Department of Family & Community Medicine

Dealing with Threatening or Concerning Behaviour

I feel threatened or harassed.

If you are concerned about immediate or impending harm to yourself or someone else, please seek immediate assistance from onsite security or other authorities. If there is no onsite security, call 911. After you have dealt with any immediate concerns, DFCM encourages you to consider addressing the issue you experienced using the following resources:

Contact your Site Program Director/Administrator or Chief Resident

University Policies

Guidelines - Addressing Intimidation and Harassment (PDF)
The Education and Learning Environment at UT-PGME, October 2012
Office of Resident Wellness, University of Toronto,
Postgraduate Medical Education, 416-946-3074,

Sexual Harassment Protocol (PDF)
University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine

Sexual Harassment Policy and Procedures,(PDF)
University of Toronto Sexual Harassment Office, 416-978-3908

Other Resources

Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office
University of Toronto, 416-978-1259

Community Safety Office 
University of Toronto, 416-978-1485

Professional Association of Residents of Ontario (PARO) 24 Hour help line