Reporting a Concern
This form is one way that you can share concerns about a faculty member. If you prefer to discuss your concern in person, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 785-2101.
If you have immediate concerns about your safety please contact Yale Police at (203) 432-4400.
You may submit a complaint anonymously, but, if you do so, we will not be able to contact you to request any additional details that may be needed for a full investigation. In addition, Yale cannot impose discipline based on unverified anonymous complaints.
Yale prohibits retaliation against persons who, in good faith, report alleged violations of Yale policy or the law.
This site is maintained by a third party company for the purpose of gathering information regarding potential violations of the Institutional Standards of Conduct at Yale University.
You may also report such potential violations by calling the Yale University Hotline at 1-877-360-YALE (1-877-360-9253). This toll-free number is staffed by live operators 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you have questions or concerns about health issues related to COVID-19, please contact Yale Health at (203) 432-6604. They will offer advice regardless of Yale Health enrollment.
See also all of the members of the Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion and the Department Diversity Vice Chairs and Champions.
Title IX Coordinators
Yale University and Yale School of Medicine have several different Title IX Coordinators. Title IX states that "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance" (US Dept. of Justice). See the full list of Yale Title IX coordinators whom you may contact for assistance.
Sexual Misconduct Resources
Yale School of Medicine and Yale University strive to be a community free of sexual misconduct by promoting the essential values of respect and responsibility, providing education, and working with students, faculty, and staff.
Visit the YSM Sexual Misconduct Resources page for more information on the support available for students, trainees, staff, and faculty at the School of Medicine, University, and YNHH.
Yale University Office of Institutional Equity and Access
Yale University's Office of Institutional Equity and Access (OIEA) "oversees the University’s affirmative action programs and monitors compliance with policies and laws which ensure equal opportunity for students, employees and applicants for employment or admission." Visit the OIEA website to learn more about their policies and programs, complaint procedures, and more.
Counseling and Mental Health Services
For Trainees and Students:
In addition to the wellbeing services provided by the YNHH Employee Family Resource Program (EFRP), 1:1 mental and behavioral health care is available to residents and fellows through two pathways.
- A panel of local psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers who have experience working with trainees: flexible hours for in-person or telephone care, free, fully confidential (no Epic documentation) care by referral from our GME consultant psychiatrist, Dr. Paul Desan.
- Online telehealth is available through LiveHealth Online.
Residents and fellows also can seek guidance about mental and behavioral services by contacting the Graduate Medical Education Director of Resident and Fellow Wellbeing, Dr. Andrea Asnes.
Yale Health Mental Health and Counseling provides counseling and support services to Yale medical, graduate, and professional school students. Visit the Yale Health Mental Health and Counseling website or call 203.432.0290.
For Yale Medicine/Yale School of Medicine Faculty & Staff:
The Yale University Employee Assistance Program is available through Magellan Health. Call 1-800-327-9240.
For Yale New Haven Health (YNHHS) employees use:
The Employee Family Resource Program provided by Beacon Health Options is available for all YNHH employees. Call 1-877-275-6226.