Five St George’s academics have been recognised for their contribution to healthcare research at the University’s annual Research Day.
An interdisciplinary project to review leadership teaching for St George’s Undergraduate students
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Each year, St George’s runs sexual consent and bystander training for new students. This is part of our wider 'George's Draw the Line' campaign, to promote a positive, respectful, St George's community.
Our Draw the Line workshops are designed to raise awareness of sexual violence and harassment in higher education and begin an important dialogue about community standards here at St George’s. They’re also an important opportunity to discuss how we can best support each other.
It’s everyone’s responsibility to help draw the line.
Incoming students will be sent training materials prior to the start of their programme.
If you’re a continuing student and would be interested in being a Peer Tutor for the new academic year, please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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