Stirling Public Health staff have extensive experience in infectious disease control. Collectively and as a team, since 2003, we have lead projects that included: infectious disease and economic modelling; curriculum development; and public health prevention program design. We have led research studies to understand stigma; understand how health professionals learn, and map the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of infectious disease prevention programs. Using our deep skill and knowledge set we endeavour to deliver services to help you keep your workers safe, and avoid disruptions. Stirling Public health is the preeminent public health providers of: 1) Public health courses; 2) Quantitative modelling for infectious disease outcomes 3) Consulting and strategic partnerships for public health research, infectious disease control, and 4) Policy development
We work side-by-side with others in our communities to bring new innovations to people who need them. Our team offers advice, guidance and business support to bring products and ideas to where they are needed most.
Through the SAFER process, employers can identify and track risk, develop a path to mitigate and close off risk through training and actions. Our team will consider your company's unique issues related to the following 7 domains: hygiene and PPE, ventilation, duration/distance, vaccination, testing, training and policies/procedures. We can also recommend evidence-based products and activities to lower your company's risk and improve the resilience of your employees.
IMPROVING government and public confidence in congregations now and for the future; COMMUNICATING to the community that you take their health and safety seriously; ACCELERATING the return to public services
Work with your community health staff to train, guide and advise
Do on site consulting and assessments for risk assessment or monitorring
Act as expert witnesses on public health and disease control issues