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

  • Disciplinary examples - student issues

  • Student Judicial Process

  • Student Complaint Process

  • Examples of overturned student sanctions

  • Questions


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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

  • 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


Keys to your success when dealing with student disciplinary issues

  • Notice/warning

  • Documentation

  • Following policy

  • Progressive model of discipline

  • FERPA


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


  • 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?


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