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    What’s New
  • A high price to pay: The cost of food-related illnesses

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    A high price to pay: The cost of food-related illnesses
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    Foodborne Illness

    Every year, one in six Americans get sick from foodborne illness and 3,000 die. read more

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  • Disease Detectives on the Job

    Source Investigation

    Like investigators at the scene of a crime, disease detectives begin by looking for clues and gathering information about what happened. read more

    Disease Detectives on the Job
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About Us

The Tennessee Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence is a partnership between the Tennessee Department of Health and the University of Tennessee.  The Center serves as a resource for local, state, and federal public health professionals to respond to foodborne illness outbreaks.


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Centers of Excellence Sites

There are six Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence sites. Click on the image below for a list of other Centers.


Integrated Food Safety Centers of Excellence Sites

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Training

New

Tennessee Integrated Food Safety Centers of Excellence announces the completion of an online training course titled Epidemiologic Investigations Related to Foodborne Outbreaks . This course is located on the Learning Management Center of the Center for Agriculture and Food Security and Preparedness. Please register for this web course at: https://tennessee.csod.com/default.aspx?c=cafsp&loid=79821a19-4358-4746-b57e-d5b4c6bbf80d


Tennessee Integrated Food Safety Centers of Excellence announces the posting of Communication Procedures Team Activity #1. Download and start this activity after completing the Foodborne Outbreak Investigation and Response Team Roles and Responsibilities: Part A course and the Foodborne Outbreak Investigation and Response Team Roles and Responsibilities: Part B course.


 

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