The Radcliffe Department of Medicine is committed to eliminating bullying and harassment and has developed some guidance to raise awareness of what constitutes bullying behaviour, highlight the roles of RDM’s harassment advisors, and promote the support services available to staff and students.
Bullying is a form of harassment. A person subjects another to harassment where they engage in unwanted and unwarranted conduct which has the purpose or effect of:
violating another person’s dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment for another person.
- The University's definition of harassment and bullying can be found in the University's policy and procedure document on harassment and bullying.
- Complaints of harassment and bullying can be dealt with formally or informally. Information on how to make complaints can be found in the University's policy and procedure on harassment and bullying. Information can also be found in the Harassment Procedure Flowchart for Staff and the Harassment Procedure Flowchart for Students.
- It is part of the University's policy that all complaints are dealt with in the strictest of confidence.
- All RDM PIs and line managers are required to attend specific training on awareness and how to address harassment and bullying.
RDM Harassment advisors
|Name||Division in RDM|
|Stacey Da Silva||NDCLS|
|Anne Goriely||WIMM/NDCLS/MRC MHU|
|Felicity Green||RDM Strategic|
|Ruth McCaffrey||RDM Strategic|