Student Health Service at Campus Gotland
Good health and a balanced life are crucial for successful study results. The Student Health Service offers individual counselling, courses and workshops for students at Campus Gotland.
The Student Health Service is here to help you with issues associated to life as a student. Do you have problems caused by stress, insomnia, low self-confidence, performance anxiety, speech anxiety, too much alcohol or other things that make student life complicated?
The staff at Student Health Service are professional social workers/counsellors. They do not, however, have health care professionals for medical or physical problems. Read more about Read more about medical care in Sweden.
Groups and seminars
Do you feel stressed by expectations, deadlines, and a high workload? Do you have a tendency to procrastinate? Through courses, workshops and webinars, we provide tools to improve your situation and find a better balance in life.
Region Gotland offers test of COVID-19 for all residents and visitors who are 18 years or older and have ongoing symptoms. Read about testing for COVID-19 on Gotland.
If you get sick
Stay at home for as long as you feel unwell. If your condition gets worse and you are unable to care for yourself at home, please call 1177 for healthcare advice. Do not return to work or school for at least two days after you have recovered. More information on 1177.se/gotland
Regional information with helpful links and contacts can be found on the County Administrative Board’s website, please use Google Translate.
If you are infected with COVID-19
If you are confirmed infected with COVID-19, stay at home and follow the current guidelines on Covid-19 and the Region Gotland Infection Control Unit intructions. You should also contact your programme coordinator.
According to the Communicable Diseases Act, you must also inform people whom you suspect you may have infected. As part of Uppsala University’s efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 infection, the University has created an online procedure to help you do this anonymously. If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, you should therefore report it here.
By submitting this report, you enable the University to take measures to reduce the risk of infection.
More information on measures taken at Campus Gotland with regard to COVID-19.
If you are having severe problems and have had contact with a psychiatrist before, please contact your medical centre, which can also refer you to a psychiatric clinic.
If you are currently experiencing severe anxiety or depression, or if you are having suicidal thoughts please contact the psychiatric call service at +46 0498-26 80 05.
If you are unsure of who to contact, you can dial 1177, or contact Student Health Service for guidance.
Contact us or make an appointment
The Student Health Service is available for drop-in every Monday from 14:00 - 15:00. Due to coronavirus, all meetings with us will take place online (Zoom) or by phone:
- Drop-in via Zoom (Password for the meeting: 358716).
If you want an appointment for individual counselling you must first call our telephone counselling service, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 13:00-14:00 at +46498108480. NB: no telephone hours Wednesday 13 and 20 January. For contact please send an email to email@example.com or welcome back to telephone hours on Fridays and Mondays. Due to the corona pandemic, the meetings take place via video link.
Our counsellor will ask questions about what is troubling you, give you advice and set up an appointment for you, if the assessment is that the Student Health Service is the best place for you to get help. If not, you will be guided to the right place.
If you are unsure where to turn, send us an email, firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will help you.