This guidance is intended to acknowledge and address some of the concerns raised in the recent SCMH Survey.
We consider key issues regarding the welcoming of new Staff & Students, Mentorship and development, Mental Well-being, and easy access to key information.
We have a school online induction portal which holds key information and processes. All line managers are encouraged to be present on the day of new staff/students' first day at the school to help them familiarise themselves with their new working environment and support them in becoming part of our team.
SCMH considers the career development of our early career researchers in everything we do. Every principal investigator in SCMH has signed a declaration to abide by the 12 P's for PI's principles and they are proudly displayed in our main corridor, in induction materials, and on our web pages. Within the school and have various platforms to support mentoring.
Fellowship Opportunities in Cardiovascular Science: FOCuS
Health and wellbeing is a central concerns that we aim to maintain and improve through key initiatives addressing the needs of all.
Bullying, discrimination and harassment:
Access to Information
We have fully redesigned our Athena swan site to better inform and support all SCMH members. We are currently undergoing a redesign of the main SCMH site to make this more accessible also, this will be launched in the new year
If you can't find what you are looking we would love to have your feedback. You can email us @ scmh-Athenaswan@glasgow.ac.uk or you can submit feedback/suggestions anonymously through the below