Staff members who feel unsafe while they are working, or have been involved in a dispute or have been exposed to undesirable behaviour, or who are concerned about scientific integrity can contact a confidential adviser. A confidential advisor will listen to what you have to say and will discuss the ways in which the situation can be resolved.
The adviser will examine your report and assist you in the subsequent steps. For example, by calling in a mediator or submitting a complaint to the Complaints Committee. At Radboud University and Radboud university medical center, we make a distinction between confidential advisors for undesirable behaviour and confidential advisors for academic staff/doctoral candidates.
Different confidential advisors
There are different confidential advisors who deal with different issues, check out the infographic under this section for this. You can reach the confidants at vertrouwenspersonen [at] ru.nl.