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Student anonymous reporting tool

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Student anonymous reporting tool

BSMS is committed to challenging all forms of harassment and discrimination. We encourage students to report incidents they have experienced or witnessed.

Students can use the anonymous reporting tool below or can contact the Student Advice team to speak to a Welfare Adviser. If you are not sure which course of action to take, please consult the flowchart below. 

Please note that BSMS will not be able to answer to anonymous reports, but each case will be read carefully and action will be taken to improve the experiences of students wherever possible. We will use the information that we collect to make positive changes within the school and to monitor and evaluate the school's culture and environment to make BSMS a more inclusive place to study and learn.  

This form has been created for the use of Brighton and Sussex Medical School students only.

 

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REPORTING FLOWCHART

If you're not sure what course of action to take, please consult our downloadable flowchart

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CONTACT STUDENT ADVICE

Contact the BSMS Student Advice tean if you would like to speak to a Student Welfare Adviser

REPORTING HARRASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION AND OPPRESSION

BSMS is committed to challenging racism, sexism, homophobia, ableism, transphobia and all forms of harassment and discrimination. We encourage students to report incidents they have experienced or witnessed. Ideally, we hope that students will approach the Student Advice team; however, we recognise that sometimes students prefer to report anonymously.

This tool is not a replacement for Student Advice and if you have any urgent concerns or issues you must use our Student Advice channels as your first point of contact, for more information please visit our Student Advice pages.

The anonymous reporting tool is for students who would like to anonymously report an incident. However, please note that we will not be able to identify you or contact you directly and therefore it is unlikely that we will be able to initiate an investigation or formal process about your concerns.

If you would prefer to report an incident anonymously to tell us about any form of bullying, harassment or discrimination experienced or witnessed within BSMS, please complete the form below. Anonymous reports will be regularly monitored and, where possible, acted upon. These reports will help us to gather data and to capture patterns of behaviour within the medical school. If you're not sure which is the most appropriate course of action to take, please consult the above flowchart.

 

ADVICE SERVICES AT OUR PARTNER UNIVERSITIES

Student advice services offered at the Universities of Brighton and Sussex.

University of Brighton:  

Disability Coordinator - email disability@brighton.ac.uk 
Careers Service - email careers@brighton.ac.uk 
Counselling Service - email counsellingfalmer@brighton.ac.uk  
Chaplaincy - email I.Wallis@brighton.ac.uk 
Students’ Union - email helloBSU@brighton.ac.uk 
International Support team - please click here for further information

University of Sussex: 

Careers Service - email careers@sussex.ac.uk 
Psychological & Counselling services - email counsellingreception@sussex.ac.uk 
Chaplaincy - email j.s.thorogood@sussex.ac.uk 
Students’ Union - email advice@ussu.sussex.ac.uk