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Related Journal of Environmental Health Articles
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Disease Outbreaks and Preparedness
- An All-Hazards Approach to Pandemic COVID-19: Clarifying Pathogen Transmission Pathways Toward the Public Health Response (May 2020, 82.9)
- Measuring Community Vulnerability to Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Social Vulnerability Index (June 2018, 80.10)
- The 2014 Dallas, Texas, Ebola Incident: Global Implications to All-Hazards Preparedness and Health Care Worker Protection (September 2015, 78.2)
- Environmental Transmission of SARS at Amoy Gardens (May 2006, 68.9)
- H5N1: A Special Report—What Is the Threat and Why Should the Environmental Health Profession Be Concerned (January/February 2006, 68.6)
Surface and Fomite Contamination
- The Spread of a Norovirus Surrogate via Reusable Grocery Bags in a Grocery Supermarket (June 2018, 80.10)
- The Sports Ball as a Fomite for Transmission of Staphylococcus aureus (January/February 2018, 80.6)
- Hotel Key Cards: How Clean Is the First Thing Guests Touch on Their Way to Their Rooms? (September 2017, 80.2)
- How Clean are Hotel Rooms? Part 1: Visual Observations vs. Microbiological Contamination (July/August 2015, 78.1)
- How Clean are Hotel Rooms? Part 2: Examining the Concept of Cleanliness Standards (July/August 2015, 78.1)
- Persistence of Salmonella and E. coli on the Surface of Restaurant Menus (March 2013, 75.7)
- Investigation of Bacterial Pathogens on 70 Frequently Used Environmental Surfaces in a Large Urban U.S. University (January/February 2009, 71.6
Food Safety, Hand Washing, Sanitation, and Hygiene
- Food Donation and Food Safety: Challenges, Current Practices, and the Road Ahead (June 2019, 81.10)
- Does a Water Flow Timer Improve Food Handler Hand Washing Practices in Food Service Establishments? The Effects of Passive and Indirect Interventions (April 2019, 81.8)
- Foodborne Illness and Seasonality Related to Mobile Food Sources at Festivals and Group Gatherings in the State of Georgia (March 2015, 77.7)
- Promoting Safe Hygiene Practices in Public Restrooms: A Pilot Study (November 2014, 77.4)
- Sanitation in Classroom and Food Preparation Areas in Child-Care Facilities in North Carolina and South Carolina (November 2014, 77.4)
- An In-Home Video Study and Questionnaire Survey of Food Preparation, Kitchen Sanitation, and Hand Washing Practices (June 2010, 72.10)
- Food Safety Perceptions and Behaviors of Participants in Congregate-Meal and Home-Delivered-Meal Programs (September 2007, 70.2)
- Food Workers’ Perspectives on Handwashing Behaviors and Barriers in the Restaurant Environment (June 2007, 69.10)
– Let us not grow weary of the struggle or surrender to the pressure –
Together we stand, press on, and lead the charge of supporting and promoting the health of the nation.
The road continues to be arduous, and the potholes are abundant.
Every employee of our association continues with our commitment to bring the full measure of our capabilities and resources to your support.
This is the moment for which we were trained.
Let us continue to bring a contemporary interpretation to the art of practice. Let our face be one of kindness and empathy. Let our science continue to drive our community’s recovery and resiliency. Let this be the moment we can one day look back on with the knowledge that we worked with all our capacity to safely shepherd the frightened public through the uncertainty and difficult hazards faced.
The time in history that puts us—environmental health professionals—at the intersection of COVID-19 is just ahead.
We will mediate society’s return to normalcy.
Over the next few weeks, environmental health professionals, like Atlas of Greek mythology, will be asked to hoist many burdens upon their shoulders.
Let our science drive our community’s recovery and resiliency. Let this be the moment where we safely shepherd the frightened public into the future.
Let’s create a profoundly memorable moment, one that undeniably demonstrates the value of our profession to the health and prosperity of the communities we serve.
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