Student Representation

The Department is required and committed to provide suitable mechanisms for the representation of students’ views and opinions. There are many formal and informal channels which allow this to take place.

If you attend departmental meetings as the student representative, you will be entitled to claim for your travel expenses. If the meeting clashes with a timetabled session, you will not be counted as ‘absent’; however you will be required to inform your lecturer of your whereabouts during this time.

Students on programmes with a practice component should note that, if the meeting falls within placement time, you should organise your clinical time so that you do not miss practice hours.

The Department has a large student representative system. The roles of these representatives vary. They represent the diverse structure of the Department.

Student reps have certain responsibilities:

  • to identify student concerns and gauge opinions of their fellow students
  • to keep students informed of current issues in the Department and report back on meetings attended
  • to attend departmental meetings and bring student issues to those meetings
  • to liaise with other reps of the Department of Health Sciences

 

UGT and programmes leading to professional registration

UGT and programmes leading to professional registration Departmental Representative

Susan Birkitt - email sab593@york.ac.uk

Programme and stageStudent nameEmail
Year one BA (Hons) Midwifery Practice    
Year one BA (Hons) Midwifery Practice    
Year two BA (Hons) Midwifery Practice    
Year two BA (Hons) Midwifery Practice    
Year three BA (Hons) Midwifery Practice Emilia Freeman ef812@york.ac.uk
Year three BA (Hons) Midwifery Practice    
Year one BSc (Hons) Nursing Vacant  
Year one BSc (Hons) Nursing Vacant  
Year two BSc (Hons) Nursing Vacant  
Year three BSc (Hons) Nursing Noalala Faith Ndlovu nn608@york.ac.uk
Year three BSc (Hons) Nursing Vacant  
Year three BSc (Hons) Nursing Jacob Husband jmh584@york.ac.uk 
MNursing Stage 1 Vacant  
MNursing Stage 1 Vacant  
MNursing Stage 2 Emily Millington-Clark eimc500@york.ac.uk
MNursing Stage 2 Nishathri Reynolds wlnr500@york.ac.uk
MNursing stage 3 Megan Chafer mc1689@york.ac.uk
MNursing Stage 4 Vacant  
MNursing Stage 4 Vacant  
PG Diploma in Nursing Stage 2/3 Francesca Hartley fch502@york.ac.uk

 

 

 

PGT and PGR programmes

Postgraduate Departmental Representative

Claire Gill - email crm552@york.ac.uk

Programme and stageStudent nameEmail
Year one Postgraduate Certificate in Health Research and Statistics Vacant  
Year two Postgraduate Certificate in Health Research and Statistics Joseph Yates jry504@york.ac.uk
Full time route Master of Public Health Vacant  
Part time route Master of Public Health Philip Truby pjt514@york.ac.uk
Part time route Year one MSc in Applied Health Research Vacant  
Part time route Year two MSc in Applied Health Research Lucy Beresford lb1691@york.ac.uk
Year one PhD in Health Sciences Vacant  
Year two PhD in Health Sciences Rebecca Haythorne rh1631@york.ac.uk
Year three PhD in Health Sciences Vacant  
Year four PhD in Health Sciences Vacant  
MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs Vacant  
MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs (Part time distance learning) Year 1 Vacant  
MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs (Part time distance learning) Year 2 Vacant  
PGDip Advanced Clinical Practice Vacant