FPMS of the University of Rennes
The preventive medicine service welcomes permanent and contractual staff of the University of Rennes, salaried doctoral students and staff of organizations linked by an agreement (University of Rennes 2, CNRS, INSERM, ENSCR, ENS Rennes, IEP Sciences-Po and INSA Rennes).
Secretariat and medical team
02 23 23 63 33
smutuniv-rennes1 [dot] fr
Where to find us ?
Campus de Beaulieu - Building 8
263 avenue Général Leclerc-CS 74205
35042 RENNES Cedex
Open from Monday to Friday
From 8:15 to 12:30 and from 13:45 to 17:00
Bus: stops Beaulieu Chimie or Tournebride
2 Occupational health prevention doctors
Dr Olivia IMBERT-OSMOND, Director
olivia [dot] imbert-osmonduniv-rennes1 [dot] fr
Dr Catherine LETARD
catherine [dot] letarduniv-rennes1 [dot] fr
aude [dot] hardyuniv-rennes1 [dot] fr
alix [dot] hetieruniv-rennes1 [dot] fr
Tel : +33 2 23 23 63 33
The National Association of Doctors (ANDès)
The Confederation of Young Researchers (CJC)
The Bernard Gregory Association
National Network of Doctoral Colleges
Fight against sexist and sexual violence and discrimination
UNIVERSITY OF RENNES
Secure e-mail addresses managed by the doctors of the staff and student health services have been set up.
Managed by the health service doctors, the answers are provided in complete confidentiality
For students: vss-sseuniv-rennes [dot] fr
For staff: vss-smutuniv-rennes [dot] fr
Within the university, you can also report to the internal team for the fight against harassment, sexist and sexual violence and discrimination, by writing to harcelement-discriminationuniv-rennes1 [dot] fr
If you are aware of situations that could be considered sexual harassment, do not hesitate to inform the doctor concerned. Advice and answers in the vade-mecum published by ANEF, CLASCHES and CPED
The CNRS has set up a reporting system for victims or witnesses of violence, discrimination, moral or sexual harassment, or sexist behaviour.
The CNRS reporting unit is composed of Joël MORET-BAILLY (referent) and Sara LESPAGNANDELLE.
The reporting of an act falling within the scope of the system is done via the generic address: signalementcnrs [dot] fr.
The report can be made by any CNRS employee who considers himself a victim or by any non-CNRS employee who considers himself a victim of an act by a CNRS employee.
The reporting process cannot be anonymous.
In addition, a listening and support system for victims is offered in partnership with the France Victimes association, which can be reached free of charge on +33 (0)1 80 52 33 77 or by e-mail: cnrsfrance-victimes [dot] fr.
The approach to the listening service can be anonymous.
These mechanisms do not replace other possible internal reporting channels or referrals (line manager, HR manager, occupational physician, union representatives, mediator, etc.).
You can find all the information and brochures on the delegation's intranet: https://intranet.cnrs.fr/delegations/dr17/agents/social/Pages/Sante.aspx