Environmental Health Specialists Network; (EHS-Net)
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    EHS-Net
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    "The Environmental Health Specialists Network (EHS-Net) is a collaborative forum of environmental health specialists, epidemiologists, and laboratory professionals who work to understand environmental causes of food and waterborne diseases and to improve environmental public health practice. This is accomplished through a variety of research and non-research activities carried out by environmental health specialists from food and water safety environmental health service programs. This collaborative forum of people represent state and local regulatory and non-regulatory environmental health service programs, federal agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the Centers for Disease Control as well as interested industry groups. EHS-Net research activities include conducting behavorial, environmental, epidemiologic, and laboratory research on environmental factors contributing to food and waterborne disease transmission. EHS-Net research activities started in 2000." - p. [1]
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