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ID Author(s) Title / Description Publication Year
9747 Ropeik, D. Risk Communication: An overlooked tool for improving public health Risk Communication: An overlooked tool for improving public health
URL: http://dropeik.com/dropeik/pdf/text_book_chapter.pdf

This book chapter discusses how risk communication should be used to improve public health. Segments of this chapter include: Risk Communication Defined, The Biology of Fear, Risk Perception Psychology,…

This book chapter discusses how risk communication should be used to improve public health. Segments of this chapter include: Risk Communication Defined, The Biology of Fear, Risk Perception Psychology, Recommendations, and Conclusions. 

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Source: Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Maxcy-Rosenau-Last, 15th ed., 2007.

Keywords:

emotions, fearfulness, methodology, public health, risk communication, risk perception

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20070000 2007
9567 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Peanut Butter and Peanut-Containing Product Recalls Related to Salmonella Infections Peanut Butter and Peanut-Containing Product Recalls Related to Salmonella Infections
URL: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Campaigns/Salmonella/Peanut.html

During the Salmonella Typhimurium event of early 2009 and the associated recalls of numerous peanut butter and peanut-containing products, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Food…

During the Salmonella Typhimurium event of early 2009 and the associated recalls of numerous peanut butter and peanut-containing products, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) worked together to develop an integrated social media campaign.  The goal of the campaign was to provide consumers and partners with social media tools to access up-to-date information about the recalls. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are working together to provide consumers and partners with social media tools to access information about the ongoing peanut butter and peanut-containing product recalls. This page will be updated as new communication approaches are employed.

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Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, communication (human), Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration, food recalls, methodology, peanuts, risk communication, Salmonella typhi

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9564 Ulmer, R.R.; Sellnow, T.L.; Seeger, M.W. Effective Crisis Communication: Moving from Crisis to Opportunity Effective Crisis Communication: Moving from Crisis to Opportunity
URL: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/482206.Effective_Crisis_Communication

This book provides the reader practical advice on how to effectively manage and overcome a crisis as well as guidelines for taking the many challenges that crises present and…

This book provides the reader practical advice on how to effectively manage and overcome a crisis as well as guidelines for taking the many challenges that crises present and turning those challenges into opportunities for overcoming a crisis. 

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Source: Sage Publications, Inc.

Keywords:

consumer attitudes, consumer behavior, guidelines, methodology, risk communication, risk perception

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20070000 2007
9563 Sandman, P.H. Responding to Community Outrage: Strategies for Effective Risk Communication Responding to Community Outrage: Strategies for Effective Risk Communication
URL: http://www.psandman.com/book.htm

This book is a guide to effective risk communication. It established the relationship between risk, hazard, and outrage, and discusses all three in detail as related to a specific…

This book is a guide to effective risk communication. It established the relationship between risk, hazard, and outrage, and discusses all three in detail as related to a specific audience as the target of the risk communication message. 

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Source: American Industrial Hygiene Association

Keywords:

consumer attitudes, consumer behavior, guidelines, methodology, risk communication, risk perception

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19930000 1993
9502 Fischhoff, B., Bostrom, A., Quadrel, M.J. Risk perception and communication Risk perception and communication
URL: http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev.pu.14.050193.001151

This paper describes the role of risk perceptions in public health including sections on quantitative and qualitative assessments. The section on quantitative assessment treats the most obvious question about…

This paper describes the role of risk perceptions in public health including sections on quantitative and qualitative assessments.

The section on quantitative assessment treats the most obvious question about laypeople's risk perceptions: Do they understand how big risks are? It begins with representative results regarding the quality of these judgments, along with some psychological theory regarding reasons for error. It continues with issues in survey design, which focus on how design choices can affect respondents' apparent competence. Some of these meth­odological issues reveal substantive aspects of lay risk perceptions. 

The next section, qualitative assessment, shifts the focus  from summary judgments  to  qualitative  features of the events to which they are attached.  It begins with the barriers to communication created when experts and laypeople unwittingly use terms differently. The section continues  by  asking  how  people believe  that  risks "work," on the  basis of which they might generate or evaluate control options.

In addition, there is a section that provides a general process for developing communications about health risks. This process is illustrated with examples taken from several case studies. 

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Source: Annu Rev Public Health, Vol. 14, 1993, p. 183-203.

Keywords:

methodology, public health, quantitative analysis, risk communication, risk perception

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19930000 1993
9419 New Zealand Food Safety Authority Review of NZFSA’s risk management welcomed Review of NZFSA’s risk management welcomed
URL: http://www.foodsafety.govt.nz/elibrary/industry/Review_Nzfsa-Independent_International.htm

An independent international review of New Zealand Food Safety Authoritys (NZFSA) approach to ensuring food safety for consumers has found it to be aligned with best practice in…

An independent international review of New Zealand Food Safety Authority’s (NZFSA) approach to ensuring food safety for consumers has found it to be aligned with best practice in comparable authorities internationally.The release of Dr Stuart Slorach’s review of the organisation’s risk management framework and its application has been welcomed by NZFSA Chief Executive Dr Andrew McKenzie.

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Source: New Zealand Food Safety Authority

Keywords:

control methods, methodology, organizations, prioritization, risk assessment, risk communication, risk management

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20080429 2008
9396 Xie, X., et al Role of Emotions in Risk Communication The Role of Emotions in Risk Communication
URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1539-6924.2010.01530.x

The researchers present two experiments investigating the role of emotions concerning technological and natural hazards and perceived risk. In the first experiment, emotions aroused by technological hazards and natural…

The researchers present two experiments investigating the role of emotions concerning technological and natural hazards and perceived risk. In the first experiment, emotions aroused by technological hazards and natural hazards were compared. The second experiment adopted real-world materials from webpages and TV. 

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Source: Risk Analysis, [Epub ahead of print], Nov. 24, 2010.

Keywords:

consumer attitudes, consumer behavior, risk perception, technology

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20101124 2010
9380 Thompson, K. M. Variability and Uncertainty Meet Risk Management and Risk Communication Variability and Uncertainty Meet Risk Management and Risk Communication
URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/0272-4332.00044/abstract

This article uses the case studies of variability in the risks of dying on the ground from a crashing airplane and from the deployment of motor vehicle airbags to…

This article uses the case studies of variability in the risks of dying on the ground from a crashing airplane and from the deployment of motor vehicle airbags to demonstrate how better characterization of variability and uncertainty in the risk assessment lead to better risk communication. Analogies to food safety and environmental risks are also discussed. This presentation demonstrates that probabilistic risk assessment has an impact on both risk management and risk communication, and highlights remaining research issues associated with using improved sensitivity and uncertainty analyses in risk assessment.

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Source: Risk Analysis, Vol. 22, No. 3, Jun. 2002, p. 647–654.

Keywords:

methodology, quantitative risk assessment, risk assessment, risk communication, risk management, statistical analysis, uncertainty, variability

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20020600 2002
9222 Goldstein, B.D. Advances in risk assessment and communication Advances in risk assessment and communication
URL: http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf/10.1146/annurev.publhealth.26.021304.144410

Risk analysis continues to evolve. There is increasing depth and breadth to each component of the four-step risk-assessment paradigm of hazard identification, dose-response analysis, exposure assessment, and risk characterization.…

Risk analysis continues to evolve. There is increasing depth and breadth to each component of the four-step risk-assessment paradigm of hazard identification, dose-response analysis, exposure assessment, and risk characterization. Basic conceptual approaches to understanding how people perceive risk are being tested against a growing body of empirical observations, many involving stakeholders. This article summarizes recent advances in risk analysis. 

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Source: Annual Review of Public Health, Vol. 26, 2005, p. 141-163.

Keywords:

dose response, exposure assessment, hazard characterization, hazard identification, methodology, risk assessment, risk characterization, risk communication, risk perception

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20050000 2005
9183 Benson, A.P. Communicating Risk to Consumers in Domestic and Internationally Traded Products Communicating Risk to Consumers in Domestic and Internationally Traded Products
URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodcont.2010.07.015

This paper addresses the importance of key elements in crisis planning, crisis preparedness and crisis management, which are summarized in key recommendations for effective risk communication during food incidents…

This paper addresses the importance of key elements in crisis planning, crisis preparedness and crisis management, which are summarized in key recommendations for effective risk communication during food incidents for all key stakeholders. To achieve safety of food from farm to fork, and to reduce the frequency, impact and severity of foodborne illness outbreaks, there have to be effective working partnerships and cooperation throughout the entire food chain. 

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Source: Food Control, [Epub ahead of print], Oct. 16, 2010.

Keywords:

disease outbreaks, methodology, risk communication

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20101016 2010
8773 National Center for Food Protection and Defense, University of Minnesota National Center for Food Protection and Defense: Risk Communication National Center for Food Protection and Defense: Risk Communication
URL: http://www.ncfpd.umn.edu/index.cfm/research/risk-communication/

The goal of the Risk Communication theme is to develop best practices for active engagement of multiple audiences in effective risk communications prior to, during and after potentially catastrophic…

The goal of the Risk Communication theme is to develop best practices for active engagement of multiple audiences in effective risk communications prior to, during and after potentially catastrophic food bioterrorism incidents. Here, a Risk Communication Toolkit, training modules, publications, and other projects may be found.

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Source: National Center for Food Protection and Defense, University of Minnesota

Keywords:

education, education programs, food defense, food security, methodology, risk communication

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8522 McGloin, A.; Delaney, L.; Hudson, E.; Wall, P. Symposium on 'The challenge of translating nutrition research into public health nutrition'. Session 5: Nutrition communication. The challenge of effective food risk communication Symposium on 'The challenge of translating nutrition research into public health nutrition'. Session 5: Nutrition communication. The challenge of effective food risk communication
URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19243666?itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_RVDocSum&ordinalpos=20

This article discusses the importance of risk communication and it's difficulties.

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Source: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, Vol. 68, No. 2, May 2009, p. 135-141.

Keywords:

communication (human), methodology, nutrition, public health, risk assessment, risk communication

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20090500 2009
8312 Kelly, C. FDA Issues Strategic Plan for Risk Communication FDA Issues Strategic Plan for Risk Communication
URL: http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm184331.htm

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued its Strategic Plan for Risk Communication, which outlines the agency’s efforts to disseminate more meaningful public health information. The plan also lays…

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued its Strategic Plan for Risk Communication, which outlines the agency’s efforts to disseminate more meaningful public health information. The plan also lays out a framework for the FDA to provide information about FDA-regulated products to health care professionals, patients and consumers in the form they need it and when they need it, and for how the agency oversees industry communications. Document is available here as well.

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Source: Food and Drug Administration

Keywords:

consumer attitudes, consumer behavior, Food and Drug Administration, methodology, public health, risk communication

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20090930 2009
8165 van Dijk, H., et al Consumer responses to communication about food risk management Consumer responses to communication about food risk management
URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2007.08.011

This article explores the provision of information about regulatory enforcement, proactive risk management, scientific uncertainty and risk variability were manipulated in an experiment designed to examine their impact on…

This article explores the provision of information about regulatory enforcement, proactive risk management, scientific uncertainty and risk variability were manipulated in an experiment designed to examine their impact on consumer perceptions of food risk management quality. In order to compare consumer reactions across different cases, three food hazards were selected (mycotoxins on organically grown food, pesticide residues, and a genetically modified potato).

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Source: Appetite Vol. 50, No. 2-3, Mar-May 2008, p. 340-352.

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consumer attitudes, consumer behavior, genetically modified foods, methodology, mycotoxins, pesticide residues, potatoes, risk communication, risk management, uncertainty

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20080500 2008
8097 Public Health Agency of Canada Strategic Risk Communications Framework Within the Context of Health Canada and the PHAC's Integrated Risk Management Strategic Risk Communications Framework Within the Context of Health Canada and the PHAC's Integrated Risk Management
URL: http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/publicat/2007/risk-com/index-eng.php

The purpose of this Framework is to support all Health Canada and PHAC professionals involved in risk management activities in integrating effective risk communications into their work. One way…

The purpose of this Framework is to support all Health Canada and PHAC professionals involved in risk management activities in integrating effective risk communications into their work. One way it can do this is by fostering and enabling collaboration throughout the Department and the Agency. Building on successful current practices in Health Canada and the PHAC, the Framework outlines a strategic, systematic approach to risk communications within the context of integrated risk management. The approach is intended to be flexible enough to address internal and external risk communications for all types of risk issues — from corporate risk issues to health-specific risk issues.

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Source: Public Health Agency of Canada

Keywords:

Canada, government agencies, methodology, risk communication, risk management

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8044 Dodd, C.; Powell, D. Regulatory Management and Communication of Risk Associated with Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Ground Beef Regulatory Management and Communication of Risk Associated with Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Ground Beef
URL: http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1089/fpd.2008.0261

This publication explores the shortcomings of the regulatory role of FSIS, with emphasis on risk analysis and consumer perception. The authors suggest new ways for improving the planning of…

This publication explores the shortcomings of the regulatory role of FSIS, with emphasis on risk analysis and consumer perception. The authors suggest new ways for improving the planning of risk communication.

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Source: Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, Vol. 6, No. 6, Jul-Aug. 2009, p. 743-7.

Keywords:

consumer attitudes, consumer behavior, Escherichia coli O157:H7, ground beef, methodology, risk communication, risk management

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20090700 2009
8001 National Association of County and City Health Officials Crisis, Emergency and Risk Communication Tool Kit Crisis, Emergency and Risk Communication Tool Kit
URL: http://www.naccho.org/toolbox/tool.cfm?id=1552

The Crisis, Emergency, and Risk (CERC) Toolkit evolved from Santa Clara County's increased understanding and recognition of the need to build a strong operational framework for emergency public communication…

The Crisis, Emergency, and Risk (CERC) Toolkit evolved from Santa Clara County's increased understanding and recognition of the need to build a strong operational framework for emergency public communication activities.

Toolkit materials are predicated on "lessons learned" from actual events and best practices from the numerous trainings, drills, tabletops and exercises in which we have been participants and/or facilitators.

The goal of the CERC Toolkit is to provide information and materials to other public health departments and assist in the development and organization of public information activities.

The ultimate goal of this toolkit is for all public health departments to be better prepared in order to communicate efficiently and effectively in a public health emergency.

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Source: National Association of County and City Health Officials

Keywords:

educational materials, methodology, outbreak investigation, public health, risk communication

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7825 The European Food Information Council The European Food Information Council: An Introduction To Food Risk Communication The European Food Information Council: An Introduction To Food Risk Communication
URL: http://www.eufic.org/article/en/food-safety-quality/risk-communication/expid/review-food-risk-communication/

Gives a brief introduction to Risk Communication, and why it has become increasingly necessary to effectively communicate food safety risks from risk assessors to risk managers. Provides a general…

Gives a brief introduction to Risk Communication, and why it has become increasingly necessary to effectively communicate food safety risks from risk assessors to risk managers. Provides a general list of ways to communicate risk.

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Source: The European Food Information Council

Keywords:

acrylamides, consumer attitudes, consumer behavior, food contamination, methodology, risk assessment, risk communication, risk management

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20030400 2003
7795 Pan American Health Organization and Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention Self-instruction Course: "Risk communication" Self-instruction Course: "Risk communication"
URL: http://www.cepis.ops-oms.org/tutorial6/i/index.html

This self instruction course is designed to enhance individuals' understanding of communication of health risks associated with the environment, using methodologies with theoretical and practical approaches applicable in Latin…

This self instruction course is designed to enhance individuals' understanding of communication of health risks associated with the environment, using methodologies with theoretical and practical approaches applicable in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Source: Pan American Health Organization

Keywords:

methodology, risk communication

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4070 Center for Risk Communication Research, Department of Communication, University of Maryland Center for Risk Communication Research Center for Risk Communication Research
URL: http://www.comm.riskcenter.umd.edu
Center for research on risk communication related to food safety, environmental, health, and other risks. The website includes information on their programs and events, links to related websites, and more
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Source: Center for Risk Communication Research, Department of Communication, University of Maryland

Keywords:

methodology, organizations, risk communication

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3740 McComas, K. Risk Communication Tutorials Risk Communication Tutorials
URL: http://foodrisk.org/exclusives/rc-tutorials/

A series of seven on-line tutorials on various facets of risk communication. Titles include "Risk Communication Strategies," "Psychological Factors Influencing How People React to Risk Information," "Involving the Public…

A series of seven on-line tutorials on various facets of risk communication. Titles include "Risk Communication Strategies," "Psychological Factors Influencing How People React to Risk Information," "Involving the Public in Risk Communication," "Giving Public Presentations of Risk Information," "Working with the Media," "Crisis Communication," and "Evaluating Risk Communication"

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Source: FoodRisk.org

Keywords:

methodology, news media, risk communication, risk perception

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3043 Slovic, P.; Finucane, M.L.; Peters, E.; MacGregor, D.G. Risk As Analysis and Risk As Feelings: Some Thoughts About Affect, Reason, Risk, and Rationality Risk As Analysis and Risk As Feelings: Some Thoughts About Affect, Reason, Risk, and Rationality
URL: http://www.decisionresearch.org/pdf/dr502.pdf

Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, New Orleans, LA, December 10, 2002. It discusses the analytical and experiential approaches to understanding risk, and…

Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, New Orleans, LA, December 10, 2002. It discusses the analytical and experiential approaches to understanding risk, and how these factor in to risk management

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Source: Decision Research

Keywords:

methodology, risk management

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20021210 2002
2700 Sandman, P. Index of Web-Available Articles by Peter Sandman Index of Web-Available Articles by Peter Sandman
URL: http://www.psandman.com/webpubs.htm
Listing of online risk communication publications by Peter Sandman
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Source: Peter Sandman Risk Communication Web Site

Keywords:

risk communication

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2624 Ropeik, D.; Slovic, P. Risk Communication: A Neglected Tool in Protecting Public Health Risk Communication: A Neglected Tool in Protecting Public Health
URL: http://www.hcra.harvard.edu/rip/risk_in_persp_June2003.pdf
This article discusses risk communication issues, including risk perception factors, the implications to public health, and the importance of effective risk communication
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Source: Risk in Perspective, Vol. 11, Issue 2, June 2003./Harvard Center for Risk Analysis, Harvard University

Keywords:

methodology, risk communication, risk perception

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20030600 2003
2024 Matsumura, P.(Ed.) Journal of Bacteriology Journal of Bacteriology
URL: http://jb.asm.org/

This twice monthly journal publishes articles on bacteria and other microorganisms. Sections include "Molecular Biology of Pathogens," "Enzymes and Proteins," "Population Genetics and Evolution," and many more. Full text…

This twice monthly journal publishes articles on bacteria and other microorganisms. Sections include "Molecular Biology of Pathogens," "Enzymes and Proteins," "Population Genetics and Evolution," and many more. Full text is available for articles over six months old. Newer articles require a subscription, but abstracts may be viewed online for free

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Source: American Society for Microbiology

Keywords:

antibiotic resistance, bacteria, journals

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1410 Coleman, R.J. Communicating Risk to Consumers Communicating Risk to Consumers
URL: http://europa.eu.int/comm/dgs/health_consumer/library/speeches/speech133_en.pdf

Address given at the Interim Scientific Advisory Forum in Brussels, Belgium on October 30, 2001. This talk addresses the importance of risk communication in ensuring consumer confidence in the…

Address given at the Interim Scientific Advisory Forum in Brussels, Belgium on October 30, 2001. This talk addresses the importance of risk communication in ensuring consumer confidence in the food supply, and outlines guidelines for risk communication

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Source: Health and Consumer Protection Directorate-General, European Commission

Keywords:

consumer attitudes, consumer behavior, methodology, risk communication, risk perception

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20011030 2001
1248 German Delegate, FAO/WHO Global Forum of Food Safety Regulators Ensuring Efficient Communication and Interaction Between Food Safety Risk Assessors and Risk Managers Ensuring Efficient Communication and Interaction Between Food Safety Risk Assessors and Risk Managers
URL: http://www.fao.org/DOCREP/MEETING/004/Y1941E.HTM

This report was presented at the FAO/WHO Global Forum of Food Safety Regulators in Marrakesh, Morocco, on January 28-30, 2002. It was prepared by Germany on the basis of…

This report was presented at the FAO/WHO Global Forum of Food Safety Regulators in Marrakesh, Morocco, on January 28-30, 2002. It was prepared by Germany on the basis of the report of the WHO Expert Consultation "The Interaction Between Assessors and Managers of Microbiological Hazards in Food", held in Kiel, Germany, on March 21-23, 2000. The report discusses the functional separation of risk assessment and risk management, the interaction between risk assessors and risk managers, transparency, and the recommendations of the Expert Consultation

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Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Keywords:

communication (human), Food and Agriculture Organization, risk assessment, risk assessors, risk communication, risk management, risk managers, World Health Organization

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20020128 2002
452 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)/Subcommittee on Risk Communication and Education, Environmental Health Policy Committee, Public Health Service Health Risk Communicator Health Risk Communicator
URL: http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/risk/riskprimer/index.html
Newsletter published three times a year which presents information on health risk communication principles, practices, and standards
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Source: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Subcommittee on Risk Communication and Education, Environmental Health Policy Committee, Public Health Service

Keywords:

journals, methodology, public health, risk communication

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353 Chartier, J.; Gabler, S. Risk Communication and Government; Theory and Application for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Risk Communication and Government; Theory and Application for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
URL: http://www.aphis.usda.gov/oieamericas/riskcomm.pdf

Paper explores risk communication from a government point of view, with emphasis on food risk and science-based communication

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Source: Public and Regulatory Affairs Branch, Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Keywords:

Canada, food safety education, foodborne illness, government agencies, risk communication

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20010000 2001
351 Gray, P.C.R.; Wiedemann, P.M. Risk Communication in Print and on the Web Risk Communication in Print and on the Web
URL: http://tc.eserver.org/22240.html

Guide provides a selection of risk communication manuals and resources

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Source: Forschungszentrum Julich

Keywords:

guidelines, methodology, risk communication

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20000900 2000
350 National Academies Improving Risk Communication Improving Risk Communication
URL: http://www.nap.edu/books/0309039436/html/

Table of contents from which visitors can access the book, Improving Risk Communication, in Open Book image format

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Source: National Academy Press

Keywords:

guidelines, methodology, risk communication, risk reduction

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19890000 1989
349 Fischhoff, B.; Downs, J.S. Communicating Foodborne Disease Risk Communicating Foodborne Disease Risk
URL: http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/eid/vol3no4/fischof.htm

Article discusses risk communication and risk perception as related to foodborne disease risk

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Source: Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vol. 3, No. 4, October-December 1997, National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Keywords:

foodborne illness, methodology, risk communication, risk perception

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19971000 1997
348 Tinker, T.L.; Silberberg, P.G. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Evaluation Primer on Health Risk Communication Programs: Programs and Outcomes Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Evaluation Primer on Health Risk Communication Programs: Programs and Outcomes
URL: http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/HEC/evalprmr.html

Primer on how to conduct effective evaluations of health risk communication programs

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Source: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Keywords:

educational materials, human health and safety, methodology, notifiable disease, risk communication, toxic substances

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19970500 1997
326 Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Risk Communication Bibliography Risk Communication Bibliography
URL: http://dccps.nci.nih.gov/DECC/riskcommbib/

Searchable database for resources in risk communication on cancer and other related risks

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Source: Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

Keywords:

bibliographies, carcinogens, databases, risk communication

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317 National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Current Bibliographies in Medicine 2000-7: Health Risk Communication Current Bibliographies in Medicine 2000-7: Health Risk Communication
URL: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/archive//20061214/pubs/cbm/health_risk_communication.html

Bibliographies provide citations to publications in risk communication and related areas from 1990-2000.

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Source: National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health

Keywords:

bibliographies, databases, human health and safety, medicine, risk, risk communication

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20001000 2000
212 FoodRisk.org Consumer & Outreach Session Notes Consumer & Outreach Session Notes
URL: http://foodrisk.org/irac/events/1998-08-07/consumer/

Here provides the summary report written by the Focus Group Leader of Public Health and Consumer Group & Communication / Media / Outreach Group.

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Source: FoodRisk.org

Keywords:

consumer education, consumer information, food safety education, Interagency Risk Assessment Consortium, news media, outreach, public health, risk communication

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182 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)/World Health Organization (WHO) FAO/WHO Expert Consultation on the Application of Risk Communication to Food Standards and Safety Matters FAO/WHO Expert Consultation on the Application of Risk Communication to Food Standards and Safety Matters
URL: ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/005/x1271e/x1271e00.pdf

Rome, Italy: The Consultation discussed principles of risk communication, barriers to effective risk communication, and strategies for effective risk communication. Conclusions and recommendations of the Consultation are presented

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Source: Economic and Social Department, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Keywords:

Food and Agriculture Organization, guidelines, human health and safety, methodology, risk communication, safety standards, World Health Organization

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19980206 1998