- Foodborne Illness Acquired in the United States—Major Pathogens
E. Scallan et al.
- Foodborne Illness Acquired in the United States—Unspecified Agents
E. Scallan et al.
- How Safe Is Our Food?
J. G. Morris
- 31 Pathogens Causing US Foodborne Illnesses, Hospitalizations, and Deaths, 2000–2008 [PDF - 1 page]
- Foodborne Illness—Major Pathogens, Expanded Tables 1–3 [PDF - 3 pages]
- Table 1. Modeling approaches used to estimate the total number of illnesses for different types of data, United States
- Table 2. Estimated annual number of episodes of illnesses caused by 31 pathogens, United States
- Table 3. Estimated annual number of hospitalizations and deaths caused by 31 pathogens, United States
- Table A1. Data sources used to estimate illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths caused by 31 pathogens transmitted through food, United States
- Technical Appendices
- Technical Appendix 1: Overview of Methods and Summary of Data Sources [PDF - 38 pages]
- Technical Appendix 2: Model Structures Used to Make Estimates [PDF - 14 pages]
- Technical Appendix 3: Estimation and Uncertainty Model Inputs for 31 Major Known Pathogens Transmitted Through Food [PDF - 60 pages]
- Technical Appendix 4: Data Used to Estimate Passive and Outbreak Surveillance Underreporting Multipliers--Passive surveillance underreporting multipliers [PDF - 6 pages]
- 2012 Foodborne Illness Estimates Partner Fact Sheet [PDF - 2 pages]
- 2011 Estimates of Foodborne Illness: Findings
- 2011 Methods
- 1999 Methods
- Improvements in 2011 Estimates
- Differences between 2011 and 1999 Estimates
- Trends in Foodborne Illness
- CDC Foodborne Illness Surveillance Systems
- Food Safety Overviews
- Environmental Health Specialists Network (EHS-Net)
- CDC Expert Commentaries on Medscape are part of a collaboration between CDC and Medscape.
- CDC contributes regular Medscape commentaries on Food Safety.