About the Course

This course is a talk given by Simon Fleming at #HLA17 on the Hammer It Out campaign that he was instrumental in setting up and leading. The aims and description of the campaign are:

  • To create a positive workplace culture  that is free from bullying, harassment and undermining behaviours.
  • To recognise the many positive aspects unique to T&O surgery and develop it as a highly desirable surgical specialty to work in, appealing to a diverse population and creating a balanced and representative workforce.
  • To nurture an environment that empowers individuals to speak up if they experience or witness unacceptable behaviours.
  • To promote and share examples of those who demonstrate exemplar behaviours in the workplace and use these to model further improvements in the wider NHS culture.
  • To inspire positive culture change to improve patient care.

You can read more about it at the following link: www.bota.org.uk/hammer-it-out

This course takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Developed in Partnership with The Healthcare Leadership Academy

With an exciting faculty from across the health sector and beyond, the aim of The Healthcare Leadership Academy is to inspire the next generation of healthcare professionals and develop their understanding of leadership. Through a combination of mentoring, Socratic discussion, and philosophical exploration, The HLA aims to inspire their scholars to change the world of healthcare one step at a time.

Click the following link to learn more: TheHealthcareLeadership.Academy

Foundation Programme Curriculum

This course covers the following Foundation Programme Curriculum areas:

1. Acts professionally

7.Works effectively as a team member

About the Author

Simon Fleming

Past President of British Orthopaedic Trainees Association

Simon is an orthopaedic surgeon and past president of the British Orthopaedic Trainees Association (BOTA). 

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    How we Change the Culture of Medicine

    • Culture Change

    • Census

    • Final Nail in The Coffin

    • Percentages

    • JCST

    • Frequencies

    • Reporting

    • Conclusion