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Conference on foodborne pathogens; pathogen emergence, host susceptibility, chronic sequelae, risk assessment, consumer concern : National Conference on Emerging Foodborne Pathogens: Implications and Control, March 24-26, 1997, Alexandria, Virginia, USA
  • Published Date:
    October-December, 1997
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
  • Conference Authors:
    National Conference on Emerging Foodborne Pathogens: Implications and Control (1997 : Alexandria, Va.)
  • Description:
    About the National Conference on Emerging Foodborne Pathogens: Implications and Control -- Infectious disease as an evolutionary paradigm / J. Lederberg -- -- Factors that Influence the Emergence or Reemergence and Dissemination of Microbial Foodborne Pathogens and Human Disease -- Emerging foodborne diseases: an evolving public health challenge / R. V. Tauxe -- Emergence of new pathogens as a function of changes in host susceptibility / J. Morris and M. Potter -- Chronic sequelae of foodborne disease / J. A. Lindsay -- Public, animal, and environmental health implications of aquaculture / E. S. Garrett et al. -- Produce handling and processing practices / L. R. Beuchat and J. Ryu -- The Impact of consumer demands and trends on food processing / D. L. Zink -- Impact of changing consumer lifestyles on the emergence/reemergence of foodborne pathogens / J. E. Collins -- -- Identifying and Anticipating New Foodborne Microbial Hazards -- Historical overview of key issues in food safety / E. M. Foster -- Quantitative risk assessment: an emerging tool for emerging foodborne pathogens / A. M. Lammerding and G. M. Paoli -- Communicating foodborne disease risk / B. Fischhoff and J. S. Downs -- Animal diseases of public health importance . -- G. D. Orriss -- Foodborne disease control: a transnational challenge / F. K. Käferstein et al. -- -- Controlling Emerging Foodborne Microbial Hazards -- Consumer concerns: motivating to action / C. M. Bruhn -- Indentifying and controlling emerging foodborne pathogens: research need / R. L. Buchanan -- Maximizing the usefulness of food microbiology research / T. A. Roberts -- Epidemiology and detection as options for control of viral and parasitic foodborne disease / L. Jaykus -- Quantitative microbiology: a basis for food safety / T. A. McMeekin et al. -- -- -- Strategies for Mobilizing Resources for Rapid Response to Emerging Foodborne Microbial Hazards -- Strategies for rapid response to emerging foodborne microbial hazards / J. Majkowski -- Foodborne illness: implications for the future / R. L. Hall

    Infectious diseases transmitted by foods have become a major public health concern in recent years. Response by both the food industry and public health and food safety regulatory agencies to new microbiologic health threats and reemerg- ing pathogens in foods has been primarily reactive. The multiplicity of factors and complex interactions involved in the emergence and reemergence of microbial foodborne hazards and the need for a multifaceted and integrated approach to protecting the population prompted a national Conference on Emerging Foodborne Pathogens: Implications and Control (March 24- 26, 1997, Alexandria, Virginia). The conference, attended by more than 400 scientists in basic and applied research, epidemiology, and public health, was organized to elucidate programs and initiatives that could be used to identify and respond appropriately and proactively to emerging and reemerging foodborne disease threats.

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