BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science (Physiological Sciences) Stage 2 Direct Entry Student Induction 2019

Please refer back to this page during your Induction week in case of last minute changes.

It is a good idea to:

•   read before you arrive
•   follow any links and check instructions
•   bring with you any documents, etc where these are specified.

Some documents may need to be returned to the University before you arrive.

If you have not already done so, please upload a photograph of yourself using the e@applicant page: https://eservices.plymouth.ac.uk/app/ following the online instructions. 


This photo will appear on your University Card, which is issued to you during your induction. Without this photo, your University Card cannot be produced and will be delayed getting to you. You will need ID when you pick up your University Card and the only form of ID is your passport. Please see our University Card Collection web page for further information: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/student-life/new-students/induction/your-university-card

NB: this is not required if you already have a University Card because you were previously a student on another course or at a Partner College. Your University Card will remain valid for the duration of your studies at Plymouth University.


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  • Various locations, please see text

  • Various locations, please see text

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Monday 16 September 2019

1400 – 1500 Welcome with Gail Rees and Kris Jeremy – Room C5, Portland Square Building

1430 – 1500 Campus tour with Gail Rees. Meet outside Room C5, Portland Square Building

1530 – 1700 Introduction to the library with Chris Johns – Plymouth Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building

A presentation from your subject librarian introducing you to the facilities and services of the University library

Thursday 19 September 2019

1300 – 1400 Professionalism with Simon Fox – Main Hall, Davy Building

1500 – 1530 the Plymouth Award with Annette Goddard and Kris Jeremy – Main Hall, Davy Building

1530 – 1630 Safety with Phil Warburton and Matthew Hoddinott – Main Hall, Davy Building

1630 – 1730 Introduction to IT services and student portal with Simon Fox – Robbins Centre, Robbins Lecture Theatre

Friday 21 September 2019

0900 - 1100 ID card collection - Room B111, B Block Portland Square Building

1100 – 1330 Introduction to the School of Biomedical Sciences – Lecture Theatre, Robbins Building

Find out about the teaching and research activities going on in our School. A chance to meet the staff who will be teaching you and chat to some current students over refreshments.


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GP REGISTRATION

5 top reasons to ensure you register with the on-campus medical centre…

1. Quick and easy access to health services. You may not expect to get ill and probably won’t, but don’t create a problem for yourself. Registering is especially important if you have ongoing health conditions such as diabetes, asthma or epilepsy.

2. Contraception – from free condoms to longer term contraception solution such as implants and IUDs.

3. Access to counselling services – are you feeling lonely and overwhelmed by this new chapter in your life? Talk in confidence to your GP who can put you in touch with the right support services for you.

4. Vaccinations – check your vaccinations are up to date and also get any vaccinations you may need for travelling abroad.

5. We offer you easy access to services both on our on-campus medical centre and also at our main surgery which is walking distance from the University Medical Centre.


To register online please visit the University Medical and Wellbeing Centre

For further information please telephone – 01752 222341 (Mon-Fri 8.30am - 5.00pm)

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