Track 2 - Leadership

Management and Workforce Development

Sharing Session - 30 Minutes

E12 - Environmental Assessments Conducted as Part of a Foodborne Illness Outbreak Investigation: A Guide to Navigating Trainings and Resources

Wednesday, July 11
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Regent

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), in collaboration with the Environmental Health Services Program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Network of Public Health Institutes, the Colorado Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence, and the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center, developed user-friendly environmental assessment tools and trainings for regulatory food safety programs. This session provides a live demonstration of the tools to help attendees decide when to use the tools and who the target audience is for each. This includes CDC’s Virtual Training Series, the Colorado COE Quicktrain and Just-in-Time Training, the NEHA Training Portal and Online Environmental Assessment Certificate Training, and the Certified Foodborne Outbreak Investigator Credential.

Keywords

Environmental Health, Workforce, Health Education

Elizabeth Landeen, BA

Associate Director, Program and Partnership Development
National Environmental Health Association

BA, Fort Lewis College. Work in managing grants, contracts and cooperative agreement programs. Work with diverse government agencies as well as state, tribal, local and territorial health departments. Management of the Program and Partnership Development Department staff and all program activities. Develop policy statements, educational resources, tools and training materials for environmental health profession and professionals. Facilitate stakeholder workgroups and meetings and coordinate workshops (i.e. CIFOR, InFORM, Epi-Ready, NEHA Food Safety Workgroup).

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Alice E. White

Alice White is the Epidemiologist Team Lead for the Colorado Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence and a Research Instructor at the Colorado School of Public Health. Ms. White’s work focuses on foodborne illness surveillance and investigation and public health education.

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