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Equity & Wellness Resources

 Equity & Wellness

The Radiation Oncology Equity and Wellness Committee [internal link] was created in the fall of 2020 with the mission of providing resources, education, and support for the Michigan Medicine Department of Radiation Oncology in order to improve diversity, inclusion, equity, and wellness throughout our entire workforce.

If you have questions about reporting or need help finding resources, please contact Associate Chair of RadOnc Equity and Wellness, Kelly Paradis, PhD.

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Report Discrimination or Harassment 

Sexual and gender-based misconduct reporting and resources at the University of Michigan: All members of the U-M community are encouraged to report sexual and gender-based misconduct to the university, to the police or both. In this section, you can find out about how to report to the university and/or to law enforcement, and about how the university handles the reports it receives. All of the confidential resources listed on this site for students and faculty and staff are available to you whether or not you decide to make a report.

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Counseling for Michigan Medicine Employees

Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience (OCWR): The Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience (OCWR) provides confidential, no-cost, compassionate, evidence-based counseling, consultation, and debriefing services to all Michigan Medicine faculty and staff. To make an appointment, phone 734-763-5409, or Email.

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Peer Support for RadOnc Employees

Compassionate Peers and Stress Support (COMPASS) Network: Michigan Medicine offers a Peer Support Network for team members who have experienced adverse events or other distressing clinical encounters. The network is specifically designed to offer emotional support by connecting affected team members with a trusted peer. The peer supporter will offer opportunities to meet for conversation, support, and referrals to additional resources, as needed. The program is confidential. Even those who are not currently experiencing emotional or physical symptoms may find it valuable to take the time to connect with a peer supporter. You may also email your questions or request support at PeerSupport

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Mental Health Services for House Officers

House Officer Mental Health Program (HOMHP): The HOMHP provides a range of mental health services, provided by psychiatrists, to a large number of house officers in all disciplines; documentation is not through MiChart.

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Counseling for U-M Students

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Services: Counseling and Psychological Services for all University of Michigan students, run through central campus.

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Well-Being Help Center for the U-M Community At-Large

The Wellness Office offers Individual and group support; community resources; front line workers; support for clinical care, education research and leaders; and working remotely.

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