Clinical Placements Update

Dear students and staff colleagues,

You should continue to attend external placements unless your individual placement organisation has decided to temporarily suspend placements. We believe that the individual organisations are best placed to evaluate their specific situation and will make wise decisions with everyone’s health and well-being in mind (patients, staff and students). The provision of some level of mental health services will need to remain – even in the current circumstances.

Please liaise with David Spektor and Angie Jackman if there are changes to your placement arrangements. For those students whose placements are interrupted, we will consider how we can address this when we know the full extent of the impact (or at least when this becomes clearer).

Primary contacts:

MPsych(Clinical Psychology) students: David Spektor

MPsych(Clinical Neuropsychology) students: Angie Jackman

Last updated : 23 Mar 2020

Selective suspension of some clinical placements for a limited period

Student placements are an integral part of a clinical education and we are thankful that our strong relationship with our many healthcare partners, big and small, allow us to offer world-class education to 3,600 students via over 261,000 placement days.

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