Clinical Education Development and Research (CEDAR): General Information

Access to Buildings

Washington Singer Laboratories and the adjacent Sir Henry Wellcome Building are home to the CEDAR programmes. Washington Singer Laboratories:

  • Reception opening hours are 9am – 4.45pm term time.
  • Building opening hours are 8am – 7.30pm. 

If you wish to access the building out of hours please contact your Programme Administrator for advice. 

Contact Details

Programme members are responsible for keeping their contact details and home address up to date. Any changes should be made via the MyExeter portal and the Student Record tab, and programme members should also make sure that their Programme Administrator is kept informed of any changes.

Information on programme administrators may be found in individual programme handbooks. Alternatively, please consult our CEDAR Professional Services profiles webpages or details on the CEDAR Support team webpages.

Communication

E-mail is generally used for day-to-day communication. The e-mail addresses for the programme team are listed at the front of  programme handbooks.  Programme members will all have a University of Exeter e-mail account and this will be used by the programme team and the University for any communication about the programme. 

Programme members should ensure they check this account regularly; this can be done through the “iExeter” login from the University’s homepage.

A group email will be set up for programme members and can be used for sending messages, asking questions and raising issues. The Programme Administrator will notify programme staff and trainees of the group email address at the start of the course.

IT Facilities

There are numerous PCs with scanning and printing facilities available for programme members’ use within Psychology.

In addition, all the PCs in rooms 220 and 221 are available for programme members’ use in conjunction with undergraduates in Psychology.  In term time these computers are subject to heavy use, although in University holidays they are underused.  Software for PCs is available from the Psychology IT Department.

The University has many additional IT facilities.  Please see the following links for more information:

Psychology Officers

Psychology has the following officers who can be approached to discuss relevant issues:

Women Student Advice: Lamprini Psychogiou (L.Psychogiou@exeter.ac.uk)
Mature Student Advice: Avril Mewse (A.J.Mewse@exeter.ac.uk)
Disability Liaison Officers: Gill Golding (G.A.Golding@exeter.ac.uk) and Helen Clarke (H.Clarke@exeter.ac.uk)

Bikes

The University of Exeter encourages a green transport scheme. There is a bike rack at the front of Washington Singer Laboratories.

Showers

There are showers available in both the ground floor male and female cloakrooms.

Refreshment Facilities

Coffee and snack vending machine facilities are available in the building. For more information on refreshment facilities, click here.