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Integrated Surveillance of Foodborne Pathogens

Mission

Surveillance along the food chain for safer food and healthy people in BC

The goals and objectives of the program are to:

To inform programs and policies to decrease the burden of human disease in BC commonly associated with foodborne pathogens by:

  1. Identify sources and patterns of endemic and emerging disease caused by pathogens along the foodborne in BC
    • Monitor the occurrence of pathogens along the food chain
    • Integrate findings from food and animal sources and human sectors
  2. Support efficient and coordinated multi-sectoral programs and policies to address public health risks along the food chain in BC
    • Strengthen inter and intra-agency partnerships required to address public health risks along the food chain
    • Share integrated findings from animal, environment, food and human sources to inform programs and policies

Data Sources and Methods

Reports

2016 Integrated Salmonella Surveillance Annual Report

2015 Integrated Salmonella Surveillance Annual Report

2014 Integrated Salmonella Surveillance Annual Report

2013 Integrated Salmonella Surveillance Annual Report

2012 Integrated Salmonella Surveillance Annual Report

2011 Integrated Salmonella Surveillance Annual Report

2010 Integrated Salmonella Surveillance Annual Report


Food Research International 2011

SOURCE: Integrated Surveillance of Foodborne Pathogens ( )
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