Staff health and wellbeing resources
As part of the School of Medicine family, we recognise our staff need to be supported in all aspects of wellbeing in order to grow and flourish at work. The University is committed to ensuring that staff have a safe, healthy and enjoyable place to work, including free access to our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), offering a range of services including counselling.
If you have any wellbeing issues or questions about support available, please do not hesitate to reach out to your Line Manager, a preferred colleague at the School, or the Wellbeing team to learn more about the many programmes and resources available.
Directing students to wellbeing resources
Support is available for students when they need it. Know where to direct them so they can access the resources available and contact the team that is best placed to offer help.
The School has its own dedicated Wellbeing team that understands the unique experience of studing on the MBChB programme. They provide individual appointments, support over the phone or by email, and are on hand at important times such as during the assessment season or on results day. They also run wellbeing focused events and activities throughout the academic year.
- Direct students to the Wellbeing area (link) of the student intranet
Every student is supported by an Academic Advisor throghout the course, as well as having the opportunity to attend study skills sessions, organised by the University Library, along with study sessions and peer to peer teaching initiatives.
- Direct students to the Academic support (link) page of the student intranet
There are a number of different funding opportunities available to students to support them in their studies and while on placement.
- Direct students to the Financial support (link) page of the student intranet
Library & Resources
The University of Liverpool Library provides plenty of study opportunities, both in person and online, as well as specialist resources for student doctors.
- Direct students to the Library & Resources (link) area of the student intranet
- Send them straight to the Medicine homepage (link) of UoL library
We offer a variety of support options for students, and we ask that you please report all concerns about a student, however small.
- Visit the Sharing Concerns (link) area
Student doctors have the chance to be a part of different mentoring schemes to provide or benefit from the support of peers. These include the School's own scheme, that of the University or of various medical Societies.
- Direct students to the Mentor Schemes (link) page of the student intranet
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