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EHS Journal of Environmental Health Articles for 2018

2018 Direct from CDC JEH Articles

The National Environmental Health Association’s Journal of Environmental Health features an Environmental Health Services article in every issue. CDC and guest authors share insights and information about environmental health programs, trends, issues, and resources. Cover photos courtesy of NEHA.

Quick links for earlier articles in: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006.

January-February 2018

Cover image for the January-February 2018 issue of JEH.

Improving Safe Drinking Water Programs One Essential Service at a Time [PDF – 367 KB] – Guest columnist Greg Miao from ChangeLab Solutions explains how policy has been used to address federally unregulated drinking water.

March 2018

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Capturing Data on Contributing Factors to Outbreaks With the National Environmental Assessment Reporting System – CDR Adam Kramer, Maggie Byrne, and Elaine Curtiss discuss how contributing factors help CDC and partners understand how and why outbreaks occur.

April 2018

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A Web-Based Review of Environmental Health Vector Control Services in the United States – Authors Andrew Ruiz, Christine Vanover, Alexis Parale, and CDR Justin Gerding discuss the role of environmental health in vector control services and how programs can strengthen their capacity.

May 2018

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All-Inclusive or à la Carte? Many Routes to Adopt the Model Aquatic Health Code – Guest authors Eugene Knight and Bob Vincent discuss how New Mexico and Florida took different approaches to strengthen aquatic safety and health by adopting the Model Aquatic Health Code.

June 2018

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Innovative Safe Water Program Improvement E-Learning for Environmental Health Professionals – CDC and guest authors Raquel Sabogal, Martin Kalis, Brian Hubbard, John Oeffinger, Liljana Johnson Baddour, Christl Tate, and Charles Shorter discuss the SWPI e-Learning series and how it can improve safe drinking water programs.

July-August 2018

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Advancing Public Health Departments’ Legionnaires’ Disease Prevention Efforts through the Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Infectious Diseases Cooperative Agreement – CDC authors LCDR Candis Hunter, CDR Laura Cooley, and CDR Jasen Kunz discuss how CDC has improved state and local capacity for Legionella outbreak response and prevention activities.

September 2018

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Environmental Assessment Training Series (EATS): Practical Training for Food Safety Officials Hungry to Enhance Environmental Assessment Skills – CDC authors Erik Coleman and Laura Brown discuss CDC’s free online training to improve competency with conducting environmental assessments as part of foodborne illness outbreak investigations.

October 2018

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Benefits of Collaboration between a County Health Department and a Local University in North Carolina – CDC author Max Zarate-Bermudez and guest author Samantha Dye discuss how the health department in Gaston County, North Carolina, collaborated with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to help private well users reduce exposures to potential contaminants in their water.

November 2018

November 2018 JEH Cover image - NEHA

Now What? A Tool to Help Commercial Fishermen Encountering Sea-Disposed Chemical Munitions – CDC’s CDR Danielle Mills introduces a new tool to protect the health of those who encounter chemical munitions at sea during commercial fishing, clamming, and dredging operations.

December 2018

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Emergency Response Training in California: Piloting the Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response Operations Course in a Local Environmental Health Department – Guest Authors Marcy Barnett and Bernice Zaidel and CDC’s Martin Kalis discuss a unique training opportunity for the San Diego County environmental health department to practice specific scenarios in preparation for a local emergency.

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