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Teresa Wolfe (Faculty)
Because this publication is put out by the FDA and the US Dept of Health & Human Services, both of which are government agencies, this is not copyrighted material. It's automatically in the public domain, as publications created by government agencies/personnel are done using public funds. Someone correct me here if I am wrong. Thanks!
Harsha Sharma (Faculty)
This is an excellent resource for students enrolled in Health Sciences. This site will greatly benefit students enrolled in the Nursing program; there is a direct application to their field. I would recommend the inclusion of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and its role in healthcare setting. Consumer snapshot is a great way of showing applicable information to daily life.
Jacqueline Paulina Martínez Pavez (Faculty)
Muy útil ya que aparecen los principales agentes patógenos causantes de enfermedades transmitidas por alimentos, sus características, enfermedades, vías de contaminación, síntomas, período de incubación, etc.
Jim Bidlack (Faculty)
The site was a bit bland, but it was a rich source of information. This would be a good site for older students to find more indepth information.
Beth Hoffman (Faculty)
Sheri Kahnke (Student)
The quality of the content is excellent and very well organized. This is a
very concise and usable site. Student's could benefit from this site if it is
incorporated into lessons effectively.
Mary Jo Gorney-Moreno (Faculty)
or community health courses. Would the contributor please add nursing as an
A case study would be helpful at the site.
Judith Kandel (Faculty)
foodborne disease should check out this site. Each page discusses the organism
and the disease including the factors contributing to infection. This site is
text only and can be downloaded in a compressed version for printing by
accessing the link to the preface. However, the online version has links to
search results on recent outbreaks from the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention publication "Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports" and to abstracts
of recent articles through the NIH Pub Med site. Additional information can be
accessed by connecting to appendices on epidemiology, infectious dose, and
factors that influence microbial growth in foods.
version of PubMed.