Office for Gender Equality and Diversity
The Office for Gender Equality and Diversity provides services to all UZH students and employees for all matters related to gender and diversity, for teaching, learning, research or issues with studies and working conditions.
In order to receive personal advisory services, contact them via email [firstname.lastname@example.org] or telephone (044 634 29 91), or visit their website for more information.
Sexual harassment at UZH is prohibited and will not be tolerated. All staff and students are submitted to the regulations [here in german / here in english] and may contact their representative for confidential advice and support. The contact person for the Oerlikon campus, which includes the IPZ, is Caroline Ospelt [email@example.com], or go to the following website for more information.
Psychological Counseling Services
The Psychological Counseling Services provides free of charge counseling to students and PhD candidates. For employees, their services are only available if you have an issue with a student (refer to the Employee Assistance Office for psychological counseling). They are open Monday through Friday during the semester and breaks.
In order to book an appointment, contact them via email [firstname.lastname@example.org] or telephone (044 634 22 80), or visit their website for more information.
If you urgently need a doctor or psychiatrist, please call the Medical Phone 0800 33 66 55 (free of charge). Other emergency services – see Contact
Employee Assistance Office
The Employee Assistance Office provides free of charge individual advice and counseling, in regards to psychological or legal problems, as well as mediation in work related conflicts to all UZH employees.
In order to use their services, contact them via email [email@example.com], telephone (044 634 11 00) or walk in (as explained here), or visit their website for more information.
The Disability Office provides services to students with a disability or chronic illness creating physical organizational and administrative challenges.
In order to use their services, contact them via email [firstname.lastname@example.org], or visit their website for more information.
The health@UZH provides a wide range of services related to one’s physical and mental health, for example parenthood leave, protection against sexual harassment, stress management, crisis intervention or first aid services. Visit their website for the full list of services and contact information.
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