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The Radcliffe Department of Medicine is committed to eliminating bullying and harassment.

There are the anti-bullying and harassment resources available to everyone within RDM, and the University anti-bullying policy.

There are a number of specific student resources.

The Student Wellbeing and Mental Health Strategy adopts a holistic approach to mental health and wellbeing – covering all aspects of students’ university experience – from learning and life skills to community, inclusion, and support.

Oxford Against Sexual Violence is a joint campaign between the University and Oxford University’s student union, Oxford SU, sending a clear message that sexual harassment and violence of any form is unacceptable.

RDM has a number of Harassment Advisors who are there to help. Their details can be found at on the main pages of the RDM website.

For a wider list of welfare and wellbeing resources, please check the University of Oxford website, contact your Graduate Advisor, or anyone within the Graduate Studies Committee.