The Office of Professionalism exists as the first point of contact, providing any member of the School of Medicine (SOM) community (faculty, residents, clinical or postdoctoral fellows, staff members, graduate students and students in any SOM Program) a resource on campus to obtain a fair and equitable process and resolution for all matters pertaining to professionalism concerns or student mistreatment.
To make an online report of student mistreatment, click here.
The Office of Student Life is
available to address all types of student concerns, and can provide advice and
guidance. For further assistance,
contact the Associate Dean of Student Life or the Assistant Dean of Student
Affairs. For further information, go to:
The Associate Dean for Student
Advocacy provides advice and support to students on a variety of student concerns. For further information, go to: http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/medicalschool/education/studentaffairs/studentresources/Pages/StudentAdvocacy.aspx
A College faculty mentor or a
trusted faculty or staff member can listen and provide guidance or information
about how to proceed. For further
information specifically about advisory colleges, go to:
Students have the opportunity to
complete evaluations on the block, site and on the faculty who teach them in
the classroom or clinical setting (required in Phase III and some parts of
Phase IV). As part of these evaluations,
students are specifically asked about faculty respect and professionalism and
about the learning environment. Contact
the Evaluation Office for further information, SOM.Evaluations@ucdenver.edu.