Sally F. Bloomfield, BPharm, PhD
|1966-1970||Pharmacy||University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England, United Kingdom|
|1972-1997||Pharmacy||Chelsea College, University of London|
|1997-2003||Unilever Research, Port Sunlight, UK|
|2003-||Environmental Health||London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, England, United Kingdom|
Consultant in Hygiene and Infectious Disease Prevention, Chairman and member of the Scientific Advisory Board of IFH Honorary Professor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.
Professor Sally Bloomfield is an acknowledged expert on home hygiene, with more than 30 years' experience in hygiene research and education. In 1995, Professor Bloomfield was awarded the Rudolf Schulke Hygiene Prize for her outstanding contribution in the field of hygiene and preventive medicine.
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|Schmithausen RM, Sib E, Exner M, et al. (2019) The washing machine as a reservoir for transmission of extended spectrum beta-lactamase (CTX-M-15)-producing ST201 in newborns. Applied and Environmental Microbiology|
|Bloomfield SF, Carling PC, Exner M. (2017) A unified framework for developing effective hygiene procedures for hands, environmental surfaces and laundry in healthcare, domestic, food handling and other settings. Gms Hygiene and Infection Control. 12: Doc08|
|Bloomfield SF, Rook GA, Scott EA, et al. (2016) Time to abandon the hygiene hypothesis: new perspectives on allergic disease, the human microbiome, infectious disease prevention and the role of targeted hygiene. Perspectives in Public Health. 136: 213-24|
|Bloomfield SF, Scott EA. (2013) A risk assessment approach to use of antimicrobials in the home to prevent spread of infection American Journal of Infection Control. 41|
|Scott E, Bloomfield SF, Exner M, et al. (2010) Prevention of the spread of infection: the need for a family-centered approach to hygiene promotion. American Journal of Infection Control. 38: 1-2|