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If you've moved away from home to come to Leeds Beckett, you can register with one of the many surgeries in the local area.

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If you become ill or are injured, please make sure you get the best possible treatment in the right place. For urgent advice and treatment anytime, call 111.

Download the free Choose well app for iPhone and Androids for information about the nearest NHS service wherever you are in West Yorkshire and the Humber.

Check your symptoms on the NHS Choices symptom checker.

If you are concerned about your mental health it is important to speak to your GP. It can often feel quite difficult to begin to talk to someone about how you are feeling. The following information may help you first approach your GP to talk about your mental health.

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Find the Words Booklet

How to talk to your GP about your mental health guide

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Whilst it is not a substitute for seeking professional assessment and treatment, you may also find it useful to search for information and self-help resources to help you manage what you are experiencing.

There is a wide variety of information available, and our self-help page aims to provide a comprehensive range of websites, self help guides, reading materials, podcasts and interactive tools that you might find useful.

The Mind guide 'How to cope with student life' is a booklet that gives information about how you can look after your mental health while studying and contains links to other sources of support.

The NHS Choices website also contains information on Student Mental Health.

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