Disciplinary/Grievance Procedures: Dispute Resolution Resources
The University of Minnesota Medical School is committed to providing an educational and work environment in which trainees may raise and resolve issues without fear of intimidation or retaliation and in a confidential and protected manner.
The following contacts are available for the trainee to raise issues or concerns regarding their work and/or education environment.
Marilyn Becker, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for GME:
John Andrews, M.D.
GMEC Resident Council:
Please visit: http://www.med.umn.edu/gme
Student Conflict Resolution Center:
Confidential Graduate Medical Education Email:
GME Administration has an email link on the GME website that goes to the Interim Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education. This is a confidential venue for trainees to report any concerns they may have regarding their program. Violations reported will be investigated by GME Administration and acted upon accordingly.
Confidential Reporting Service for the University of Minnesota:
What to Report: You should report any situation or University conduct you believe violates an applicable law, regulation, government contract or grant requirement, or University policy. You do not need to know the exact law or requirement, or be certain a violation has or will occur. If you suspect something is wrong, the better course of action is always to report it. Examples include theft; wage, benefit, or hours abuses; discrimination or sexual harassment; misuse of University property or equipment; violation of safety rules; OSHA or environmental abuse concerns; conflicts of interest; NCAA violations; and intentional misuse of the University’s network or computers.
Select a campus location on the reporting homepage, and then click on the violation categories on the following page for a more complete list.
This reporting service does not include employment concerns that are not legal or policy violations. For these, and other issues, see the topic “Other Reporting Options and Contacts” for a list of University offices to contact about these concerns.
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