Sources of Help.
There are a team of people within your specialty that should be able to assist you, if you need any help:
Outside of your School, there are Associate Postgraduate Deans, who are not specialty specific, and who are able to advise on a range of subjects including less than full time training and careers advice.
Meetings with the Associate Postgraduate Deans can be made via the HEE Administrative Support.
We are currently appointing a new Workplace Behavior Officer and will circulate their details to all trainees as soon as possible.
The role of the Workplace Behaviour Officer is to provide advice and support in relation to matters of unacceptable workplace behaviour whilst always maintaining confidentiality. They also work alongside HEE and other School professional support structures in order to fully utilise relevant resources to provide help and support to all trainees who need it.
The Workplace Behaviour champion will have no direct role in any ARCP processes and, therefore, will be able to maintain objectivity and externality from the assessment process.
Below is a link from the RCOG which might help to address your issues:
Health Education England working across Yorkshire and the Humber offer a range of services to support trainees including coaching, Workplace Wellbeing and Take Time. All of these services can be accessed confidentially. Further information is available on the Trainee Support page.
If you have an employment problem, for example a query with your pay, hours or annual leave, please contact the Medical Staffing department within your current Trust.
Trainees within South Yorkshire will have a lead employer arrangement and should contact the Medical Staffing department within Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.