Making teams work: through culture, communication and conduct

Team relationships often reveal concerning characteristics including bullying, workplace aggression, communication issues, and ineffective leadership, which affect the quality of the patient care the team provides. Building teamwork and leadership skills can help. A well-functioning interprofessional team enhances efficiency and continuity of care, minimises mistakes, and benefits patient satisfaction.

  • Full day, small group, highly interactive workshop with pre- and post-workshop exercises
  • Ideal for doctors at all career stages who have responsibilities for looking after other staff

The workshop explores:
  • how to encourage a positive work culture
  • identifying and helping colleagues with health concerns affecting their fitness to practise
  • recognising and responding to unprofessional conduct
  • providing effective feedback
  • constructive leadership 

This activity is approved for continuing professional development (CPD) with a number of medical colleges, including as a CPD Accredited Activity with the RACGP.

The workshop is complimentary for MDA National Members. Space permitting, others may register and attend for a fee. 

For more information about this activity visit the event's registration page.

Event Information

Event Type: Workshop

Audience Size: Small

Career Stages:

  • Doctors in Training
  • Doctors in Practice
  • Practice Managers and Owners
  • Others
  • Doctors in Specialist Training


Saturday, 02 April 2022 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


QT Perth – 133 Murray Street, Perth, Western Australia

Booking Information

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10 Aug 2020