Washington University School of Medicine
SAFE: Supporting a Fair Environment
Report a professionalism accolade or concern about the learning environment.
Washington University School of Medicine strives to support all learners, faculty and staff in the academic medical center in providing an environment conducive to learning, research and high-quality patient care. We aspire to a work and learning environment characterized by inclusive excellence, free from behavior that is harassing, threatening or intimidating, where all people witness and experience respect and collegiality. Professionalism consists of fundamentally important qualities including altruism, compassion and empathy, respect for patients and health care workers, commitment to ongoing excellence, honesty, trustworthiness, integrity, accountability, recognition of limits, collaboration, and duty to society. All members of our community are responsible for contributing to these goals in the medical center environments of patient care, research and education.
Report a positive experience in the learning environment.
Report a concern regarding mistreatment or unprofessional behavior in the learning environment.
NOTE: DO NOT include PHI in your response. Supervisors reporting harassment incidents cannot report anonymously. To report an incident in your native language,
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Learn More about SAFE
- For quick answers about the SAFE initiative, check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
- To review SAFE outcomes data for the most recent Quarter click here. (WUSTL key required)
- Want to learn more? Please opt-in to complete the SAFE Learning Modules.
WashU and BJC Policy Statement
Washington University and BJC HealthCare prohibit any type of retaliation against individuals who have filed complaints or who have participated in the investigation of a complaint. The WashU abusive conduct policy and discrimination and harassment policy can be found at these links. BJC policies on discrimination and harassment, workplace violence, disruptive behavior and the code of conduct can be found in myBJCnet or PolicyTech.