Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues
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Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues. Disciplinary examples - student issues Student Judicial Process Student Complaint Process Examples of overturned student sanctions Questions. Disciplinary Examples - Classroom emails – rude/unprofessional

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Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

  • Disciplinary examples - student issues

  • Student Judicial Process

  • Student Complaint Process

  • Examples of overturned student sanctions

  • Questions


Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

  • Disciplinary Examples - Classroom

  • emails – rude/unprofessional

    • use of caps and heated

  • tardiness/being disruptive/leaving early

  • absenteeism

  • verbally argumentative

  • poor attitude

    • not responding to emails or not participating

  • challenging lecturer - in front of class

  • assuming lecturer/professor/staff is on same level


Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

  • Disciplinary Examples - continued

  • failing drug screen/substance abuse/stealing drugs

  • failing criminal background check

  • not following policies – academic and nonacademic

  • computer misuse

  • social networking sites – words/photos

  • harassment/hostile work environment

  • disrespectful with faculty, staff or students

  • cheating/plagiarism


Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

  • Disciplinary Examples – Rotation Sites

  • absenteeism

  • poor attitude – disengaged or uninterested

  • clinical affiliation agreement requirements ignored

  • unprofessional with staff/preceptor

    • challenging preceptor in front of patient

  • misrepresentation – “Masters Medical Student”

  • HIPAA/confidentiality violations

  • computer misuse

  • social networking sites – words/photos


Student judicial process

Student Judicial Process

  • Educational

  • Progressive

    • Student Academic and Professionalism Incident Report

    • Disciplinary Warning

    • Disciplinary Probation

    • Suspension/Dismissal

  • Appendix Two, Section Four of SH

    • Describes whole disciplinary process

    • Right of appeal


Student incident report form

Student Incident Report Form


Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

  • Notice/warning

  • Documentation

  • Following policy

  • Progressive model of discipline

  • FERPA


Student complaint process

Student Complaint Process

  • Appendix Two, Section Three of SS

  • Student has right to file a complaint

    • Standard maintained by all accrediting agencies

    • Typically comes to Dean of Students

    • Can involve HR also if complaint is non-academic and involves a faculty/staff member

    • Recommendation back to Academic Dean, but can go directly to President or to HR

    • Final decision is with President

    • Appeal to DOE and/or accrediting agency


Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

  • Disciplinary Issues Overturned

  • Failures of rotation

    • insufficient documentation

    • not following policies

  • Cheating issues

    • can be difficult to prove – can’t just be hearsay

    • progressive model was not followed

  • Unprofessionalism issues

    • insufficient documentation

    • progressive model was not followed


Questions

Questions?


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