Medical Student Advocacy

Medical Student Advocacy exists to promote and support a professional environment for students within the School of Medicine.

Medical students can make anonymous, in-person, or phone reports of mistreatment or unprofessional behavior and are guaranteed the help they need. Misconduct may involve sexism, racism, harassment, discrimination, verbal abuse, or other types of unprofessional behavior.


The Listening Post

Use The Listening Post to anonymously report mistreatment or unprofessional behavior.

Report Misconduct

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Dean on Call

The Office of the Dean of Students provides 24-hour crisis management and incident response services to University students. In case of an emergency, contact the Dean on Call.

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Who Is the University Ombuds?

An Ombuds is an advocate for fairness, an independent and confidential resource available for faculty, staff, and students.
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Just Report It (JRI)

JRI is the University’s online system for reporting misconduct, providing straightforward information concerning the different kinds of misconduct and what to do about each.
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