Ways to Report

Submitting a PAIR incident report is the preferred way to let us know about mistreatment or unprofessional behavior, but it isn't the only way. 


Contact Dr. Reis or Dr. Mars directly by phone, email, or in-person to submit a report. They can talk with you about your situation, offer support, and provide solutions. 

Course and Faculty Evaluations: 

The Office of Medical Education (OMED) conducts anonymous evaluations of medical school courses and faculty through three online systems, CoursEval, MedHub, and Amp-Up. Information about mistreatment or negative learning environment reported through these systems is shared with OLE and handled in the same manner as other incident reports to the extent possible based on the information provided. 

OMED Targeted Surveys:

OMED will occasionally conduct targeted anonymous surveys to medical students. The Medical Education Questionnaire is distributed annually to rising MS3 and MS4 students. The LCME Follow-Up Survey is conducted semi-regularly to provide information necessary for the school's continuing accreditation. Both of these forms allow for students to anonymously report incidents of mistreatment that will be shared with OLE.

Learning Environment Survey:

The OLE conducts a Learning Environment Survey that allows for medical students in their clinical clerkships and electives to share previously unreported incidents of mistreatment. The survey is conducted three times a year using MedHub and each one covers the four most recent clinical blocks for which student grades have been submitted.

Comment on Student Professionalism (CSP) Form

Concerns about medical student behavior that may impede their ability to become an effective physicians can be reported through the Comment on Student Professionalism Form to (OMED). Faculty, staff, trainees, and students can report concerns using the CSP.  Note that the OLE does not receive or review completed CSP forms. 

Climate Surveys: 

The Graduate Studies office, sometimes in conjunction with the OLE, will distribute climate surveys to graduate students, faculty, and staff. This is an opportunity to share reports related specifically to the graduate school programs. Climate surveys can be school-wide or program-targeted.