The mission of Le Well is to provide centralized services to support SOM students and others involved in the healthcare learning environment.

July 2024 - Le Well receives a $500,000 grant award from the Duke Endowment. Read more here.

Guiding Principle: All SOM students should have equitable and just access to support services provided by individuals who are not in a position to evaluate them and regardless of program, advisor, connections or identity.

Wellness Resources & Support Services

Celebrate the Positive: Recognize Someone for Contributing to a Positive Learning Environment

Report Mistreatment & Misconduct

Share a Professionalism Concern

Duke University School of Medicine is dedicated to educating health professions students to take excellent care of patients in a mutually respectful environment that promotes professional identity formation, accountability, and psychological safety – all necessary ingredients for optimizing patient safety and excellence. 

The Office of Learning Environment and Well-being (Le Well) adopts a continuous quality improvement approach to providing centralized services to students and others involved in the healthcare learning environment, recognizing that patient care can be stressful and that there is no “one size fits all” for well-being.   

Davison building against the evening sky

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Le Well Leadership & Administration

Associate Dean for Learning Environment and Well-being
Assistant Dean for Student Services
Administrative Assistant