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Health services available to NTU students

Sexual Health Clinic 

This service is for students only and held at The Student Health Centre every Thursday morning from 10:00am - 12:15am. For sexual health appointments at Radford Medical Practice please book a routine appointment with one of our nurses.

'Making Every Contact Count' (MECC)

The 'Making Every Contact Count' (MECC) is a list of useful contacts and information available to Nottingham Trent University students click here to find out more.

Associated with this MECC project is the 'Hope Support Services' which has a student pack you can view here which aims to help 'Coping with University life through a family health crisis' 

Unsure of where to go when unwell?

Sometimes it's confusing where to go for treatment when you are unwell, you just want to know the best way to get better as soon as possible. Below is a quick link showing the most appropriate service to use depending on your illness:

Where To Go

Nottingham Trent Uni Health & Wellbeing service

https://www4.ntu.ac.uk/student_services/health_wellbeing/

Nottingham Recovery College sessions at NTU

Student Health Development have teamed up with Nottingham Recovery College who will be running a series of on campus wellness sessions. All the information and booking is now on a very useful web page. Please direct further bookings through to the website: 

http://www.nottinghamshirehealthcare.nhs.uk/ntu-recovery-college

Student Minds

Student Minds are transforming the state of student mental health so all in higher education can thrive. Watch their new video to find out about the charity's work.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDJuJ_nI0f8

'First Steps' Eating Disorder Support Service

We are starting a new eating disorders service for students starting from the new term called 'First Steps':

http://firststepsderbyshire.co.uk/

First steps has provided a useful Youtube video explaining what the service they offer is all about (see below):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoosKT0VLA0

Exam stress?

NTU offered a service SOS - stomp out stress. This is a campaign designed to help reduce stress during exam periods. Although the program has now finished there are still some useful tips click here to view them.

 
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