GPs witness bullying
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 18438
Date Added: 11th May 2011

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