"The act of detachment, the virtue of method, the quality of thoroughness, and the grace of humility." -Sir William Osler
As a UCLA medical student, I recognize that it is a great privilege and responsibility to study medicine. When I entered this school, I undertook the task of maintaining a certain standard of conduct not only as a student, but also as a future professional.
Each student should strive to develop and maintain personal honor and integrity as well as compassionate and ethical behavior. It is the responsibility and duty of each student to achieve these ideals. Rather than an inclusive listing, the honor code outlines the behavior and ideals that we medical students believe to be important; student should strive to progress beyond these guidelines.
Respect for Others
I will endeavor to uphold these principles in both letter and spirit.
Please note that in addition to all of the School of Medicine Policies, the UCLA Student Conduct Code also applies to all students enrolled in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.Please go here for more information: http://www.deanofstudents.ucla.edu/Student-Conduct-Code