Food Safety Conference Program
The 2019 conference March 6-8 in Orlando, FL, is expected to draw 400 public and private sector professionals who are involved in educating people about food safety.
Welcome to the Conference Program page for From Consumers to Chefs: Food Safety Education Matters.
March 6, 2019
Federal Agency Research Share — What’s New & What’s Coming Up?
Our Federal agency partners from the USDA, FDA and the CDC will share recent research related to foodborne illness, consumer food handling behaviors and risky foods.
Carmen Rottenberg, Acting Deputy Under Secretary, USDA Office of Food Safety
Paul Kiecker, Acting Administrator FSIS, USDA Office of Food Safety
Susan T. Mayne, Director, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, FDA
Robert Tauxe, Director, Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases, CDC
lisa gene Cox, Owner, Texas Best Food Services Training. (pending)
Program Tools: Refresh Your Outreach Toolbox
Food Safety Outreach for Farmers’ Market Consumers: Utilization of Both “Old-Fashioned” & Social Media Approaches
Sharpening Your Farmers’ Market Food Safety Knowledge: Visual Tools & Social Media
Safe Food Handling in Today’s Landscape
Home Food Preservation: What’s Old is New Again!
Cooking Up Cottage Food Safely
A Mixed-Methods Assessment of Consumers’ Risky Food Safety & Beef Safety Behaviors
Know the Data: Modifying Approaches to Increase Consumer Engagement
Barriers & Motivators to Thermometer Use Among Food Workers & Consumers
Framing Messages to Motivate Consumers: Example for Thermometer Use
Evaluating the Efficacy of a U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Educational Video on Consumer Thermometer Usage
Produce Safety Teaching Demonstrations
Spreading of Norovirus: When You Least Expect It — A Hands-on Demonstration
Food Safety Word Splat
At Risk People
At-Risk People — Action Plan to Engage Vulnerable Populations
We’ll help our audience go deeper in developing awareness of the needs and motivations of special vulnerable populations, including people with underlying chronic conditions such as diabetes.
Sacha Uelmen, RDN CDE, Director of Nutrition, American Diabetes Association
Colleen Doyle, MS RD, Managing Director of Nutrition & Physical Activity, American Cancer Society
TBA (invited speaker)
Illness Reporting: Is Increased Outreach Critical?
To better improve foodborne illness surveillance, state and local health agencies are implementing innovative outreach programs for consumers that include centralized illness reporting systems. We’ll talk about how the value of these systems in reducing the number of foodborne illnesses that go unreported.
Marijke Decuir, Minnesota Department of Public Health
Jamie DeMent, Florida Department of Health
Steven Mandernach, AFDO Executive Director
Invited: Harvard School of Public Health