Webinars and Videos

 

Center of Excellence Webinars and Videos

The following videos consist of live broadcast of online presentations, as well as instructional videos. Click on the video to begin watching within this browser window, you may also maximize each video to watch in full screen.


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Water Test Kit Tutorial

This video shows how to use a chlorine test kit and a dead end hollow fiber ultra-filtration water test kit. The principles used in collecting environmental samples can also be used in foodborne outbreak investigations.


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07/05/2019
Food Safety Practices for Salmonella and Campylobacter Control in Poultry

It is estimated that Salmonella and Campylobacter cause more than 1 million illnesses every year in the US. Most illnesses occur due to consumption of undercooked poultry or as result of cross-contamination. This seminar will discuss the characteristics of these poultry-borne pathogens and the challenges they pose for the poultry industry and the food safety practices that would result in safer supply of poultry and poultry products. This recording was presented by Dr. Manpreet Singh with the Poultry Sciences Department at the University of Georgia on January 23, 2019.


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01/24/2019
SEDRIC Allele Code Finder Training

This brief demonstration provides users with the drill down steps on how to find allele codes using the System for Enteric Disease Response, Investigation, and Coordination (SEDRIC) object explorer.


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01/11/2019
Foodborne Pathogens and Processing of Low Water Activity Foods Webinar

Presenters: Dr. Kevin Mis Solval and Dr. Larry Beuchat from the University of Georgia Overview: There has been an increase of outbreaks of foodborne illness associated with consumption of contaminated dry foods. Food engineers design equipment to process dry foods and food ingredients, keeping in mind that the equipment design may have an influence on the prevention/reduction of foodborne pathogens during processing. The most common foodborne pathogens associated with low water activity foods and conditions affecting survival will be discussed.


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10/31/2018
Foodborne Outbreak Investigation: What does an epidemiologist do?

This production is the fourth video in the Foodborne Illness Introductory Video Series developed by the Florida Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence. This video provides a broad overview of the primary roles and responsibilities of an epidemiologist and how they work together to detect, investigate, and respond to foodborne disease.


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02/01/2018
Foodborne Outbreak Investigation: What does a laboratorian do?

This production is the fifth video in the Foodborne Illness Introductory Video Series developed by the Florida Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence. This video provides a broad overview of the primary roles and responsibilities that a public health laboratorian will conduct during a foodborne outbreak investigation.


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02/01/2018
Foodborne Outbreak Investigation: What does an environmental health professional do?

This production is the sixth video in the Foodborne Illness Introductory Video Series developed by the Florida Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence. This video provides a broad overview of the primary roles and responsibilities that an environmental health professional will conduct during a foodborne outbreak investigation.


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02/01/2018
Vibrio vulnificus Q&A

An informational video on Vibrio vulnificus, a bacterium usually found in warm seawater, presented by Dr. Carina Blackmore, Acting State Epidemiologist with the Florida Department of Health.


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