Health and wellbeing are key elements of your studies and college life at Robinson. Recognising the importance of the link between being well and learning well, the College has both a dedicated Wellbeing Team and a Wellbeing Centre.
The Robinson Wellbeing Team offers professional health and wellbeing support to all students, and plays a key role in the College’s whole-community approach to student wellbeing. We can help students with navigating referrals, signposting and links where NHS or specialist support services are best placed to meet the needs of the student. We are friendly, approachable and here to support students fulfil their potential at Robinson.
Karen Tate, Head of Wellbeing leads the College’s strategic approach to student wellbeing, and provides wellbeing or mental health advice or support for students. Wellbeing support might involve developing strategies or tools to help with functioning well or feeling good, helping with referrals or accessing NHS or specialist services, or being in touch to discuss any wellbeing, mental health or life challenges that may be impacting on your student experience.
Anne Considine, College Nurse offers confidential help with a range of health and welfare needs. This includes assessment, advice and support for minor injuries and illnesses as well as support with wellbeing concerns, worries and mental health conditions. If you are unwell, let the Porters know and they will contact the College Nurse or book direct with College Nurse.
Telephone: 01223 339136
Times: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 09:00 -17:30 though there is some flexibility according to need.
Please email the nurse if you wish to discuss anything and the nurse will arrange to call you back.
NB College Surgery is not usually open vacation time.
Rev’d Dr Simon Perry, Chaplain supports the welfare of all students, staff and Fellows. As Chaplain and a member of the Wellbeing Team, Simon can offer a supportive, listening ear in confidence to students.
Support is available from the Robinson Wellbeing Team Monday to Friday during daytime office hours. To contact us with any questions or concerns, or to book an appointment, you can contact the team at email@example.com
For urgent support on evenings and weekends, contact the Porter's Lodge in the first instance to speak with a College staff member who can help you with identifying next steps. You can drop in to the Lodge in person, or contact the Porters by telephone: 01223 339100