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Reaching At-Risk Audiences and Today's Other Food Safety Challenges

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Thursday, Sep 28, 2006, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Panelists/Speakers Session Descriptions
Social Marketing: Experiential Programs Using Music Parodies in Food Safety Education Germ City: Clean Hands, Healthy People Establishing Priorities - The Ongoing Momentum of the Clean Hands Coalition
Food Food Processing: Listeria in RTE Meat and Poultry Overview of Listeria monocytogenes and Listeriosis Listeria monocytogenes in Ready-to-eat (RTE) Meat and Poultry Products and Control Strategies Listeria monocytogenes in Other RTE Foods and Control Strategies
Behavioral and Attitudinal Research Do Risk Reduction Messages Affect Consumer Water and Food Handling Practices in a Waterborne Emergency? Perceptions of Women on Food Safety - A Case Study in Hyderabad, India Influence of Food Safety Training on Students' Appreciation of Food Safety Behaviors
Foodborne Illness: Surveillance and Epidemiology Challenges to Global Foodborne Disease Surveillance Outbreak Alert! Trends in Foodborne Illness Outbreaks, 1990-2004 Epidemiologic Research in Food Safety
Research Methods and Strategies Data Collection Methods and Strategies for Conducting Formative ResearchData Collection Methods and Strategies for Pretesting Educational Materials Data Collection Methods and Strategies for Evaluating Educational Programs
At-Risk Audiences: Children Children Fight BAC!® The Scrub Club: An Innovative Web-Based Program for Kids The Games, Songs, Bells, and Whistles of Food Safety
Foodservice: Schools Epidemiological Analyses of National Foodborne Illness Data for School Settings and Development of Targeted Food Safety Education Materials National School Lunch Program Requirements: School Food Safety Programs and Additional Health Inspections Food Defense — Impact on USDA Nutrition Assistance Programs


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Thursday, Sep 28, 2006, 11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Panelists/Speakers Session Descriptions
At-Risk Audiences: Children Using Smart Kids Fight BAC!®
Computer Games to Teach Food Safety Concepts to Young Children
The "Magic" of Food Safety for Children
Food Processing: Listeria in RTE Meat and Poultry Controlling Listeria monocytogenes at the Retail Level Labeling Preferences for Listeria Control Strategies in RTE Meat and Poultry Strategies for Preventing Listeriosis at the Consumer Level: Focus on Those at High Risk
Foodservice: Childcare Centers Food Safety Attitudinal and Behavioral Practices of Foodservice Personnel in Texas Childcare Centers HACCP-Based Programs in Child Care Centers
At-Risk Audiences: Hispanic Pregnant Women Preventing Listeriosis from Mexican-Style Soft Cheeses in Pregnant Hispanic Women in the U.S. Educating Hispanic Women of Child-Bearing Age
Foodservice: Food Defense Food Defense - Preparedness for Schools Foodservice Operator's Preparedness for Bioterrorism
Social Marketing: Web-based Programs Iowa State University's "Ask a Food Safety Expert" Web Site Reaching Out With the Web: Evaluation of Food Safety Web Site Quality
Foodborne Illnesses: Diagnosis and Management Diagnosis and Management of Foodborne Illness: A Primer for Physicians


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Thursday, Sep 28, 2006, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Panelists/Speakers Session Descriptions
Risk Communication Best Practices in Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication
At-Risk Audiences: Hispanics Food Safety in Your Home: Computer-Based Food Safety Lessons for Low-Income Audiences Spanish and Multilingual Materials for At Risk Audiences Why Foodborne Illness Should Matter to Hispanics - A Topic Not to be Translated from English
Social Marketing: CDCynergy Using an Innovative Computer-Based Social Marketing Planning Tool to Address Public Health Issues - CDCynergy-Social Marketing Edition Version 2.0
Food Service Restaurant Consumers' Concern for Food Safety and Their Willingness to Pay Extra for Food Safety Motivators for College-Age Foodservice Employees to Follow Safe Food Handling Practices Using a Tiered Approach to Employee Health Guidelines to Address the Control of Norovirus in the FDA 2005 Food Code
Foodborne Illness: Surveillance and Epidemiology Investigating a Deadly Foodborne Illness Outbreak in a Residential Facility for the Mentally Retarded EU Strategies for Prevention and Control of Foodborne Diseases Outbreaks Where Food Handlers Have Been Implicated in the Spread of Foodborne Disease
Behavioral and Attitudinal Research Integrated Food Safety Education & Research: Impacts and Impressions


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Thursday, Sep 28, 2006, 4:15 - 5:15 p.m.
Panelists/Speakers Session Descriptions
Foodservice: On-Farm Education On-Farm Food Processing Course in Maryland: A Multi-Agency Approach Using Photo Novels to Train Farm Workers A Food Safety Education Program for Farm Workers and Their Families
Behavioral and Attitudinal Research Relationship Between Salmonellosis Knowledge, Risk Perceptions, and Behaviors Umu Pasifika: Food Safety for Pacific People
At-Risk Audiences: Immunocompromised Effective Food Safety Messages and Delivery Mechanisms for Transplant Recipients and Their Caregivers To Your Health! Food Safety Education for High Risk Audiences
At-Risk Audiences: Reaching Under-Served Populations Together, Sharing Food Safety in American Indian Communities The Thermy™ Campaign: Increasing Food Thermometer Use Among Refugees and New Americans Analysis of New Americans' Reports of Previous Food Handling Practices and Perceptions of Safe Food
Food Processing: Controlling Risk An Indirect and Direct Connection to Controlling Risks Retail on the Half Shell Harmonizing International Regulations for Listeria monocytogenes in Ready-to-Eat Foods: Use of Risk Assessment for Helping Make Science-Based Decisions
Social Marketing: Fight BAC!® Fight BAC!®: New Program Initiatives Address Gaps in Consumer Awareness & Behavior


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Friday, Sep 29, 2006, 10:00 - 11:15 a.m.
Panelists/Speakers Session Descriptions
Foodservice: Employee Training Safe Food Crew: An In-House Food Safety Training and Public Recognition Program An Evaluation of Food Safety Information Transfer to Employees: One-Page Media Summary Sheets in Food Service and Retail Retail Meat and Poultry Processing Training Modules Changing Foodservice Handwashing Behavior Through Motivation and Measurement
At-Risk Audiences: Seniors Food Safety Practices and HACCP Implementation in Assisted Living for the Elderly Food-Safety Attitudes and Food-Handling Behaviors of U.S. Residents 65 and Older: Areas of Concern Listeriosis Prevention for Older Adults: Motivating Behavior Change
Social Marketing: Reaching Targeted Audiences Identification of Consumer Clusters for Targeting Food Safety Education Is It Done Yet? A Social Marketing Campaign to Promote the Use of Food Thermometers The "Be Food Safe" Campaign: Designing an "Umbrella" Campaign and New Messaging Approach to Influence Consumer Behavior Change Using Consumer and Laboratory Research for the Development of a Printed and Online Brochure Promoting Consumption of Safer Fruits and Vegetables
Foodservice: Schools and Other USDA Nutrition Assistance Programs Food Safety Tools and Resources - A Team Approach
At-Risk Audiences: Pregnant Women Fish School: Taking Stock of Risks and Benefits I'm Healthy, I'm Pregnant, Why Am I At-Risk? Key Food Safety Messages and Communication Channels for Pregnant Women Listeriosis and Pregnancy: A Case Study of Effective Food Safety Education Materials Food Safety for Moms-to-Be Education Campaign


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