School Policies

The John A. Burns School of Medicine is part of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa campus and is guided by Board of Regents Policies and UH Executive Policies, and UH Mānoa Policies.

As a State of Hawaiʻi public institution, it is also governed by all Hawaiʻi revised statutes and rules of law.

Governing Policies

School Policies

MD Program Policies

Graduate and Professional Students

GME Policies and Guidelines

The John A. Burns School of Medicine, as the Sponsoring Institution, follows ACGME Institutional Requirements and ensures that its ACGME-accredited programs are in substantial compliance with the Institutional, Common, and specialty-specific Program Requirements and the ACGME Policies and Procedures. 

Policies and Guidelines:

Additional Helpful Forms/Links:

  • Title IX - Additional information, policies, and procedures related to Title IX, Gender Equity, Sexual Harassment, and Non-Discrimination can be found on the JABSOM and the University of Hawaii Office of Title IX websites.
  • JABSOM Media Release Form
  • For HRP health system employment-related policies, please refer to the HRP or Health System Employment Handbook and specific Resident/Fellow Appointment Agreements.

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