At the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, our faculty cares about each one of our students. Here, it’s not just words or a mere mission statement we hang on our walls. We believe one-on-one interaction is vital to the success of our medical students. At the College of Medicine, we take pride in educating future physicians and scientists.
Current Trainee Resources
The Office of Biomedical Education strives to provide the best and most up-to-date resources to its students. If you know of a resource that you think would be beneficial to others, please send us the information at email@example.com. For resources and opportunities available within the College of Medicine:
Academic Enhancement Resources offer a wide variety of online and in-person tips, tools, and suggestions: Active Listening in the Classroom; Choosing a Major and Career; Improving Concentration; Improving Your Vocabulary; Learning to Relax; Managing Stress; Overcoming Perfectionism. Note: Many online resources are available to anyone.
The Trainees in Research Advisory Committee is charged with the mission of supporting the efforts of all trainees in the College of Medicine as well as advising the Dean concerning issues related to the trainees. This committee is comprised of current students, postdocs, faculty, and administrative staff who are involved in the day-to-day interactions with the trainee community within the College.
Incident Reporting and Feedback
To maintain a safe, nurturing learning environment and culture, the Office of Biomedical Education encourages all learners to report any concerns or incidents that might detract from its mission. These concerns may range from a lack of professionalism or curriculum concern to reports of mistreatment. Please click on the link to report any observed incidents about UK College of Medicine faculty, staff, or students. The more detail provided, the more likely College of Medicine leadership will be able to reach an appropriate resolution. Every effort will be made to preserve the anonymity of the person reporting. College of Medicine leadership will not disclose any identifiable information unless the student gives explicit permission to do so.
Circumstances involving discrimination or harassment can be referred directly to the University of Kentucky Office of Institutional Equity and Equal Opportunity, 859-257-8927.