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You can find information on training, transfer and confirmation assessments, progress reports and dispensations from the regulations can be found on the Medical Sciences Division's Canvas webpages.

You should also familiarise yourself with the Bodleian Health Care Libraries' information.


Every student must read the Graduate Handbook 2023-2024 and read the department's key policies (especially those on harassment and academic integrity). 

The departmental Welfare Contact is Dr Leen Van Broeck, Academic Administration Manager, supported by Ms Katharine Ware, Academic Administration Officer. Access information about welfare resources and contacts.

The departmental Welfare Reps for 2023/24 are: Year 1: Ke (Michael) Li ( and Sana Zuberi (; Year 2: Sasha Tinelli (; Year 3: Pranav Mahajan ( Welfare Reps are students who have been trained to provide help and support to fellow students, and promote positive wellbeing practices in the department.

For  information on Peer Support at NDCN you can follow this link.

The departmental Disability Lead is Dr Helen Higham and the Disability Coordinator Dr Leen Van Broeck, Academic Administration Manager. Find out more about these roles.

Student Space, provided by the charity Student Minds provides a dedicated hub for resources, tips and information to help students during the start of the new academic year. There is also a digital support pack available.