Health & Care

Health & Care

The Dean and Junior Deans

The Dean, Professor Richard Bailey, has several key responsibilities in College, overseeing student welfare and discipline. The Dean is also Senior Treasurer of Clubs, advising on sporting and other clubs in College and custodian of the clubs finances, in consultation with student captains and club organisers.

In dealing with welfare and disciplinary matters, the Dean is assisted by resident Junior Deans, who can also often act as a first line of communication between the students and the Dean, and who are fully qualified to advise on personal welfare matters.

The Dean can also be contacted (to make an appointment, for example) through his PA, Mrs Lizzie Andrews lizzie.andrews@stcatz.ox.ac.uk Tel: +44 1865 271701
 
The Junior Deans are:

For further details please see the Junior Deans Poster displayed on each staircase in the College.

Welfare Reps

In addition to the Junior Deans, our JCR has Male and Female Welfare Reps:

2016/17

2017/18

and our MCR also has Male and Female Welfare Reps:

Medical Staff

The College Nurse, Clare Woolcott, attends in College every day and is the initial contact in cases of minor illness or accident and acts in consultation with the College Doctor, Dr Naomi Drury, who has a surgery in the centre of Oxford (and see below for details).

College Nurse Hours:

Monday 8:30 – 11:30
Tuesday 13:00 – 16:00
Wednesday 8:30 – 11:30
Thursday 13:00 – 16:00
Friday 13:00 – 16:00

Medical Centre location:

Room 1, Staircase 1
Tel: +44 1865 271719
clare.woolcott@stcatz.ox.ac.uk

Dr Naomi Drury
College Doctor
9 King Edward Street, Oriel Square
Tel: +44 1865 242657
Monday to Friday 8.30 am - 6.00 pm

Advice

When students seek advice about personal problems, they can also approach one of the panel of College Advisors, who include both a male and a female Fellow who are also Harassment Advisors. For other matters, students can contact the University Student Counselling Service which is staffed by qualified counsellors.

The student welfare services are explained in detail in the Medical and Personal section of the Information and Regulations for Members of College which is issued to all students.

The College Advisors are:

For information about University services please see the Health and Welfare section of the Student Gateway.

Disability

St Catherine’s is committed to providing effective support so all our students may achieve their academic potential. As such, we are signed up to the principles of the University’s Common Framework for Supporting Disabled Students, and we work closely with the University's Disability Advisory Service (DAS) to offer information, assistance and support to students with any disability that may impact on their academic, social or residential experience at Oxford.

Overseeing St Catherine’s provision is the Academic Registrar, Cressida Chappell, who acts as Disability Lead and Co-ordinator.

In our experience, support can be most effective if we are provided with the details of any disability or chronic condition as soon as possible. If you are coming to study at St Catherine’s and have not yet disclosed a disability or chronic condition, we encourage you to get in touch with Georgina Heywood (Email: georgina.heywood@admin.ox.ac.uk), the Disability Officer at the DAS who is linked to St Catherine’s, and also to complete the DAS Registration & Study Support Form as soon as possible. All disclosures are treated confidentially. Prospective applicants and current students are encouraged to contact the St Catherine’s Disability Lead and Co-ordinator, Cressida Chappell (Email: college.office@stcatz.ox.ac.uk), or take a look at the Disability Advisory Service website for further information.