Occupational and Environmental Public Health Courses

​The Occupational and Environmental Public Health discipline covers a wide range of topics including food safety, environmental protection, public health, occupational health, safety and wellbeing and housing.


The primary aim of the discipline team is to help communities, organisations and individuals to develop the skills needed to create a positive, healthy and safe living and working environment.

 
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Courses

External Engagement and Innovation

The Occupational Public and Environmental Health team work closely with public and private sector industry to develop collaborative opportunities in consultancy, contract research and short course.


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Consultancy - Helping businesses achieve their goals
Contract Research - Developing innovative projects
Short Courses – Delivering professional development

Research

Our academic team include researchers who are internationally recognised in their fields of expertise and we have a healthy and expanding body of research students.

The focus of our research activities are applied in nature and designed to influence and support public, private and overseas organisations. These activities greatly enhance and inform curriculum development and delivery.

Key areas of activity include:

Environmental Public Health Research Group
Centre for Health, Safety and Environment
Workplace Health and Wellbeing


Internationalisation

Internationalisation plays an important role in all aspects of the discipline, from delivering internationally recognised programmes to developing projects and collaborations with other institutions across the world.

Examples include:

Projects in Africa and the Middle East.

Transnational Education with DIMENSIONS International College in Singapore

Student visits to Uganda

International Training Centre

 

Staff Profiles