June 2024

Journal of Environmental Health
Volume 86, Number 10

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About the Cover

Foodborne disease is a substantial public health problem. Restaurant inspections are a primary way health departments can verify that food safety practices and policies are being properly implemented, as well as serve as an opportunity for inspectors to build relationships with food workers. In this issue’s cover article, the Minnesota Department of Health surveyed workers in food and beverage service facilities to better understand their needs and behaviors. Specifically, the survey aimed to 1) assess how food workers want to receive food safety information, 2) better understand how they perceive inspections and their interactions with health inspectors, and 3) better understand employee illness reporting behaviors.

Table of Contents

Advancement of the Science

  • Information Sharing Preferences, Inspection Perceptions, and Employee Illness Behavior: A Survey of More Than 1,500 Minnesota Food Workers
  • Development, Evaluation, and Long-Term Outcomes of Environmental Health and Land Reuse Training—Part 1: Developing Environmental Health and Land Reuse Trainings for the Environmental Health Workforce and Their Community Partners

Advancement of the Practice

  • Performance Indicators Corresponding to the Critical Competencies in Children’s Environmental Health
  • Building Capacity: A Vision for Inspector Routing to Build Capacity
  • Direct From ATSDR: PFAS Information for Clinicians From ATSDR
  • The Practitioner’s Tool Kit: Disinfectant Versus Sanitizer

Advancement of the Practitioner

  • Spotlight on NEHA Member Resources
  • Environmental Health Calendar
  • Resource Corner

Your Association

  • President's Message: The Future Is Bright
  • Special Listing
  • NEHA News
  • NEHA 2024 AEC

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