The Integrated Foodborne Outbreak Response and Management (InFORM) conference brings together the network of public health officials involved with foodborne and enteric disease outbreak response. This includes federal, state and local public health and laboratory scientists, epidemiologists, environmental health specialists and health communicators. Held every two years, the conference will consist of a keynote speaker, plenary and discipline-specific sessions and poster presentations.
- Public health laboratory personnel who are part of the PulseNet Network or are interested in standardized whole genome sequencing subtyping of enteric pathogens for public health surveillance.
- PulseNet participants and epidemiologists from the FDA and the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service and Agricultural Research Service.
- Laboratory personnel from international public health agencies who are interested in learning more about PulseNet or participating in PulseNet.
- Epidemiologists who work to investigate local or multistate outbreaks of enteric pathogens, such as E. coli, Salmonella spp. and Listeria spp.
- Environmental health specialists involved in illness outbreak investigations at local, state, tribal or federal agencies or departments.
- Health communicators involved in enteric disease outbreak and prevention and food safety education.
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