Foodborne Disease: Towards reducing foodborne illness in Australia - Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report Series No. 2

The report identifies gaps in knowledge of foodborne disease and assesses the current trends in epidemiology, leading to recommendations to reduce foodborne disease on a national basis. The report encourages a multi-sector approach to the prevention, surveillance and control of foodborne diseases. This is the second report in the Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report series.

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Foodborne Disease: Towards reducing foodborne illness in Australia: (Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report Series No 2)

Endorsed by the Foodborne Disease Working Party for the Communicable Diseases Network Australia New Zealand
Published by Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services
December 1997

Synopsis

The Foodborne Disease report, endorsed by the Communicable Diseases Network of Australia and New Zealand, is the second in the newly conceived Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report Series.

The report identifies gaps in our knowledge of foodborne disease and assesses the current trends in epidemiology, leading to recommendations to reduce foodborne disease on a national basis.

A primary objective of the report is to encourage a multi-sector approach to the prevention, surveillance and control of foodborne diseases and promote nationally consistent policies.

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