The Duke University School of Medicine is committed to a learning and work environment free from from harassment and discrimination. Threats or acts of violence by or against any members of our community are not tolerated.
Online counseling for faculty and staff is available through Personal Assistance Services (PAS). PAS counselors can work with employees to resolve problems related to anxiety, domestic violence, violence in the workplace, trauma, career concerns, relationship difficulties, emotional distress, drug and alcohol concerns and mental health concerns.
Duke policies prohibit retaliation against anyone for coming forward with a concern or submitting a complaint.
- Duke Harassment and Discrimination Policy
- Harassment - Learn about harassment and Duke’s policy on the subject.
- File a Complaint Related to Discrimination, Harassment, and/or Sexual Misconduct
- How to Report Academic Concerns (Faculty) Resources from the School of Medicine's Office for Faculty Development.
- How to Report Academic Concerns (Students) How students can report mistreatment that occurs in their courses and in their clinical education.
- How to Report Sexual Misconduct Involving Students (pdf) - Read about the best ways of reporting and what to expect when reporting a student for sexual misconduct.
- How to Report Sexual Misconduct Involving Faculty/Staff (pdf) - Read a pamphlet on how to report faculty or staff for sexual conduct, and what to expect (PDF document)
- Dispute Resolution Process - Read about Duke’s procedure for fair, orderly, and prompt resolution of disagreements
- Student and Faculty Ombudsperson Our ombudsperson offers neutral and confidential guidance on a variety of issues for all students and faculty at Duke.
- Harassment Resource Reminder (pdf) - What to expect when reporting harassment or sexual violence, and resources for more help.