Welfare is something many students take for granted until something happens to threaten their own well-being. Therefore: Wise up on your Welfare.
There are so many sources of advice, support and help out there. Take your time to look over them so you know what is out there for you when you need it most!
Focus On: Alcohol
Dr Mirza, A&E Consultant at West Mid has agreed to come back for an open lecture about what problems Alcohol has caused in his A&E department.SAF G16 5pm on Tuesday 22 January
What are they for?
Personal Tutors are allocated to all students to be a point of contact whilst at University. Non-clinical tutors are provided to all UG medical and biomedical students, whilst all clinical students receive a new clinical tutor.
Personal Tutors come in handy with welfare issues but they are always available to give advice on careers, studying methods etc.
Interested in Student Welfare?
Otherwise pop Steve, the ICSMSU Welfare Officer an email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 1 FEO Drop-In Sessions
Most Friday Lunchtime