Foodborne Illness Source Attribution Workshop

February 2, 2012
Washington, DC

The second session of the Collaborative Food Safety Forum on human data and surveillance provisions of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) focused on food attribution. The workshop took place on February 1, 2012, at The Pew Charitable Trusts in Washington, DC.

This workshop was a follow-up to the January 31, 2012 meeting of the Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration (IFSAC) meeting on Food Source Attribution. For more information about the IFSAC meeting, please see the Federal Register notice.

Workshop Agenda

Participant List

Workshop Summary

Workshop Highlights

Presentation Slides

Background Materials

Presentation Slides

Brief Discussion Activities Following up from the November Surveillance Meeting

Discussion Building on the IFSAC Public Meeting

  • Summary and Main Themes from Public Meeting (No presentation slides available)
    David Goldman, USDA FSIS

Stakeholder Perspectives

  • Private Sector (No presentation slides available)
    Joan Menke-Schaenzer, ConAgra Foods
  • NGOs (No presentation slides available)
    Barb Kowalcyk, Center for Foodborne Illness and Prevention
  • Academia (No presentation slides available)
    Michael Batz, Emerging Pathogens Institute, University of Florida
  • States (No presentation slides available)
    Paul Cieslak, State of Oregon

Overview of FSMA Requirements Regarding High-Risk Foods and Current Federal Agency Plans to Respond

Developing a Vision for Enhanced Foodborne-Illness Source Attribution Information

Background Materials

Collaborative Food Safety Forum Surveillance Workshop

The Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration (IFSAC)

Public FDA Risk Communications meeting: August 15-16, 2011
Communicating about attribution of foodborne illness and new book: Communicating Risks and Benefits

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