Institutional Resources to Support Professionalism

The following institutional resources help support a culture of professionalism within the School of Medicine.  This is not a complete list, but is designed to guide you toward people and documents who can help manage any incidents of unprofessional behavior.

You can report a concern anytime via Duke’s Integrity in Action and Speak Up Program.  Contact 800-826-8109 to discuss your question or report your concern.  The toll-free number is administered by a third party, Compliance Line and is a confidential and anonymous, if you choose, service provided 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.  You may also use the online form Speak Up Reporting to report your concern anonymously.

Office for Institutional Equity (OIE)

Concerns about harassment, compliance in the areas of equal opportunity or affirmative action should be directed to OIE

 

Ombudsperson – The Ombudspeople offer neutral and confidential guidance on a variety of issues for all students and faculty at Duke.

               

           School of Medicine Faculty Member

           Laura Svetkey, MD, MHS

           laura.svetkey@duke.edu

           919-681-7788

 

           School of Medicine Students and Postdoctoral Appointees

           Jean Spaulding, MD

           ombudsman@mc.duke.edu

           919-668-3326

 

          Undergraduate, Graduate and Non-School of Medicine Professional Students

          Ada Gregory

          Office of Interdisciplinary Programs

          ada.gregory@duke.edu

          919-660-2444

 

          Duke University Faculty Member

          Paul Manos, PhD

          pmanos@duke.edu

          919-949-8687

 

Office of Diversity & Inclusion (ODI)

Offers assistance in creating diversity strategic plans, searches, and providing education and coaching on unconscious bias.

ODI@dm.duke.edu

919-684-1067

 

Personal Assistance Service (PAS)

This is a resources for faculty, staff and their immediate family members to receive free and confidential short term counseling.  The staff at PAS can help with personal or work related issues.

919-416-1PAS

 

Employee Occupational Health & Wellness (EOHW)

919-684-3136 (option #2)

 

DUHS Professional Accountability Program (PACT)

Scope: Designed to promote the highest standards of professional conduct and ethical behavior and support the delivery of high quality patient-centered care through improved communication and teamwork.

               

                William J. Richardson, MD, Co-Director

                william.richardson@duke.edu

                919-684-5711

 

                Diana McNeill, MD, Co-Director

                diana.mcneill@duke.edu

                919-684-6800

 

                Cynthia Gordon, RN, Administrative Director

                cynthia.gordon@duke.edu

                919-681-3906

 

DUHS Compliance Office

Scope: Joint Commission, Patient Privacy

compliance@dm.duke.edu

919-668-2573

 

Duke Office of Audit, Risk and Compliance Office (OARC)

oarc@duke.edu

919-613-7630

 

Scientific Misconduct

donna.kessler@duke.edu

919-668-5115

 

Conflict of Interest

dukecoi@dm.duke.edu

919-684-3121

 

School of Medicine Senior Leadership

 

Select Duke Policies

Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, and Related Misconduct

Policy on the Appropriate Treatment of Learners

 

See the Duke University Faculty Handbook for:

Policies related to research – Chapter 5

Conflict of Interest – Appendix O

Guideline for Authorship and Authorship Dispute Resolution – Appendix P

Consensual Relationships – Appendix Z

 

Select Policies on Faculty Professionalism in Education

AAMC Compact Between Resident Physicians and Their Teachers

ACGME Common Program Requirements – Professionalism expectations of faculty

North Carolina Medical Board Position Statements: Medical Supervisor–Trainee Relationship