Food Safety Interventions and Food Attribution Workshop
Decatur, Georgia, April 26 and 27, 2005The third in a series of collaboratives for the project "Building a Framework for Prioritizing Opportunities to Reduce Risk," this workshop focused on two objectives:
- Identify locations (intervention points) in the food continuum where food safety interventions would have the greatest impact in providing health protection.
- Develop analytical methods to evaluate the effectiveness of food safety interventions in reducing foodborne illnesses.
|Michael Doyle||University of Georgia Center for Food Safety||Welcome|
|Michael Taylor||Resources for the Future||FSRC Project--Constructing the Analytical Tools for a Systems and Risk-Based Approach to Food Safety|
|Helen Jensen||Iowa State University||USDA Project--Prioritizing Opportunities to Reduce Foodborne Disease|
|Michael Doyle||University of Georgia Center for Food Safety||Workshop Objectives|
Moderators: Fred Angulo, CDC; Glenn Morris, University of Maryland
|Glenn Morris||University of Maryland||Update on Foodborne Illness Risk Ranking Model and Food Categorization Issues|
|Sandy Hoffman||Resources for the Future||Expert Elicitation for Foodborne Illness Attribution|
|Robert Tauxe||CDC||Overview of CDC Effforts in Addressing Food Attribution|
|John Painter||CDC||a) Status of Foodborne Diseases Outbreak Data for Food Attribution|
|Frederick Angulo||CDC||b) Blending Data from Sporadic Case-Control Studies and Outbreaks for Food Attribution|
|Elaine Scallan||CDC||c) Attempting to Apply the Danish Food Attribution Model in the U.S. using USDA, HACCP, and CDC Surveillance Data|
|Bob Adak||Laboratory Centre for Foodborne Disease Surveillance, London||Overview of UK Efforts Addressing Food Attribution|
Food Safety Interventions
University of Georgia
Director, Center for Food Safety
1109 Experiment St.
Griffin GA 30223-1797