You are encouraged to report to AAEO any incident of discrimination or harassment, including any form of sexual misconduct or retaliation. You may wish to first consult with the Confidential Advocacy Program (CAP), a free and confidential resource who can assist before and throughout the reporting process.
Please note that the form:
- Can be used by anyone (students, volunteers, employees, patients, applicants for educational programs, applicants for employment, and others) to express concerns about OHSU.
- Is for reporting what happened to you or on behalf of another OHSU community member.
- Is only received and reviewed during business hours.
- Is different from and does not mean that you have filed a criminal (police) report.
Begin the online form below. If you would prefer to fill out a PDF, you may download a fillable form
If you are in immediate crisis, call 911 or 503-494-4444.
Confidentiality and non-retaliation
AAEO investigations are kept confidential to the extent possible under OHSU policies; and information will only be shared on a need to know basis pursuant to AAEO’s investigation protocol or as required by law. OHSU prohibits retaliation against individuals who file a complaint or who participate in an investigation. Alleged retaliation will be investigated and may result in disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal. Note: If referral is appropriate, your complaint may be directed to Human Resources, Integrity, your Union (if you are a classified employee) or other appropriate OHSU department.