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Peer To Peer Program

The UW Medicine Peer to Peer Program is a peer support program for both faculty and staff of UW Medicine. Peer to Peer is an important component of a comprehensive system of support. Find out how to access peer support through the program, nominate your colleagues to be peer supporters, and more.

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Need Help?

Here you will find resources to support you in times of urgent need either for yourself or a member of your team, and guidance on how to leverage the UW’s resources to help you thrive.

well being

Looking for non-urgent professional psychological help? Email uwm-wellbeing@uw.edu for help connecting to a provider.

Report Bias in UW Medicine Environments

UW Medicine and School of Medicine are committed to responding to bias reports. Please report incidents of bias of any form, including but not limited to experiences of racial bias/racism, sexism, ableism, or other actions, behaviors, or processes that do not reflect the prioritization of inclusion and equity expected in all areas of our community.

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The UW Resilience Lab (UWRL)

Resilience lab

The UWRL endeavors to bring the UW community into connection with one another through programming that normalizes the wide-ranging experiences of hardship, failures, and setbacks our community members face through the cultivation of kindness, compassion, and gratitude toward each other and ourselves. The Resilience Lab promotes well-being at the University of Washington through research, education and strategic programs and initiatives, working to cultivate a compassionate community, where the holistic well-being of students, staff and faculty is engaged from awareness to action. 

The Whole U

The Whole U

Focused on fostering connection, holistic wellness, and engaging your interests, The Whole U offers a broad variety of activities based on ‘program pillars’ including Being Active, Eating Well, Engaging Interests, Financially Fit, Life Events & Changes, Staying Healthy, and Volunteerism. Besides information and resources, programming includes both in-person and virtual events as well as pre-recorded material via podcasts and a YouTube channel.

Crisis Support

US emergencies: Call 911

International Emergencies

SafeCampus: 206.685.7233: Open 24/7. Call if you have concerns about campus safety.

Crisis Connections: 866.427.4747: 24-hour crisis line for people in the Seattle area. Call if you have concerns about urgent on-off campus mental health needs.

Suicide Prevention Hotline: Call or text 988

Sexual Assault or Traumatic Stress

King County Sexual Assault Resources Centers: 24-hour resource line 888.988.6423

RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network): 800.656.HOPE or https://www.rainn.org/

Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress: https://depts.washington.edu/hcsats/

Graduate Student Equity & Excellence

GSEE

Founded in 1970, the Office of Graduate Student Equity & Excellence (GSEE) is committed to enhancing equity and social progression to promote the success of graduate students impacted by racism and its intersections at our Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma campuses.

For more than 50 years, GSEE (formerly GO-MAP) has worked with graduate students, staff, faculty, and campus leadership to develop initiatives that strengthen graduate diversity, enhance academic opportunities, and encourage and support research exploring cultural diversity. GSEE aims to cultivate a culturally and ethnically diverse academic and social environment in which all graduate students can learn and thrive while attending the University of Washington.

2023 Social Climate Survey

climate survey

The UW School of Medicine faculty Council on Research and Graduate Education (CORGE) conducted a climate survey in Autumn 2019 of the graduate student and postdoctoral training environment at the UW School of Medicine. The survey provided graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with the opportunity to inform the School of Medicine leadership about their experiences with mentorship, resources, discrimination, and harassment while at the UW School of Medicine. In 2023 a second survey was conducted – look for the new survey results to be published shortly.

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