Is my contact with the Wellbeing Service confidential?


Contact with the Wellbeing Service is confidential unless there is a serious risk of harm or a student gives us explicit consent to share need to know information.

There may be times when it is in your best interests for us to be able to share relevant information about you with others. For example, contacting your GP if you are unwell or liaising with your department to ensure the right support is in place. Unless there is an emergency, before we can discuss, or pass information to anyone outside of the Wellbeing Service, we require your written consent that you are happy for us to do so.

Inclusive Student Support Services Privacy Statement

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