You are an FY2 doctor who works on a respiratory ward. Your FY2 colleague is frequently watching cricket on the television in the junior doctors social room. He will often offer to review your team’s patients on the outlier ward, but you suspect that during this time he often also goes to watch television. On one occasion, your friend says she saw him watching the television, and he had told you he needed to go to see some patients on the other ward. You are frustrated as you feel you end up with a greater workload on your own ward.
Choose the three most appropriate actions to take in this situation.