The Peer Support Programme (see poster below) is a scheme run across the University by the Counselling Service. A team of students from the JCR and MCR, across a range of years and subjects, have been trained in active listening support - and you can contact either should you wish to speak with them. They are trained to help with welfare concerns and work to strict confidentiality rules. They have access to a range of resources they can refer you to, or can spend some time with you to support you through hard times.
Peer supporters abide by a Code of Practice, attend regular supervisions to consolidate their training and develop their skills, and are available to be contacted for any difficulty big or small you might encounter during term. They are available to talk to any student confidentially. They can also be found at teas and events organised by the JCR and MCR.
For Trinity Term 2022:
Leo Typrak (Peer Support Co-ordinator)
Amongst our Peer supporters we have Peers of colour and Rainbow Peers, as well as Peer supports who are members of both the JCR and the MCR.
LMH is passionate about nurturing a supportive and healthy environment for our whole community. We have a team of health professionals, tutors, support staff, and students dedicated to provide help and advice. These pages introduce you to the wellbeing team and their roles. The Oxford University Student Union's Student Advice Service is also a great resource. On this page, see who does what for wellbeing, and how you can contact them.
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Acting Head of Welfare
Reverend Andrew Foreshew-Cain is available to discuss matters of welfare or academic life with any student. You can contact him at email@example.com or on 07812453230.
College Nurse/Welfare Advisor
If you are unwell and it is not Covid related make contact with the college Nurse who is available Monday 08.30-13:00 and Tuesday - Friday 08.30-15:00. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 07595003239.
You can also contact Banbury road medical centre Monday - Friday 08.00-18.00. Tel: 01865 515731
Out of hours call NHS 111 or in an Emergency dial 999.
Student Support Co-ordinator
Clare Atkin is part of the Academic Office team and it is her role to facilitate the academic support of both undergraduate and postgraduate students with registered disabilities throughout the student’s academic life cycle – starting when they come to interview, through to when they sit their final examinations, in liaison with the Disability Advisory Service. Clare is also Secretary to both Welfare Committee and Grants Committee.
You can email Clare at email@example.com.
If you need information about well-being and are not sure where to go, contact Lodge staff at 01865 274300. You should also contact them immediately if there is any medical emergency or cause for serious worry. They will be able to direct you to the right person. The Lodge is staffed 24/7; it is always a good place to go if you need a quick chat.
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The Dean manages College discipline, but with the aim of fostering a supportive environment and maintaining an inclusive and friendly College community, so that everyone can get the most out of their academic work as well as their free time. Dr Mike Fraser is always happy to hear from students who have any concerns - firstname.lastname@example.org or 01865 283343
The Academic Office can help with any practical questions relating to your studies. They also manage disability-related matters and special exam arrangements.
Dr Anne Mullen, Senior Tutor - email@example.com
Dr Fiona Spensley, Tutor for Graduates - firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Boase-Davies, Academic Registrar - email@example.com
Clare Charlesworth, Graduate Admissions - firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Students and Disability Coordinator - email@example.com
Clare Atkin, Student Support Co-ordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting Student Administrator - email@example.com
Assistant Welfare Dean
Vânia Pinto provides confidential welfare support and is available at 07478656574 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Moreover, she can also direct students to appropriate resources for other issues. To note that no issue is too little or too big.
The Junior Welfare Deans, Joana Perrone, Cori Campbell, Kyla Smith and Graham Reid are also an invaluable support for welfare issues. They are graduate students at LMH who are trained to provide welfare support and they also assist the Dean in maintaining a safe and secure environment within the community. You can contact them at email@example.com.
JCR and MCR Welfare Support
Welfare representatives support the well-being of their peers and they help to promote welfare in the college. They will also be able to direct you to people who are trained to help with particular issues. They have access to a range of free resources which students can take advantage of such as condoms, tampons, pregnancy tests and rape alarms - all of which will be dealt with confidentially
For JCR, contact:
Georgia Colgrave - JCR (non-male) Welfare Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Seaman - JCR (non-female) Welfare Officer - email@example.com.
For MCR, contact:
Chloe Wilson and Amy Kerr - MCR Welfare Officers - firstname.lastname@example.org