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EHS Journal of Environmental Health Columns for 2014

2014 Direct from CDC columns

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January-February 2014

NEHA Journal of Environmental Health

Editor’s Note: There is no Direct From CDC column in the January-February issue. The column resumes in the March issue.

March 2014

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Food Safety Tools and Products for Environmental Health Practitioners. [PDF – 3 MB] – Sarah Merkle discusses CDC’s new surveillance system that can help prevent outbreaks, an overview of four EHS-Net articles recently published in the Journal of Food Protection, and a new e-Learning course on environmental assessment of foodborne illness outbreaks. This article is published in the March 2014 issue [PDF – 116 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

April 2014

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Mobile Food Trucks: California EHS-Net Study on Risk Factors and Inspection Challenges [PDF – 349 KB] – This month’s guest authors, Brenda Vanschaik Faw and Joyce L. Tuttle, describe California’s study on the complexities and challenges of inspecting mobile food operations. This article is published in the April 2014 issue [PDF – 99 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

May 2014

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Update on the Model Aquatic Health Code. [PDF – 452 KB] – Author Rob Blake discusses the proposed operational guidelines for the Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) and progress to date. This article is published in the May 2014 issue [PDF – 118 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

June 2014

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Impact of Budget Cuts to Environmental Health Services at Local Health Departments: Key Findings. [PDF – 286 KB] – This month’s guest authors, Jennifer Li and Andre Elligers, describes a survey of local health departments’ reduction in environmental health services because of budget cuts in the fiscal year before March 2012. This article is published in the June 2014 issue [PDF – 111 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

July-August 2014

Cover image of the July/August issue of the JEH

Contributions to Enhancing the Public Health Perspective on Onsite Wastewater Management. [PDF – 302 KB] – Max Zarate-Bermudez describes a study to determine the rate of contaminants from conventional onsite wastewater systems in a coastal setting. This article is published in the July/August 2014 issue [PDF – 125 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

September 2014

Cover image of the September issue of the JEH

Tools to Improve Raw Chicken Handling at Restaurants: Report From San Mateo County, California. [PDF – 485 KB] – Guest author Emmy S. Myszka describes a training kit detailing how to handle raw chicken in restaurants to prevent cross-contamination. This article is published in the September 2014 issue [PDF – 109 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

October 2014

Cover of the October 2014 issue of the Journal of Environmental Health

Building Environmental Public Health Framework for Chemical Emergencies. [PDF – 210 KB] – Guest author Danielle S. Mills highlights a variety of current concerns, opportunities, challenges, and successes related to emergency preparedness in the environmental health field. This article is published in the October 2014 issue [PDF – 264 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

November 2014

NEHA Journal of Environmental Health cover image for November 2014.

Applying a General Best Practices Identification Framework to Environmental Health. [PDF – 123 KB] – Guest columnist Chris Kochtitzky discusses how a general best practices framework (that weighs public health impact and quality of evidence) can be applied to environmental health. This article is published in the November 2014 issue [PDF – 123 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

December 2014

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The First Edition of the Model Aquatic Health Code Is Now Available: What’s Next? [PDF – 706 KB]– Authors Jason Kunz and Michael Beach describe the expected implementation impact of the Model Aquatic Health Code and the plan for keeping the code current and relevant. This article is published in the December 2014 issue [PDF – 122 KB] of the Journal of Environmental Health.

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