Participant recruitment for long-term health conditions study
Research help needed - young people's perspectives on the impact of their long term physical health condition/disability
Research at the University of Cambridge needs students age 16-25 with long-term physical health conditions, illness or disabilities to complete a fifteen minute, online survey about education, wellbeing and support. To take part, you must attend school, college or university (full or part-time), including professional training such as nursing, teaching etc. For more information or to take part, please follow the link:
The aim of the Disability Service (and the wider Student Support Service) is to assist students so that they are able to realise their potential, participate fully in university life and be well prepared for their future. These pages provide a guide to the services offered to disabled students and those seeking assessment for specific learning difficulties.
Our services are available to all students who have a condition that has a 'substantial adverse effect on the conduct of daily life' ('disability' as defined by the Equality Act 2010). In the university context this includes reading, writing, attendance at lectures, taking exams, making notes, working in groups, giving presentations and so forth.
You can make an appointment to see a Disability Adviser by contacting the Student Support Centre Reception on 01603 592761 or via email email@example.com or you can complete a self-referral form that allows you to let us know what your specific question or difficulty is. Please follow this link to access the form.
Initial appointments may last up to 50 minutes and subsequent appointments will be made according to need.
Click here for the details of the Disability Liaison Officers (DLOs) for 2016/17. DLOs are academics in your schools of study and can help you with matters related to your course and effects of disability or specific learning difficulty.