22 Nov Bullying in the Workplace: Implications for Work and Consequences for Mental Disorders
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Bullying in the Workplace: Implications for Work and Consequences for Mental Disorders
Dr Peter Miller, Psychiatrist, conducted a lunchtime presentation as part of our final instalment of our Winter Series on Bullying in the Workplace: Implications for Work and Consequences for Mental Disorders at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart.
Prevalence of alleged bullying in referrals for a psychiatric IME was shared based on Dr Miller’s own experience with over a third qualifying. Prevention and early response was discussed from formal HR policies and procedures to training staff to “call it out”. Dr Miller also explained the difficulties in relation to bullying versus underperformance in the workers compensation setting and also provided a list of common diagnoses post bullying.
Positive feedback was given at the end of this event by attendees, with comments such as:
“Dr Miller is very skilled in his area”
“Great seminar – thank you”
“Very interesting presentation”
mlcoa has two upcoming Educational Events. The first is Inviting all GPs and Insurers to attend a collaborative workshop over breakfast on 15 September 2017. Presenters include Dr Ramsey Jabbour, Occupational Physician and Dr Frank Chow, Psychiatrist. The second is a lunch time event on 28 September 2017 on The Importance of Early Intervention: An Orthopaedic Surgeon’s Perspective led by Dr Phil Allen, Orthopaedic Surgeon. You can register your attendance for these events here.