EHS Publications by Topic

Drinking Water

Baloch M. Groundwater vulnerability assessments: prioritizing water safety in times of austerity. pdf icon[PDF – 317 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;76(4):40-2.

Blake R, Yoder J, Kou JUpdated Drinking Water Advisory Communication Toolkit. pdf icon[PDF – 410 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;79(3):40-1.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Community health impact of extended loss of water service — Alabama, January 2010. MMWR. 2011;60(6):161-6. [Miller M, Otto C]

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Galbraith R, Sharp N, Sandoval D. Collaborative response to natural disaster events threatening private well water quality in a New Mexico community.external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2019;81(10):36-8.

Hubbard BSuccess stories from CDC’s Safe Water for Community Health grantees. pdf icon[PDF – 318 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;80(3):40-2.

Hubbard B, Lamers V. What actions are health departments taking to improve safe drinking water programs? pdf icon[PDF – 312 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;79(7):38-40.

Hubbard B, Tate C. Private drinking water systems: Creating a public health network for partnerships, resources, and training. Part 1: The Private Water Network. pdf icon[PDF – 245 KB]external icon J Environ Health. 2018;80(9):42–3.

Jackson BR, Zegarra JA, López-Gatell H, Sejvar J, Arzate F, Waterman S, et al. Binational outbreak of Guillain-Barré syndrome associated with Campylobacter jejuni infection, Mexico and USA, 2011. external icon Epidemiol Infect. 2013 Aug 7:1-11. [Epub ahead of print] [Zárate-Bermúdez M, Sabogal, R]

Lee Pow Jackson C, Zarate-Bermudez MExposure to contaminants among private well users in North Carolina: Enhancing the role of public health. external icon[commentary] J Environ Health. 2019;81(8):36-8.

McClenahan S, Hubbard B. Safe Water for Community Health update. external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2019;81(6):31-4.

Miao G, Fry C. Improving safe drinking water programs one essential service at a time: Closing the water quality gap. pdf icon[PDF – 367 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2018;80(6):28–30.

Miller M, Watson J. New Drinking Water Advisory Communication Toolbox pdf icon[PDF – 581 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2011;74(5):30-32.

Sabogal R, Hubbard BImproving state and local capacity to assess and manage risks associated with private wells and other drinking water systems not covered by the Safe Drinking Water Act. pdf icon[PDF – 402 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2015;78(5):40-2.

Sabogal R, Kalis M, Hubbard B, Oeffinger J, Baddour LJ, Tate C, et al. Innovative Safe Water Program Improvement e-learning for environmental health professionals. external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2018;80(10):38-40.

Zarate-Bermudez M, Dye S. Benefits of collaboration between a county health department and a local university in North Carolina. external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2018;81(3):32-5.

Drought

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency, and American Water Works Association. When every drop counts: protecting public health during drought conditions—a guide for public health professionals. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2010. [Kalis M, Miller M]

Kalis MAWhen every drop counts—drought guidance for public health professionals. pdf icon[PDF – 770 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2011;74(4):30-1.

Kalis MA, Curtiss ECDC’s drought guidance: Your public health resource for understanding and preparing for drought in your community. pdf icon[PDF – 208 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;78(7):34-5.

Kalis MA, Miller MD, Wilson RJ. Public health and drought. pdf icon[PDF – 199 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2009;72(1):10-1.

EHS Revitalization

American Public Health Association. Partners advancing CDC strategy: revitalization of environmental public health services on agenda. The Nation’s Health. 2004;8.

Blake RRevitalization: are we there yet? pdf icon[PDF – 142 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2007;70(4):47-8.

Buchanan SRevisiting revitalization. pdf icon[PDF – 262 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;68(6):69-70.

Jukes G, Jackson RJ, Meehan P. Special Grand Rounds: Revitalizing the environmental health services system. 2002.

National Center for Environmental Health. A strategy to revitalize health services in the United States. Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2003.

National Conference of State Legislatures. Revitalizing environmental health services. pdf icon[PDF – 240 KB] Environ Health Ser. 2003;8:1-7.

Emergency Preparedness and Response

Barnett M, Zaidel B, Kalis M. Emergency response training in California: Piloting the Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response Operations Course in a local environmental health department.external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2018;81(4):36-7.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Public health emergency response guide for state, local, and tribal public health directors. Version 2.0. Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2011. [Kalis M]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Public health emergency response guide for state, local, and tribal public health directors. Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2005. [Kalis M, Rhyne, G]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Water Works Association. Drinking water advisory communication toolbox. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2011. [Miller M]

CDC. Emergency water supply planning guide for hospitals and health care facilities available online pdf icon[PDF – 607 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;75(5):36-7.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Water Works Association. Emergency water supply planning guide for hospitals and health care facilities. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2011. [Miller M]

Community preparedness and response: promoting preparedness to protect health. In: CDC health protection research guide, 2006–2015. Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; in preparation 2006. [Mainzer HM, co-lead]

Gelting RMiller MDLinking public health and water utilities to improve emergency response.external icon J Contemp Water Res and Ed 2004; 129:22-26.

Gerding J, Sarisky J. Guidance on microbial contamination in previously flooded outdoor areas. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2011.

Kalis MEMAC and environmental health in emergency response. pdf icon[PDF – 1.5 MB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;69(10):61-62.

Kalis M, Miller M. EHTER: Where does it go from here? pdf icon[PDF – 322 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2010;72(10):38-9.

Kalis M, Zaidel B. New emergency response training for environmental health professionals. pdf icon[PDF – 236 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;78(8):30-1.

Kile JC, Skowronski S, Miller MD, Reissman SG, Balaban V, Klomp RW, Reissman DB, Mainzer HM, Dannenberg AL. Impact of 2003 power outages on public health and emergency response.external icon Prehosp Disast Med. 2005;20(2):93-97.

Miller MDEmergency preparedness and response training for environmental health practitioners. pdf icon[PDF – 177 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2008;70(8):62-3.

Miller MDThe role of environmental health practitioners in a public health emergency. pdf icon[PDF – 143 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;69(1):36-7.

Shugart J. Utilizing the Emergency Responder Health Monitoring and Surveillance System to prepare for and respond to emergencies. pdf icon[PDF – 274 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;80(4):44-6.

US Public Health Service. Environmental health officer deployment resource guide CD. Version 1.0 [pilot]. Atlanta; US Department of Health and Human Services; 2006. Available from URL: http://www.ehopac.org/index.php/deployment-resources/deploymentexternal icon. [Miller MD]

Yee E, Palacio H, Atmer R, Shah U, Kilborn C, Faul M, Gavagan TE, Feigin RD, Versalovic J, Neill FH, Panillito AL, Miller MD, Spahr J, Glass RI. Widespread outbreak of norovirus gastroenteritis among evacuees of Hurricane Katrina residing in a large “megashelter” in Houston, Texas: lessons learned for prevention.external icon Clin Infect Dis. 2007;44:1032-9.

Food Safety

Angelo KM, Nisler AL, Hall AJ, Brown LG, Gould LH. Epidemiology of restaurant-associated foodborne disease outbreaks, United States, 1998–2013.external icon Epidemiol Infect. 2016;Oct 18:1-12. doi: 10.1017/S0950268816002314.

Blake R, Braden C, Brown LGInFORM: an innovative, integrated food safety meeting. pdf icon[PDF – 623 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;76(2):44-5.

Bogard A, Fuller C, Radke VSelman C, Smith K. Ground beef handling and cooking practices in restaurants in eight states. [PDF – 318 KB]external icon J Food Prot. 2013;76(12):2132-40.

Brown LG, Hoover ER, Faw BV, Hedeen NK, Nicholas D, Wong MR, et al. Food safety practices linked with proper refrigerator temperatures in retail delis.external icon_blank Foodborne Pathog Disease. 2018;15(5):300-7.

Brown LGEHS-Net restaurant food safety studies: what have we learned? pdf icon[PDF – 220 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;75(7):44-5.

Brown LG, Hoover R, Ripley D, Matis B, Nicholas D, Hedeen N, et al. Retail deli slicer cleaning frequency — six selected sites, United States, 2012. MMWR. 2016;65(12):306-10.

Brown LG, Hoover ER, Selman CA, Coleman EW, Rogers HSOutbreak characteristics associated with identification of contributing factors to foodborne illness outbreaks.external icon Epidemiol Infect. 2017;145(11):2254-62.

Brown LG, Khargonekar S, Bushnell L, the EHS-Net Working GroupFrequency of inadequate chicken cross contamination prevention and cooking practices in restaurants.external icon J Food Prot. 2013;76(12):2141–2145.

Brown LG, Le B, Wong MR, Reimann D, Nicholas D, Faw B, et al. Restaurant manager and worker food safety certification and knowledge. [PDF – 485 KB]external icon J Foodborne Pathog Dis. 2014;11(11):835-43.

Brown LG, Ripley D, Blade H, Reimann D, Everstine K, Nicholas D, et al. Restaurant food cooling practices.external icon J Food Prot. 2012;75(12):2172-8. [EHS-Net Working Group]

Brown LG, Wigington PPlain language summaries: a new EHS-Net tool to share our published findings pdf icon[PDF – 249 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;75(2):30-1.

Carpenter L, Green A, Norton D, Frick R, Tobin-D’Angelo M, Reimann D, et al. Food worker experiences with and beliefs about working while ill.external icon J Food Prot. 2013;76(12):2146-54. doi:10.4315/0362-028X.JFP-13-128. [Brown LG, Le B]

Cates SC, Muth MK, Karns SA, Penne MA, Stone CN, Harrison JE. Certified kitchen managers: do they improve restaurant inspection outcomes? pdf icon[PDF – 145 KB] J Food Prot. 2009;72(2):384-91. [Radke VJ]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Cryptosporidiosis outbreak at a summer camp — North Carolina, 2009. MMWR. 2011;60(27)918-22. [Radke V]

Charles J, Radke TDiscussing symptoms with sick food service employees. pdf icon[PDF – 353 KB] J Environ Health. 2017;80(5):24-6.

Coleman E, Brown L. Environmental Assessment Training Series (EATS): Practical training for food safety officials hungry to enhance environmental assessment skills.external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2018;81(2):44-6.

Coleman E. CDC takes action to improve the reporting of environmental assessment data during foodborne illness outbreak investigations. pdf icon[PDF – 371 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;79(6):32-3.

Coleman, Erik. Equipping environmental health workers with environmental assessment tools pdf icon[PDF – 431 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2015;78(1):36-8.

Coleman E, Delea K, Everstine K, Reimann D, Ripley D, the EHS-Net Working GroupHandling practices of fresh leafy greens in restaurants: receiving and training.external icon J Food Prot. 2013;76(12):2126-31.

Delea K. Evaluating local and state food and water safety programs pdf icon[PDF – 757 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;74(7):32-3.

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Freeland AL, Masters M, Nicholas D, Kramer A, Brown LGFacilitators and barriers to conducting environmental assessments for food establishment outbreaks, National Environmental Assessment Reporting System, 2014-2016.external icon J Environ Health;2019;81(8):24-8.

Gelting R, Baloch M. The food-water nexus: irrigation water quality, risks to food safety, and the need for a systems-based preventive approach. pdf icon[PDF – 253 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;75(3):40-1.

Gelting RJ, Baloch M. A systems analysis of irrigation water quality in environmental assessments related to foodborne outbreaks.external icon Aquatic Procedia 1. 2013;130-7. doi: 10.1016/j.aqpro.2013.07.011.

Gelting RJ. Irrigation water issues potentially related to 2006 E. coli O157:H7 in spinach outbreak. pdf icon[PDF – 1.42 MB] In: Investigation of an Escherichia coli O157:H7 outbreak associated with Dole pre-packaged spinach. [Attachment 11] Sacramento, CA: California Food Emergency Response Team; 2007.

Gelting RJ, Baloch MA, Zarate-Bermudez M, Hajmeer MN, Yee JC, Brown T, et al. A systems analysis of irrigation water quality in an environmental assessment of an E. coli O157:H7 outbreak in the United States linked to iceberg lettuce.external icon Agric Water Manage. 2015;150:111-8.

Gelting RJ, Baloch MA, Zarate-Bermudez MA, Selman C. Irrigation water issues potentially related to the 2006 multistate E. coli O157:H7 outbreak associated with spinach.external icon Agric Wat Manag.2011;98(9):1395-1402. doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2011.04.004.

Gould LH, Seys S, Everstine K, Norton D, Ripley D, Reimann D, et al. Recordkeeping practices of beef grinding activities at retail establishments. pdf icon[PDF – 78 KB] J Food Prot. 2011;74(6):1022-4. [Selman CA]

Green LBehavioral science and food safety. pdf icon[PDF – 270 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2008;71(2):47-9.

Green LSelman C, Banerjee A, Marcus R, Medus C, Angulo FJ, Radke V, Buchanan SEHS-Net Working GroupFood service workers’ self-reported food preparation practices: an EHS-Net study.external icon Int J Hyg Environ Health. 2005;208(1–2):27-35.

Green LRRadke V, Mason R, Bushnell L, Reimann DW, Mack J, Motsinger MD, Stigger T, Selman CFactors related to food worker hand hygiene practices. pdf icon[PDF – 75 KB] J Food Prot. 2007;70(3):661-666.

Green LRSelman CFactors impacting food workers’ and managers’ safe food preparation practices: a qualitative study. pdf icon[PDF – 244 KB] Food Prot Trends 2005;25:981-90.

Green LR, Selman CA, Radke V, Ripley D, Mack JC, Reimann DW, et al. Food worker hand washing practices: an EHS-Net observation study. pdf icon[PDF – 77 KB] J Food Prot. 2006;69(10):2417-23.

Green LRSelman C, Scallan E, Jones TF, Marcus R, EHS-Net Population Working GroupBeliefs about meals eaten outside the home as sources of gastrointestinal illness pdf icon[PDF – 207 KB] J Food Prot. 2005;68(10):2184-9.

Hedberg CW, Palazzi-Churas KL, Radke VJSelman CA, Tauxe RV. The use of clinical profiles in the investigation of foodborne outbreaks in restaurants: United States, 1982-1997.external icon Epidemiol Infect. 2008;136(1):65-72. Epub 2007 Mar 5.

Hedberg CW, Smith SJ, Kirkland E, Radke V, Jones TF, Selman CA, et al. Systematic environmental evaluations to identify food safety differences between outbreak and nonoutbreak restaurants.external icon J Food Prot. 2006;69(11):2697-702. [EHS-Net Working Group]

Higgins CL, Hartfield BS. A systems-based food safety evaluation: an experimental approach. pdf icon[PDF – 530 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2004;67(4):9-14. [Selman CSarisky J, Bohan P, Hollowell J]

Kambhampati A, Shioda K, Gould LH, Sharp D, Brown LG, Parashar UD, et al. A state-by-state assessment of food service regulations for prevention of norovirus outbreaks.external icon J Food Prot. 2016;79(9):1527–36.

Kirkland E, Green LR, Stone C, Reimann D, Nicholas D, Mason R, et al. Tomato handling practices in restaurants. pdf icon[PDF – 177 KB] J Food Prot. 2009;72(8):1692-8. [Radke V, Selman C, EHS-Net Working Group]

Kramer A, Byrne M, Curtiss ECapturing data on contributing factors to outbreaks with the National Environmental Assessment Reporting System. [commentary] J Environ Health. 2018;80(7):30–2.

Lee R, Beatty M, Bogard A, Esko M, Angulo F, Selman CEHS-Net Working GroupPrevalence of high-risk egg-preparation practices in restaurants that prepare breakfast egg entrees: an EHS-Net study.external icon J Food Prot 67:1444-1450.

Leonard M. Environmental Health Specialists Network (EHS-Net) 2010–2015: the new funding cycle. pdf icon[PDF – 190 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2011;73(8):22-3.

Lipcsei L, Kambhampati A. Improving food safety through prevention: CDC’s food safety Prevention Status Report. pdf icon[PDF – 388 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;79(2):46-8.

Lipcsei L, Radke T. Food safety innovations in federal guidelines. pdf icon[PDF – 402 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;80(2):42-3.

Lipcsei LE, Brown LG, Coleman EW, Kramer A, Masters M, Wittry BC, et al. Foodborne illness outbreaks at retail establishments—National Environmental Assessment Reporting System, 16 state and local health departments, 2014-2016.MMWR Surveill Summ. 2019;68(SS1):1-20. [Reed K, Radke VJ]

Lipcsei LE, Brown LG, Hoover ER, Faw BV, Hedeen N, Matis B, et al. Retail deli slicer inspection practices: An EHS-Net study.external icon J Food Prot. 2018;81(5):799–805.

Matis B, McKelvey W, O’Halloran D, Stavinsky F, Wong M. Using the National Environmental Assessment Reporting System to enhance foodborne illness outbreak investigations in New York City restaurants. pdf icon[PDF – 224 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;79(8):46-8.

Merkle S. Food safety tools and products for environmental health practitioners. pdf icon[PDF – 3.2 MB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2014;76(7):44-6.

Mody RK, Greene SA, Gaul L, Sever A, Pichette S, Zambrana I, et al. National outbreak of Salmonella serotype Saintpaul infections: importance of Texas restaurant investigations in implicating jalapeño peppers.external icon PLoS ONE 6(2): e16579. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0016579. [Delea K]

Norton DM, Brown LG, Frick R, Carpenter LR, Green AL, Tobin-D’Angelo M, et al. Managerial practices regarding workers working while ill.external icon J Food Prot. 2015;78(1):187-95.

Radke TJBrown LG, Faw B, Hedeen N, Matis B, Perez P, et al. Restaurant food allergy practices – six selected sites, United States, 2014. MMWR. 2017;66(15);404–7.

Radke TJ, Brown LG, Hoover ER, Faw BV, Reimann D, Wong DR, et al. Food allergy knowledge and attitudes of restaurant managers and staff: An EHS-Net study.external icon J Food Prot. 2016;79(9):1588-98.

Radke VThe need for partnerships for food safety. pdf icon[PDF – 167 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;69(2):34-5.

Schaffner DW, Brown LG, Ripley D, Reimann D, Koktavy N, Blade H, et al. Quantitative analysis of restaurant data to determine best cooling practices.external icon J Food Prot. 2015;78(4):778-83.

Selman C. Improving environmental assessments during foodborne outbreaks. pdf icon[PDF – 240 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2009;72(2):46-7.

Selman C. Improving foodborne disease prevention. pdf icon[PDF – 808 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2010;73(2):28-9.

Selman CNew food safety training opportunity using cutting edge technology! pdf icon[PDF – 580 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2011;74(2):30-1.

Selman C. The Environmental Health Specialists Network—EHS Net. pdf icon[PDF – 302 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;69(5):42-3.

Selman CAGreen LREnvironmental health specialists’ self-reported foodborne illness outbreak investigation practices. pdf icon[PDF – 645 KB] J Environ Health. 2008;70(6):16-21.

Selman CA, Guzewich JJ. Public health measures: environmental assessment in outbreak investigations. pdf icon[PDF – 732 KB] In: Motariemi Y, editor. Encyclopedia of food safety. 1st ed. Waltham, MA: Academic Press; 2014. p. 98-106.

Sumner S, Brown LG, Frick R, Stone C, Carpenter LR, Bushnell L, et al. Factors associated with food workers working while experiencing vomiting or diarrhea pdf icon[PDF – 190 KB] J Food Prot. 2011;74(2):215-20. [EHS-Net Working Group]

Tete F, Brown L, Gerding JFood safety program successes in providing the 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services. pdf icon[PDF – 247 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;80(5):52-4.

Vanschalk B, Tuttle J. Mobile food trucks: California EHS-Net study on risk factors and inspection challenges. pdf icon[PDF – 349 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2014:76(8):36-37.

Global Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A conceptual framework to evaluate the impacts of Water Safety Plans pdf icon[PDF 1.4 MB] . Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2011.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A guide for conducting household surveys for Water Safety Plans pdf icon[PDF – 340 KB]. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2008.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. American Red Cross post-Hurricane Mitch community reconstruction water and sanitation baseline survey in Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala – February 2000 pdf icon[PDF – 541 KB]. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Evaluation of the health impact of the American Red Cross-sponsored water and sanitation infrastructure reconstruction programs in communities affected by Hurricane Mitch: Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala – February 2002 pdf icon[PDF – 348 KB]. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2002.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Evaluation of the sustainability of water and sanitation interventions in Central America after Hurricane Mitch, February 12 – 27, 2006 pdf icon[PDF – 495 KB]. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2008.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Evaluation of the sustainability of water and sanitation interventions in Central America after Hurricane Mitch, February 14 – March 5, 2009 pdf icon[PDF – 3.5 MB]. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2010.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Household water use and health assessment, Spanish Town, Jamaica Water Safety Plan pdf icon[PDF – 406 KB]. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2008.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Household water use and health survey for the Water Safety Plan, Linden, Guyana pdf icon[PDF – 248 KB]. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2008.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Mid-term survey and evaluation of American Red Cross-sponsored community reconstruction of water and sanitation: Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala – February 2001 pdf icon[PDF – 962 KB]. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2002.

Gelting RWater safety plans: CDC’s role. pdf icon[PDF – 266 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2009;72(4):44-5.

Gelting R, Bliss K, Patrick M, Lockhart G, Handzel T. Water, sanitation and hygiene in Haiti: past, present and future.external icon Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2013;89(4):665-70. doi:10.4269/ajtmh.13-0217.

Hubbard B, Gelting R, del Carmen Portillo M, Williams T, Torres R. Awareness, adoption and implementation of the water safety plan methodology: insights from five Latin American and Caribbean experiences.external icon J Wat San Hyg Dev. 2013. Epub 2013 Jun 8. doi:10.2166/washdev.2013.001.

Hubbard BGelting R, Baffigo V, Sarisky JCommunity environmental health assessment strengthens environmental public health services in the Peruvian Amazon.external icon Int J Hyg Environ Health. 2005;208(1–2):101–7.

Hubbard B, Lockhart G, Gelting R, Bertrand F. Development of Haiti’s rural water, sanitation and hygiene workforce.external icon J Wat San Hyg Dev. 2014;4(1):159-63. Epub 2013 Oct 22. doi:10.2166/washdev.2013.089.

Hubbard B, Sarisky J, Gelting R, Baffigo V, Seminario R, Centurion C. A community demand-driven approach for sustainable water and sanitation infrastructure development.external icon Int J Hyg Environ Health. 2011;214(4);326-34. doi:10.1016/j.ijheh.2011.05.005.

Institute of Medicine. Global environmental health: research gaps and barriers for providing sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene services: workshop summary.external icon Washington, DC: The National Academies Press; 2009. [Gelting R]

Lockhart G, Oswald WE, Hubbard B, Medlin E, Gelting RJDevelopment of indicators for measuring outcomes of water safety plans.external icon J Wat San Hyg Dev. 2014;4(1):171-81. Epub 2013 Oct 21. doi:10.2166/washdev.2013.159.

Moll DM, McElroy RH, Sabogal RCorrales LFGelting RJHealth impact of water and sanitation infrastructure reconstruction programmes in eight Central American communities affected by Hurricane Mitchexternal icon. J Wat Health. 2007;5(1):51-65.

Sabogal R. Global Environmental Health: Sustainability. pdf icon[PDF – 197 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2010;73(3):26-7.

Sabogal RI, Medlin E, Aquino G, Gelting RSustainability of water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions in Central America.external icon J Wat San Hyg Dev. 2014;4(1):89-99. Epub 2013 Oct 21. doi:10.2166/washdev.2013.130.

Performance Improvement

American Public Health Association, National Center for Environmental Health. Environmental health competency project: recommendations for core competencies for local environmental health practitioners. pdf icon[PDF – 313 KB] Washington: American Public Health Association; 2001

Banerjee SN, Gerding JA, Sarisky J. Organizational characteristics of local health departments and environmental health services and activities. J Environ Health. 2018;80(8):20–9.

Blake R, Corso L, Bender K. Public health department accreditation and environmental public health: a logical collaboration. pdf icon[PDF – 291 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2011;74(3):28-30.

Buchanan S, Meyer P, Sarisky JHubbard B, Noonan G, Tarrago O. Development of an integrated intervention plan to reduce exposure to lead and other contaminants in the mining center of La Oroya, Peru. pdf icon[PDF – 282 KB] Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2005. Appendices A-F; H-l pdf icon[PDF – 598 KB]Appendix G pdf icon[PDF – 1.1 MB]Full report in Spanish pdf icon[PDF – 287 KB]Executive summary in Spanish pdf icon[PDF -77 KB]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Improving environmental public health services performance to meet community needs pdf icon[PDF – 1.35 MB] Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2014.

Curtiss EEnvironmental health resources by essential services. pdf icon[PDF – 206 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;79(4):42-3.

Gerding JA, DeLellis NO, Neri AJ, Dignam TA. Environmental health program performance and its relationship with environment-related disease in Florida. pdf icon[PDF – 232 KB] Fla Public Health Rev. 2018;15:1–12.

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Gerding JA, Landeen E, Kelly KR, Whitehead S, Dyjack DT, Sarisky J, et al. Uncovering environmental health: An initial assessment of the profession’s health department workforce and practice.external icon J Environ Health. 2019;81(10):24-33.

Gerding J, Carlson V, Wilcox R. Public health department accreditation and environmental public health: sustaining the collaboration. pdf icon[PDF – 219 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;76(1):56-7.

Gerding J, Kirshy M, Moran JW, Bialek R, Lamers V, Sarisky JA performance management initiative for local health department vector control programs.external icon Environ Health Insights. 2016;7(10):113-8.

Gerding J, Lamers V. Tools to drive quality improvement of vector control services. pdf icon[PDF – 624 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;79(10):38-40.

Gerding J, Landeen E, Brooks B. Understanding the needs, challenges, opportunities, vision, and emerging roles in environmental health. pdf icon[PDF – 208 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;80(1):36-7.

Gerding J, Price J. Public health performance management: opportunities for environmental public health. pdf icon[PDF – 357 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;74(8):30-1.

Hubbard BWorking to build healthy communities: community environmental health assessments using PACE EH. pdf icon[PDF – 145 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;69(3):32-3.

Hubbard BGelting R, Baffigo V, Sarisky JCommunity environmental health assessment strengthens environmental public health services in the Peruvian Amazon.external icon Int J Hyg Environ Health. 2005;208(1–2):101-7.

Kochtitzky C. Applying a general best practices identification framework to environmental health. pdf icon[PDF – 260 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2014;77(4):40-43.

Mainzer H, Moffett D. Healthy people in a healthy environment.external icon [editorial] Publ Health Rep. 2011;126(Suppl. 1):1-2.

National Association of Local Boards of Health, National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The local board of health environmental health primer. Bowling Green, OH: National Association of Local Boards of Health; 2003.

Niskar AS, Buchanan S, Meyer PA. A federal agency’s role in fulfilling the public health core functions: the childhood lead poisoning prevention program model.external icon J Public Health Manag Pract 2005;11(1):50-8.

Orians C, Rose S, Hubbard B, Sarisky J, Reason L, Bernichon T, et al. Strengthening the capacity of local health agencies through community-based assessment and planning.external icon Publ Health Rep. 2009;124(6):875-82. [Buchanan S]

Osaki C. Essential services of environmental health. [CD-ROM] Atlanta (GA): Northwest Center for Public Health Practice. 2004.

Price J, Grigg CM, Byrne M. Culture shift: strengthening the role of environmental health in public health performance improvement efforts pdf icon[PDF – 551 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;76(3):48-51.

Robinson RA, Mainzer HM, Chomel B, Bender J. Surveillance methodologies for zoonotic disease at community levels. In: FAO Proceedings: Expert Consultation on Community Based Public Health Systems. Rome, Italy; 2004. p.38-48.

Ruckart P, Moore C, Burgin D, Byrne M. The 2009 National Environmental Public Health Conference: one model for planning green and healthy conferences.external icon Publ Health Rep. 2011;126(Suppl. 1):58-63.

Sarisky JThe Environmental Public Health Performance Standards: strengthening the nation’s environmental public health infrastructure and improving environmental health practice. pdf icon[PDF – 251 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2009;71(9):20-1.

Sarisky J, Gerding JEnvironmental public health systems and services research. pdf icon[PDF – 142 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2011;73(10):24-5.

Ten great public health achievements in the 20th century – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Tete F, Brown L, Gerding JFood safety program successes in providing the 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services. pdf icon[PDF – 247 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;80(5):52-4.

Wigington P, Sims T. Web-based resources for environmental public health practitioners. pdf icon[PDF – 117 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2008;70(7):58-9.

Recreational Water

Beach MJ. Recreational water illness prevention and swimming pool operation: moving beyond the basics. pdf icon[PDF – 197 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2007;69(9):82-3.

Blake R. Update on the Model Aquatic Health Code. pdf icon[PDF – 452 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2014;76(9):34-6.

Blake R, Peters J. Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) and International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (ISPSC). pdf icon[PDF – 385 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;74(9):36-9.

Bowen A, Kile J, Otto C, Kazerouni N, Austin C, Blount B, et al. Outbreaks of short-incubation ocular and respiratory illness following exposure to indoor swimming pools.external icon Environ Health Perspect. 2007;115(2):267-71.

Cantey PT, Kurian AK, Jefferson D, Moerbe MM, Marshall K, Blankenship WR, et al. Outbreak of cryptosporidiosis associated with a man-made chlorinated lake–Tarrant County, Texas, 2008. pdf icon[PDF – 317 KB] J Environ Health. 2012;75(4):14-9. [Sarisky J, Zarate-Bermudez MA, Otto C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Immediate closures and violations identified during routine inspections of public aquatic facilities — Network for Aquatic Facility Inspection Surveillance, five states, 2013. MMWR. 2016;65(5)1-26. [Kunz J]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Violations identified from routine swimming pool inspections — selected states and counties, United States, 2008. MMWR. 2010;59(19):582-7. [Otto C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Respiratory and ocular symptoms among employees of a hotel indoor waterpark resort — Ohio, 2007. MMWR. 2009;58(4):81-85. [Otto C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Surveillance for waterborne disease and outbreaks associated with recreational water — United States, 2003 — 2004. MMWR. 2006;55(SS12):1-24. [Otto C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An outbreak of norovirus gastroenteritis at a swimming club — Vermont, 2004.MMWR. 2004;53(34):793-795.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Surveillance data from public spa inspections — United States, May—September. MMWR. 2004;53(25):553-555.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Surveillance data from swimming pool inspections—selected states and counties, United States, May–September 2002. MMWR. 2003;52(22):513-6. [Otto C]

Cinpinski D, Bibler B, Kebabjian R, Georgesen R, Kishel P, Finkenbinder D, et al. Surveillance data from swimming pool inspections—selected states and counties, United States, May–September 2002. MMWR. 2003;52(22):513-6. [Otto C]

Dang B, Chen L, Mueller C, Dunn KH, Almaguer D, Roberts JL, et al. Ocular and respiratory symptoms among lifeguards at a hotel indoor waterpark resort.external icon J Occup Environ Med. 2010;52(2):207-13. [Otto CS.]

Dziuban EJ, Liang JL, Craun GF, Hill V, Yu PA, Painter J, et al. Surveillance for waterborne disease and outbreaks associated with recreational water — United States, 2003 — 2004. MMWR. 2006;55(SS12):1-24. [Otto C]

Hlavsa M, Beach M. Healthy and safe swimming: pool chemical–associated health events. pdf icon[PDF – 520 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;75(9):42-4.

Hlavsa MC, Cikesh BL, Roberts VA, Kahler AM, Vigar V, Hilborn ED, et al. Outbreaks associated with treated recreational water—United States, 2000-2014. MMWR. 2018;67(19):547-51. [Kunz JM]

Hlavsa M, Kunz J, Beach M. Minimizing risk of illness and injury at public aquatic facilities by maximizing the power of aquatic facility inspection data pdf icon[PDF – 336 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;79(9):40-2.

Hlavsa MC, Kunz JM, Beach MJ. It’s all about the return on investment: The Model Aquatic Health Code. pdf icon[PDF – 224 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2015;77(9):34-5.

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Hlavsa M, Laco JP, Hill VR. Good pool chemistry keeps swimming healthy and safe.external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2019;81(9):32-4.

Hunter CM, Laco J, Kunz JReducing Legionnaires’ disease in public spas. pdf icon[PDF – 117 KB] ASHRAE Journal 2017;59(12):56-8.

Kebabjian R, Bibler B, Georgesen R, Kishel P, Cinpinski D, Finkenbinder D, et al. Surveillance data from public spa inspections — United States, May—September. MMWR. 2004;53(25):553-555.

Knight E, Vincent B. All-Inclusive or à la carte? Many routes to adopt the Model Aquatic Health Code.external icon J Environ Health. 2018;80(9):32–4.

Kunz J, Beach M. The first edition of the Model Aquatic Health Code is now available: What’s next? pdf icon[PDF – 707 KB] [commentary] J. Environ Health. 2014;77(5):34-7.

Mathieu E, Levy DA, Veverka F, Parrish MK, Sarisky J, Shapiro N, Johnston S, Handzel T, Hightower A, Xiao L, Lee YM, York S, Arrowood M, Lee R, Jones JL. Epidemiologic and environmental investigation of a recreational water outbreak caused by two genotypes of cryptosporidium parvum in Ohio.external icon Am J Trop Med and Hyg 2004;71(5):582-9.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Health hazard evaluation report: Investigation of employee symptoms at an indoor waterpark, Mason, OH. [PDF – 1.31 MB] Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2008. NIOSH HETA No. 2007-0163-3062. [Otto CS]

Otto CRecreational water-illness prevention = healthy swimming. pdf icon[PDF – 180 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;68(9):54-5.

Otto C, Hlavsa, M. Keep on swimming! pdf icon[PDF – 718 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2010;72(9):25-7.

Otto C, Joe P. Recreational water illness prevention, 2008. pdf icon[PDF – 171 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2008;70(9):57-8.

Sackett D. Update from the Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code (and why you should join). pdf icon[PDF – 215 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;78(9):28-9.

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Vanden Esschert KL, Haileyesus T, Tarrier AL, Donovan MA, Garofalo GT, Laco JP, et al. Pool chemical injuries in public and residential settings — United States, 2008–2017, and New York, 2018. MMWR Surveill Summ. 2019;68(19):433-8.

Volusia County Health Department. Swimming pool inspector interactive training program. [CD-ROM]. Volusia County (FL): Volusia County Health Department. 2004.

Zanardi Blevins L, Itani D, Burns A, Lohff C, Schoenfeld S, Knight W, et al. An outbreak of norovirus gastroenteritis at a swimming club — Vermont, 2004. MMWR. 2004;53(34):793-795.

Vectors / Integrated Pest Management

Bonnefoy X, Kampen H, Sweeney K. Public health significance of urban pests. pdf icon[PDF – 3.37 MB]external icon Copenhagen: World Health Organization; 2008. [Sarisky J]

Brown LM, Laco JRodent control and public health: A description of local rodent control programs. pdf icon[PDF – 152 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2015;78(4):28-9.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Integrated pest management: conducting urban rodent surveys. pdf icon[PDF – 626 KB] Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2006 [Internet publication]. [Herring MShepherd C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Pictorial keys to arthropods, reptiles, birds, and mammals of public health significance. Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2006 [Internet republication].

Drexler N, Miller M, Gerding J, Todd S, Adams L, Dahlgren FS, et al. Community-based control of the brown dog tick in a region with high rates of Rocky Mountain spotted fever, 2012-2013external icon. PLoS One. 2014;9(12):e112368. doi:10.1371/journal.pone. 0112368.

Foster KVector control tools and resources for environmental health professionals pdf icon[PDF – 373 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;78(10):44-6.

Gerding J, Kirshy M, Moran JW, Bialek R, Lamers V, Sarisky JA performance management initiative for local health department vector control programs.external icon Environ Health Insights. 2016;7(10):113-8.

Gerding J, Lamers V. Tools to drive quality improvement of vector control services. pdf icon[PDF – 624 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;79(10):38-40.

Gouge DH, Lame ML. Environmental health professionals work the bugs out – School integrated pest management. pdf icon[PDF – 631 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2015;77(10):42-4.

Herring M. Where have all the vector control programs gone – part one. pdf icon[PDF – 251 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2010;73(4):30-1.

Herring M. Where have all the vector control programs gone – part two. pdf icon[PDF – 203 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2010;73(5):24-5.

Kalis M, Oeffinger J, Baddour L, Tate C, Oeffinger K, White L, et al. Innovative vector and pest e-Learning for environmental health professionals. pdf icon[PDF – 548 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;79(5):30-2.

Nasci RS. Monitoring and controlling West Nile virus: are your prevention practices in place? pdf icon[PDF – 732 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;75(8):42-4.

National Center for Environmental Health. Stormwater management and vector breeding habitats. pdf icon[PDF – 68 KB] Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services

Piesman J, Beard CB. Prevention of tick-borne diseases. pdf icon[PDF – 211 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;74(10):30-1.

Ruiz A, Vanover C, Parale A, Gerding JWeb-based review of environmental health vector control services in the United States.external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2018;80(8):36–8.

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Vanover C, Ruiz A. Tick talk: Keeping environmental health up with current trends.external icon [commentary] J Environ Health. 2019;81(7):36-8.

Wastewater

Gelting RJ. A public health perspective on onsite wastewater systems. pdf icon[PDF – 256 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2007;69(7):62-3.

Humphrey CP, O’Driscoll MA, Deal NE, Lindbo DL, Thieme SC, Zarate-Bermudez MA. Onsite wastewater system nitrogen contributions to groundwater in coastal North Carolina.external icon J Environ Health. 2013;76(5):16-22.

Humphrey CP, O’Driscoll MA, Zarate MAEvaluation of on-site wastewater system Escherichia coli contributions to shallow groundwater in coastal North Carolina.external icon Water Sci Technol. 2011;63(4):789-95.

Humphrey CP, O’Driscoll MA, Zarate MAControls on groundwater nitrogen contributions from on-site wastewater systems in coastal North Carolina.external icon Water Sci Technol. 2010;62(6):1448-55.

McKenzie C. CDC looks at links between wastewater and disease.pdf iconexternal icon Small Flows Quart. 2005;6(3):18-21. [Gelting RHerring M.]

O’Driscoll MA, Humphrey CP, Deal NE, Lindbo DL, Zarate-Bermudez MAMeteorological influences on nitrogen dynamics of a coastal onsite wastewater treatment system.external icon J Environ Qual. 2014;43:1873-85.

Schneeberger CL, O’Driscoll MA, Humphrey CPJr, Henry KA, Deal NE, Seiber KL, et al. Fate and transport of enteric microbes from septic systems in a coastal watershed.external icon J Environ Health. 2015;77(9):22-30. [Zarate-Bermudez M]

Zarate-Bermudez MContributions to enhancing the public health perspective on onsite wastewater management. pdf icon[PDF – 302 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2014;77(1):32-3.

Zarate-Bermudez M. Enhancing the public health perspective on onsite wastewater systems. pdf icon[PDF – 325 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2009;72(3):59-61.

Waterborne Disease Outbreaks

Beach MJ. Recreational water illness prevention and swimming pool operation: moving beyond the basics. pdf icon[PDF – 197 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2007;69(9):82-3.

Blake R. Update on the Model Aquatic Health Code. pdf icon[PDF – 452 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2014;76(9):34-6.

Blake R, Peters J. Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) and International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (ISPSC). pdf icon[PDF – 385 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;74(9):36-9.

Bowen A, Kile J, Otto C, Kazerouni N, Austin C, Blount B, et al. Outbreaks of short-incubation ocular and respiratory illness following exposure to indoor swimming pools.external icon Environ Health Perspect. 2007;115(2):267-71.

Cantey PT, Kurian AK, Jefferson D, Moerbe MM, Marshall K, Blankenship WR, et al. Outbreak of cryptosporidiosis associated with a man-made chlorinated lake–Tarrant County, Texas, 2008. pdf icon[PDF – 317 KB] J Environ Health. 2012;75(4):14-9. [Sarisky J, Zarate-Bermudez MA, Otto C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Immediate closures and violations identified during routine inspections of public aquatic facilities — Network for Aquatic Facility Inspection Surveillance, five states, 2013. MMWR. 2016;65(5)1-26. [Kunz J]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Violations identified from routine swimming pool inspections — selected states and counties, United States, 2008. MMWR. 2010;59(19):582-7. [Otto C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Respiratory and ocular symptoms among employees of a hotel indoor waterpark resort — Ohio, 2007. MMWR. 2009;58(4):81-85. [Otto C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Surveillance for waterborne disease and outbreaks associated with recreational water — United States, 2003 — 2004. MMWR. 2006;55(SS12):1-24. [Otto C]

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An outbreak of norovirus gastroenteritis at a swimming club — Vermont, 2004.MMWR. 2004;53(34):793-795.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Surveillance data from public spa inspections — United States, May—September. MMWR. 2004;53(25):553-555.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Surveillance data from swimming pool inspections—selected states and counties, United States, May–September 2002. MMWR. 2003;52(22):513-6. [Otto C]

Cinpinski D, Bibler B, Kebabjian R, Georgesen R, Kishel P, Finkenbinder D, et al. Surveillance data from swimming pool inspections—selected states and counties, United States, May–September 2002. MMWR. 2003;52(22):513-6. [Otto C]

Dang B, Chen L, Mueller C, Dunn KH, Almaguer D, Roberts JL, et al. Ocular and respiratory symptoms among lifeguards at a hotel indoor waterpark resort.external icon J Occup Environ Med. 2010;52(2):207-13. [Otto CS.]

Dziuban EJ, Liang JL, Craun GF, Hill V, Yu PA, Painter J, et al. Surveillance for waterborne disease and outbreaks associated with recreational water — United States, 2003 — 2004. MMWR. 2006;55(SS12):1-24. [Otto C]

Hlavsa M, Beach M. Healthy and safe swimming: pool chemical–associated health events. pdf icon[PDF – 520 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;75(9):42-4.

Hlavsa MC, Cikesh BL, Roberts VA, Kahler AM, Vigar V, Hilborn ED, et al. Outbreaks associated with treated recreational water—United States, 2000-2014. MMWR. 2018;67(19):547-51. [Kunz JM]

Hlavsa M, Kunz J, Beach M. Minimizing risk of illness and injury at public aquatic facilities by maximizing the power of aquatic facility inspection data pdf icon[PDF – 336 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2017;79(9):40-2.

Hlavsa MC, Kunz JM, Beach MJ. It’s all about the return on investment: The Model Aquatic Health Code. pdf icon[PDF – 224 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2015;77(9):34-5.

Hunter CM, Laco J, Kunz JReducing Legionnaires’ disease in public spas. pdf icon[PDF – 117 KB] ASHRAE Journal 2017;59(12):56-8.

Kebabjian R, Bibler B, Georgesen R, Kishel P, Cinpinski D, Finkenbinder D, et al. Surveillance data from public spa inspections — United States, May—September. MMWR. 2004;53(25):553-555.

Knight E, Vincent B. All-Inclusive or à la carte? Many routes to adopt the Model Aquatic Health Code.external icon J Environ Health. 2018;80(9):32–4.

Kunz J, Beach M. The first edition of the Model Aquatic Health Code is now available: What’s next? pdf icon[PDF – 707 KB] [commentary] J. Environ Health. 2014;77(5):34-7.

Mathieu E, Levy DA, Veverka F, Parrish MK, Sarisky J, Shapiro N, Johnston S, Handzel T, Hightower A, Xiao L, Lee YM, York S, Arrowood M, Lee R, Jones JL. Epidemiologic and environmental investigation of a recreational water outbreak caused by two genotypes of cryptosporidium parvum in Ohio.external icon Am J Trop Med and Hyg 2004;71(5):582-9.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Health hazard evaluation report: Investigation of employee symptoms at an indoor waterpark, Mason, OH. [PDF – 1.31 MB] Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2008. NIOSH HETA No. 2007-0163-3062. [Otto CS]

Otto CRecreational water-illness prevention = healthy swimming. pdf icon[PDF – 180 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;68(9):54-5.

Otto C, Hlavsa, M. Keep on swimming! pdf icon[PDF – 718 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2010;72(9):25-7.

Otto C, Joe P. Recreational water illness prevention, 2008. pdf icon[PDF – 171 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2008;70(9):57-8.

Sackett D. Update from the Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code (and why you should join). pdf icon[PDF – 215 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2016;78(9):28-9.

Volusia County Health Department. Swimming pool inspector interactive training program. [CD-ROM]. Volusia County (FL): Volusia County Health Department. 2004.

Zanardi Blevins L, Itani D, Burns A, Lohff C, Schoenfeld S, Knight W, et al. An outbreak of norovirus gastroenteritis at a swimming club — Vermont, 2004. MMWR. 2004;53(34):793-795.

Workforce Development

Blake R. A new reality for environmental health. pdf icon[PDF – 405 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2009;72(4):42-6.

Choo A, Gerke J, Sellers V, Syed M. Environmental health internship essentials. pdf icon[PDF – 208 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;74(6):52-3.

Curtiss ELEHSB’s free resources for environmental health practitioners. pdf icon[PDF – 413 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2015;78(3):30-2.

Curtiss EKick off 2013 with exciting workforce development opportunities. pdf icon[PDF – 205 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;75(6):102-3.

Gerding JKunz J. Putting theory into practice – CDC’s Summer Program in Environmental Health (SUPEH). pdf icon[PDF – 510 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2011;73(6):96-8.

Harper DA diverse environmental public health workforce to meet the diverse environmental health challenges of the 21st century. pdf icon[PDF – 176 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2007;69:52-3.

Herring MEDeveloping the environmental health workforce. pdf icon[PDF – 308 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2006;68(10):56-7.

Massoudi M, Blake R, Marcum L. Enumerating the environmental public health workforce—challenges and opportunities. pdf icon[PDF – 176 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2012;75(4):34-6.

McCormick L, Pevear J III. Environmental Public Health Online Course (EPHOC) series: are we making a difference? pdf icon[PDF – 272 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2013;75(10):52-3.

Riddle C, Mainzer H, Julian M. Training the veterinary public health workforce: a review of educational opportunities in United States veterinary schools.external icon J Vet Med Ed. 2004;31(2):161-167.

Shepherd C. You, too, can have a career in the U.S. Public Health Service. pdf icon[PDF – 383 KB] [commentary] J Environ Health. 2010;72(6):59-61.

Uniformed Services Environmental Public Health Careers Work Group. Career resource guide for uniformed services environmental health practitioners. pdf icon[PDF – 3 MB] Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services; 2007. [CAPT Mike Herring, CAPT Charles S. Otto, III, CAPT Craig Shepherd, RS, MPH, Daneen Farrow-Collier, CAPT John Sarisky]

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