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Anti-Bullying Week starts today (Mon 14 Nov) and runs until the end of the week (Fri 18 Nov). This year's theme is Power For Good and to celebrate, several departments are planning activities. Don't miss out, as there's something for everyone - training courses and talks, interviews with harassment officers, and even cake sales!

The Department of Psychiatry interviewed their Harassment Officers and in the article included links to the Little Things Matter: The impact of micro-behaviours and micro-inequities videos which are available on the Equality and Diversity website.

On Thursday 17 November the Divisional Office are piloting the anti-bullying and harassment “train the trainer” course with Radcliffe Department of Medicine, please contact Ruth Hilland if you would like to attend.

Beyond MSD, the Department of Chemistry have organised a series of talks which are open to all. You can find out more information at

If you would like the Divisional Communications Team to tweet any links out during the week please contact Alison Brindle.