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Pathogen Reduction Dialogue
Panel 2
Data Needed to Measure HACCP Impacts on Public Health
May 6, 2002

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Slide 1 of 23 - Date Needed to Measure HACCP Impacts on Public Health - Jack Guzewich, R.S., MPH - Pathogen Reduction Dialogue, Panel 2, May 6, 2002
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Slide 2 of 23 - Data Needed to Measure HACCP Impacts on Public Health
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Slide 3 of 23 - How to Measure or Determine Impact
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Slide 4 of 23 - Disease Trends
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Slide 5 of 23 - Determining the Burden of Foodborne Diseases
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Slide 6 of 23 - FoodNet Goals
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Slide 7 of 23 - 76 Million Cases of Illness
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Slide 8 of 23 - 5,000 Deaths
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Slide 9 of 23 - Micro/Other Testing Food and Environment
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Slide 10 of 23 - Inspectional and Compliance Findings
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Slide 11 of 23 - Enforcement Actions
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Slide 12 of 23 - Consumer Behavior and Attitudes
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Slide 13 of 23 - Problems with the Measurement Methods
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Slide 14 of 23 - Problems with the Measurement Methods
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Slide 15 - Problems with Measurements - Graph depicting New York SE Outbreaks and Cases
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Slide 16 of 23 - HACCP Use in the U.S.
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Slide 17 - HACCP Use in the U.S.
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Slide 18 of 23 - CompStat in NYC Police
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Slide 19 of 23 - Impact of HACCP on Public Health
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Slide 20 of 23 - Has HACCP Had an Impact on Public Health?
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Slide 21 of 23 - Conclusions
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Slide 22 of 23 - Conclusions
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Slide 23 of 23 - Conclusions
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