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Resources applicable to current medical students, including policies and student directories/photos


Student Travel Funds Application
Students attending a conference to present research or represent UK COM as an officer may be eligible for up to $250 in travel funds. Funds will not be distributed until students return from travel. Documentation for all reimbursable expenses must be submitted within one week of the end of conference and must include the conference program, schedule, or agenda.  Reimbursable expenses include conference registration, travel (flight, rental car, gas), and housing. Meals are not reimbursable. Documentation must include receipt of payment as well as a copy of credit card statement or bank account in the requesting student’s name verifying that the student was charged. (Please redact/white out/strike through any charges unrelated to reimbursable expenses prior to submission.)  Students may not request reimbursement through the College of Medical Education for expenses being reimbursed by other internal or external resources. Note that this application is for travel funds only. Requests for excused absences related to the travel must be made through the Excused Absences Application.


Student Areas Report
Safe, clean, and well-maintained student lounges, study rooms, and call rooms are important to UK COM.  Please report any observations of safety, cleanliness or maintenance issues in student areas.  The report will go directly to our Director of Student Services, who will ensure that student issues are resolved in a timely manner.


Excused Absences Application (Login Required)
As a professional school, the UK COM attendance and active participation are required in all components of the curriculum. If it is necessary for you to be absent from a required MD program activity, you must submit a request at a minimum of two weeks prior to scheduled events, and as soon as possible in the case of urgent events. 


Exemplary Professionalism Report (Login Required)
Professionalism is a core value for all health care professionals, and our profession strives to recognize both exemplary behavior as well as acknowledging lapses.  Please report any observations of exemplary professional behavior from UK COM faculty, staff, residents, or students that reflects the professionalism competencies of the UK COM:

  • Accountability and Responsibility: manages personal attributes, commitments and/or limitations that might impact one’s effectiveness
  • Sensitivity and Respect: demonstrates sensitivity and respect toward patient individuality, including but not limited to age, gender, ethnicity, belief system, sexual orientation, and disabilities
  • Professional and Respectful Interactions: treats patients, their families, colleagues and other health professionals with respect
  • Integrity and Ethical Behavior: demonstrates integrity and ethical behavior in all settings.

Recognition of these individuals helps foster a supportive learning environment.  


Professionalism Concern Report

Professionalism is a core value for all health care professionals, and our profession depends on the candid acknowledgment of professionalism lapses.  Please report any observed incidents about UK COM faculty, staff, residents, or students.  The primary goal is to return any involved individual to being valued and productive members of the UK COM. The more detail provided, the more likely COM leadership will be able to reach an appropriate resolution. Every effort will be made to preserve the anonymity of the person reporting, even if that student chooses to identify himself/herself.  COM 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.


Mistreatment Incident Report

“Mistreatment arises when behavior shows disrespect for the dignity of others and unreasonably interferes with the learning process.”  Please report any observed incidents about UK COM faculty, staff, residents, or students.  The more detail provided, the more likely COM leadership will be able to reach an appropriate resolution.  Every effort will be made to preserve the anonymity of the person reporting, even if that student chooses to identify himself/herself.  COM 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.

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