Code of conduct

Students under the age of 18 cannot undertake any clinical elements of the Medicine course, which start in the second term of first year at the latest. Therefore, students must have reached the age of 18 by the start of the second term of Year 1 to be eligible to apply cialis cialis nigeria for Medicine. All offers of a place on a Medicine course for UK students are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (previously called an enhanced CRB check).

Doctors, even as students and trainees, have a responsibility to be honest and open about their own health and all successful applicants are required to complete a confidential occupational health assessment. A questionnaire will be included with your offer letter and, once completed, should be returned to the University's Occupational Health Service. Your answers to the health questionnaire help to viagra viagra tanzania ensure that your medical training will not place your own or others' health at risk and determine, in terms of fitness to fulfil the requirements of the General Medical Council (GMC), your suitability to work as a doctor.

Code of Conduct


SCSC is determined that SCSC shall be a fun and pleasant experience for members and guests of all ages at all times. In support of this goal the Board of SCSC has developed and agreed on the Code of Conduct.
All members, guests and staffs are expected to:

A. Obey the rules and regulations of the SCSC;

B. Be respectful of all other Members, their guests, their sports and their rights to use of the SCSC facilities;

C. Show respect for SCSC staffs and obey any reasonable request;

D. Clearly demonstrate good sportsmanship at all times;

E. Diligently uphold their duty of care towards sporting safety;

F. Comply with rules and regulations of sporting governing bodies in China and comply with the Laws of the People's Republic of China;

G. Set a good example for children in language and behavior; and refrain from using social media in a derogatory or abusive way.
Grievances or complaints with respect to any breaches of this code of conduct should be immediately brought to the attention of an SCSC board member or management staff.