Reporting Concerning Behaviors
The University of Kansas Medical Center is committed to providing a positive and safe learning environment for all students as well as the faculty and staff who support these learning activities.
What Constitutes a Concern?
A person of concern is any person displaying behaviors that may interfere negatively with the university environment. Sometimes small changes in personality or actions are the first indicator that a person may need assistance. Other times, many members of our community are noticing behaviors that create a significant amount of concern.
While KU Medical Center does its best to give individual time and attention to every student, faculty and staff, there are some behaviors that may go unnoticed until a caring person tells us about them. We invite you to share your concerns so that professionals can reach out and provide support to those who may need more assistance.
Provide as much information as you can on the form. We will manage your information appropriately as required by FERPA. In certain circumstances, we cannot promise complete confidentiality and may share your concerns and identity directly with the person of concern.
This form is not checked after hours, on weekends or on university holidays. If this is an emergency, call 911. Otherwise, we will follow up during our normal business hours.