News and Events
Mental Health Promotion and Intervention in Occupational Settings (MENTUPP Project) – Policy Brief
The NMAHP-RU at University of Stirling is part of the MENTUPP project, which aims at improving mental wellbeing at the workplace. On the occasion of World Suicide Prevention Day 2022, the MENTUPP consortium recently published a Policy Brief that we would like to share with you.
Retirement of Professor Doreen McClurg
Congratulations and best wishes to Professor Doreen McClurg on her retirement from the NMAHP Research Unit. We want to sincerely thank Prof. McClurg for her astounding dedication to improving bowel, bladder and pelvic health in people worldwide.
Suzanne Hagen - Best Clinical Abstract Winner, ICS 2021
Professor Suzanne Hagen was awarded the Best Clinical Abstract winner at the ICS 2021 Melbourne.
Suzanne Hagen – 25 years as a member of GCU and the NMAHP RU
Congratulations to Professor Suzanne Hagen on reaching the milestone of serving 25 years as a member of GCU and the NMAHP Research Unit.
Emerging threat to human health in Southeast Asia
Dr Fiona Harris was invited to contribute to an international expert panel to develop a risk profile of an emerging threat to human health in Southeast Asia. The panel was convened by the Food and Agriculture Organisation for the United Nations.
Congratulations to Edward Duncan
Congratulations to Edward Duncan a longstanding Unit member of staff who has been promoted to Professor at the University of Stirling.
The Home Blood Pressure Monitoring in Pregnancy programme - a COVID 19 response project
The Scottish Government Technology Supporting Maternity Care COG developed the suite of guidance documents and information for women to underpin rapid roll-out of supported self-monitoring of blood pressure in pregnancy, initially as Covid-response during Spring and Summer of 2020.
Improving the prehospital identification and management of people presenting to the ambulance service with COVID 19 symptoms.
Little is known about how COVID-19 patients present to ambulance services, what happens to them or how paramedics engage with this patient group.
Professor Marian Brady awarded RCSLT Fellowship
Professor Marian Brady received the Fellowship of the RCSLT Fellowship award from Sophie, the Countess of Wessex at the RCSLT 2019 Awards Ceremony.
Scottish Seedcorn Fund for Neurological Research
The Scottish Seedcorn Fund for Neurological Research is open for applications. Deadline for completed applications is 12pm 20th May 2019.