The Office for Respectful Environments (ORE) is now responsible for the intake of mistreatment reports in clinical learning environments, triaging mistreatment reports and monitoring their progress. The ORE also works to meet University and Faculty goals of maintaining respectful learning environments that reflect the principles set out in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences’ Code of Conduct and expected levels of professionalism. The Director of the ORE will produce annual updates for quality improvement purposes and reports for Faculty and learner leadership.
The ORE is involved in the following activities:
- Maintaining the ORE website and mistreatment webform
- Triaging mistreatment webform submissions of clinical learning environment concerns and complaints
- Policy development
- Reporting to Faculty and learner leadership
- Collaboration with Educational Programs and Faculty Development
- Collaboration with Communications Office to ensure transparency
- Data reporting for the purposes of accreditation and quality improvement
- Making recommendations to improve the system of reporting incidents of mistreatment in clinical learning environments
Should you choose to submit an incident report, please explore your reporting options here, on the ORE website.
If you are need of guidance and support and would like to make an appointment with one of our Wellness Consultants/Advisors, please do so via our Contacts and Appointments section.