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Food Safety and Foodborne Disease Surveillance Systems: Proceedings of an Iranian-American Workshop

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Food Safety and Foodborne Disease Surveillance Systems

Proceedings of an Iranian-American Workshop (2006)
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National Research Council. 2006. Food Safety and Foodborne Disease Surveillance Systems: Proceedings of an Iranian-American Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/11526.

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138 pages | 6 x 9
ISBNs:
  • Paperback: 978-0-309-10033-5
  • Ebook: 978-0-309-18024-5
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17226/11526
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Front Matter i-x
Opening Session 1-2
Day 1 Morning Session 3-4
Overview of Food Safety Issues and of Diseases Arising from Food of Animal and Plant Origin in the United States--Karl R. Matthews 5-17
Overview of Safety Issues in Iran for Food Derived from Animals or Plants--Dr. M. R. Akbarian 18-21
The Role of the Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran in Food Safety--M. H. Sh. Hassanpour 22-27
Discussion--Dr. Mohammadreza Razailashkajani 28-28
Day 1 Afternoon Session 29-30
Surveillance for Foodborne and Diarrheal Diseases, Including Outbreak Investigations: An American Perspective--William E. Keene 31-45
Foodborne Disease Investigations, Including Surveillance: A Collaborative Pilot Project--Ali Ardalan 46-50
Discussion--Dr. Mohammadreza Razailashkajani 51-52
Day 2 Morning Session 53-54
Inspection and Investigation: Tools for Detecting Sources of Food Contamination and Preventing Illness Outbreaks--George J. Jackson 55-62
Food Monitoring, Investigation, and Inspection Infrastructure in Iran--Dr. S. Farzad Talakesh and Dr. Hamid Khaneghahi 63-67
Discussion--Dr. Mohammadreza Razailashkajani 68-70
Day 2 Afternoon Session 71-72
Food Traceability: A Response to Consumers--Dr. Alfredo M. Montes Nio 73-75
The Role of Risk Analysis in a Science-Based Approach to Food Safety--Charles Yoe 76-93
The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System--Dr. A. Djazayery 94-96
Implementing and Auditing Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point Systems and Difficulties in Iran--Sassan Rezaie 97-99
The History of Food Safety in Iran--M. Ebrahimi Fakhar 100-102
Discussion--Dr. Mohammadreza Razailashkajani 103-104
Day 3 105-106
Final Plenary Session: Future Steps and Opportunities--Glenn Schweitzer 107-109
Closing Session--Dr. Mohammadreza Razailashkajani 110-110
Appendixes 111-112
Appendix A Workshop Agenda 113-116
Appendix B Participant List 117-128
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