We are committed to inspiring our medical students to act with the highest degree of professionalism. Honor, integrity, and respect is something that we expect from our students and our faculty. The following information details our policies and procedures.
Physicianship and Professionalism Advocacy Program
- Student Mistreatment Policies
- Student Mistreatment Policies – Affirmation
- File a MISTREATMENT report on a faculty, resident or staff using ‘CaneWatch (or you may contact a trained ethics representative to confidentially submit a report on your behalf through the ‘CaneWatch system. A listing of ethics representatives may be found here )
The purpose of Safe Space is to provide a safe haven, a listening ear, and visible support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) people at the Miller School. This is a 1.5-hour interactive workshop that provides participants a chance to learn about issues affecting the LGBTQ community, and provides tools for participants to be informed and effective allies as they go about their daily lives. Our goal is to combat homophobia and heterosexism, and to create a supportive and nurturing environment on the Miller School campus, where diversity is valued and appreciated.
After completing the Safe Space workshop, participants are given a Safe Space sticker/magnet that identifies them as ‘someone who is sensitive, supportive, and respectful to the LGBTQ community as well as those questioning their sexual orientation.’ Participants will display the sticker in their workplace on campus.
It’s On Us is a national campaign to end sexual misconduct on college campuses. Learn more about the steps the university is taking to prevent, stop, and address sexual misconduct on our campus. Access information about options and resources available to individuals who have experienced sexual misconduct or gender discrimination.