FoodCORE model practice : communication and collaboration
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      FoodCORE aims to improve state and local enteric disease outbreak detection and response by building capacity; developing collaborative surveillance and response programs; conducting rapid, coordinated, standardized investigations; developing and implementing measurable performance indicators; and identifying and documenting replicable model practices. FoodCORE activities focus on three core disciplines involved in enteric disease surveillance and outbreak response activities: laboratory, epidemiology, and environmental health. Close communication and collaboration among these three disciplines is critical for timely and effective outbreak detection and response. Having relationships in place before an outbreak occurs is critical for establishing clear lines of communication. Delays or interruptions in communication and data sharing between team members can impede investigations; a prepared and coordinated team can work together to quickly solve and stop outbreaks, preventing additional illnesses. The FoodCORE Model Practice: Communication and Collaboration describes successful strategies used in FoodCORE centers to establish and maintain connections among laboratorians, epidemiologists, and environmental health specialists. CS283632-A foodcore-model-practice-communication-and-collaboration-H.pdf
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