Our students are held to the highest standards of professional conduct. Behavior that is not professional will not be tolerated. To guide growth in professional behavior in our students at the Geisel School of Medicine we have instituted the following policies: Professionalism Policy Undergraduate Medical Education Program and the Geisel Social Media Use Guidelines.
The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth takes pride in promoting professionalism and is committed to graduate future physicians who demonstrate professional behaviors. To this end, Geisel has made professionalism one of its core competencies for graduation, and defined its standards for professionalism and professional conduct that apply to faculty, students, and staff in its Professionalism Policy.
Please use the Professionalism Note of Concern to report alleged medical student academic or behavioral conduct that is in violation of Geisel’s professional standards and Honor Code policies, as defined at the link above.