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At Staffordshire University we are doing everything we can to support you through the COVID-19 pandemic, which is why we have established a dedicated team that is on hand to offer support 24/7 to all students.
The COVID-19 Support and Response team is primarily for students. Any Staff who require guidance should refer to our dedicated area on IRIS.
The team can be contacted via telephone on 01782 298 500 or via email by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you reach out to our team, whether you test positive, begin to display symptoms or are required to self-isolate because you are a close contact of someone who has tested positive, you will receive support, information and guidance.
Support for students that have tested positive for COVID-19
The University has put in place processes and procedures to support any student that tests positive for COVID-19 via our Bronze Support and Response Team.
A further coordinated approach has also been formulated in the event that cases of COVID-19 at the University increase. The following A Bronze Response and Support team is in place to follow up with any positive tested student – this team includes members of staff from Student Support and Wellbeing, Res Life and Students Union.
Complete Self-Isolation online form
If you are Student that tests positive, after you have filled out the online form you will receive:
A Follow up from our Bronze Response and Support team:
An email containing a self-isolation pack with further advice and guidance:
The Isolation Pack explains:
Regular contact with our team to check you’re okay:
Our Bronze Response and Support team will continue to contact any positive tested person (in total 3 times over the 10 days). Isolating students will also receive 3 emails during this period to remind them of support available and their self-isolation responsibilities.
Support for food supplies through a partnership with Students Union/ Students’ Union Shops (if needed):
Guidance on Cleaning:
Advice to students who smoke
The University promotes a healthy lifestyle and smoking or vaping is prohibited within the residential buildings including your study bedroom. The University does not advise you to leave your residential building to smoke whilst you are self-isolating. However, if you must smoke or vape then please adhere to the following guidance:
This is not an opportunity to gather. You must return immediately to your flat once you have finished smoking. It is vital that you observe social distancing and wear a face covering when leaving and returning to the building.
Our Bronze Response and Support team will remain in place to follow up with each positive tested student .Please refer to the above guidance and processes outlined above in ‘Our Process for students testing positive for COVID-19’ section which will remain in place to support students.
Larger numbers of positive cases at the University could require Public Health England to step in to provide additional support and further measures to protect students. If the University moves into this situation, this page will be updated with the latest guidance and measures in place and further communications will be issued to all students affected.
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