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Promoting a Hospital Free of Harassment and Discrimination

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At the most fundamental level, the NIH Clinical Center’s mission is about the respect for human life. All of us – patients, staff, and visitors – have a right to be in a safe environment, free of hostility or harassment.

The NIH and Clinical Center encourages employees, contractors, trainees and visitors to create a workplace free of harassment and discrimination and to come forward if you believe you’ve been harassed in the workplace. We are partners in medical discovery, and we want to ensure the safety of everyone at the Clinical Center in order to continue providing hope through pioneering clinical research to improve human health.

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This page last updated on 10/02/2019

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