Policies

Christ Church policies can be accessed from the menu on the left.

Alternatively, click here to view the University's Statutes, Regulations, Policies and Codes of Practice.

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

From the College Nurse – COVID-19:

Self- care if you become ill:

1. Stay in your room and ring 111 for advice but also notify the Lodge and the College Nurse/College GP.   The Lodge will notify the Academic Office and the Steward so that your tutors and housekeeping etc. can be informed.  Please give the Lodge your name, room no and contact details and let them know if you have contacted your next of kin.

2.  You should always keep first aid items from the chemist in your room including:

Paracetamol, ibuprofen and/or cold and flu remedy

Thermometer

Bandage

Plasters

3. Always keep a supply of water in your room and a variety of food stuffs like cup-of-soup, instant noodles, bottled smoothies, yoghurt and fruit.

4. In the event Covid-19 becomes widespread the above items may be difficult to get so BE PREPARED, stock up now and make sure you have enough medication for x 14 days. 

5. Update any repeat prescriptions.

6. If you don’t have any food you can drink tap water in your room and simple meals will be delivered to your door in disposable containers that you can dispose of in the      

rubbish bags .

7. Housekeeping will leave empty rubbish bags outside your door and you must double-bag up your rubbish and leave it IN YOUR ROOM. It will be properly disposed of when you have recovered.

8. Wash your hands regularly; cover your nose and mouth if you cough or sneeze and dispose of tissues in the bin – Catch It, Kill It, Bin It!

9. You may go home if you live in the UK but only if a family member collects you by private car.

10. Check online for news updates and on the Christ Church welfare pages and the Lodge for updates and information.

11.  Please read the attached document which gives you helpful advice including what to do if you don’t have an en suite bathroom and have shared facilities

Travel and Updates:

Review your Easter vacation plans and check the FCO website for travel advice and the following for updates as the situation is evolving:

https://www.gov.uk/health-and-social-care/public-health

If you have recently returned from an infected area (see the list in the above link), whether or not you have symptoms, you are advised to self-isolate for 14 days and follow the home isolation advice issued by Public Health England

If you develop symptoms of cough or fever or shortness of breath, you should call NHS 111 to inform them of your recent travel to the country.