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Disability Advice for Students

The University has a Common Framework for Supporting Disabled Students. The Radcliffe Department of Medicine supports and follows this framework.

In accordance with the Common Framework, RDM has appointed a Disability Lead who has strategic oversight of provision for disabled students within RDM and a Disability Coordinator who coordinates and oversees implementation of provision for disabled students.

The Disability Lead for RDM is Prof Deborah Gill.

The Disability Coordinator for RDM is Bob Mahoney.

Students should normally contact Bob Mahoney for advice in the first instance.

Disability Advisory Service

The University's Disability Advisory Service provides information and advice on disability issues at Oxford and facilitates support for students with disabilities. This includes, for example, students with sensory or mobility impairments, long-term health conditions, specific learning difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions or mental health difficulties.