Project descriptionIndoor air quality is recognized as a significant factor affecting human health. Within clinical and non-clinical settings, it is recognized that inadequate air ventilation is associated with increased risk of transmission of infectious diseases. This became highly apparent with the transmission of SARS CoV-2 during the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, improving indoor microbial air quality can enhance infection control in numerous settings. This study will monitor indoor microbial air quality in a range of setting and determine baseline measurements and the influence of different environmental factors. This will enable risk management control protocols to be developed to improve indoor microbial air quality and associated health outcomes.
Co-supervisorsAssociate Professor Kirstin Ross
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