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  1. Taryra Owens MPH Student: Walden University Presentation for Health Service Advisory Board of VBDPH, VA Food Handlers, and Consumers Prevention of Norovirus: Proper Food Handling is the Key to Success

  2. Objectives • Origin of Norovirus • Potential Contaminated Foods w/Norovirus • Route of Contamination • “WHO” Can be Affected by Norovirus • Preventative Methods • Future of Food Handling

  3. Origin of Norovirus “WHAT” is Norovirus • What is it? • What does it cause? • What are the symptoms? • What are the treatments? • Life after Norovirus foodpoisonjournal.com

  4. Contaminated Food w/Norovirus “WHAT” foods are affected • Salads • Sandwiches • Fruit • Improperly Cooked Shellfish enyfoodcoop.com

  5. Contaminated Food w/Norovirus “How” to tell if shellfish is contaminated or bad • Smell • Look • Location

  6. Route of Contamination • Contaminated foods • Person-to-Person • Fecal-Oral • Vomiting-Oral

  7. Route of Contamination Handwashingforlife.com

  8. “Who” is Affected “Children” • Immunity • Free-Spirit mymajicdc.com

  9. “Who” is Affected ‘Pregnant Women” • Immunity • Strict Diet ecologyhealthcenter.net

  10. “Who” is Affected “Elderly” • Immunity • Dehydration • Death health.usf.edu

  11. “Who” is Affected YOU! ausdjforums.com

  12. Preventative Methods • Hand-washing • Cleaning Surfaces • Proper Cooking • Proper Storage cruiselawnews.com

  13. Preventative Methods “Hand-Washing” • Frequency • Technique • Soap and Water • Sanitizers

  14. Preventative Methods “Cleaning Surfaces” • “What” to Clean • Correct Disinfectant greenlightoffice.com

  15. Preventative Methods “Proper Cooking” • Preparation • Temperature • Consumption

  16. Preventative Methods “Proper Storage” • Temperature • Storage Life pubs.ext.vt.edu

  17. Preventative Methods “Ten rules for safe food preparation and consumption” • Choose food processed for safety • Cook food thoroughly • Eat cooked food immediately • Store cooked food immediately • Reheat cooked foods thoroughly • Avoid contact between raw and cooked foods • Wash hands repeatedly • Keep all kitchen surfaces meticulously clean • Protect foods from insects, rodents, and other animals • Use pure water Moeller, 2005, p. 147

  18. Future of Food Handling • Proper hand-washing • Public Awareness • Responsibility tomorrowstrends.com

  19. Future of Food Handling health.state.mn.us

  20. Future of Food Handling “Public Awareness” • Getting safe food tips out • Disclaimers • Morbidity and Mortality

  21. Future of Food Handling “Responsibility” • Businesses • Food Handlers • Community

  22. Wrap Up • Norovirus Present • Norovirus Future

  23. Questions fortworthchamber.com

  24. References • “Allergies, Food Poisoning and More.” (2011). Kidsafeseafood.com (para 3). Retrieved on May 7, 2011 from http://www.kidsafeseafood.org/fishfacts_allergiesandmore.php • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). (2011). Norovirus Illness: Key Facts. (para, 1-5). Retrieved on May 6, 2011 from http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/revb/gastro/norovirus-keyfacts.htm • “Infections in Pregnancy.” (2011). Healthline.com (para 3 & 7). Retrieved on May 7, 2011 from http://www.healthline.com/yodocontent/pregnancy/infections.html • “Learn the basics to keep food safe at home.” (2010). Foodsafetynews.com (para. 5 & 22). Retrieved on May 7, 2011from http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2010/10/preventing-foodborne-illness/ • Moeller, Dade W. (2005). Environmental Health, (3rd Edition, p.136-147). Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press • “Pregnancy Nutrition: Foods to Avoid During Pregnancy.” (2009). MayoClinic.com (para. 6). Retrieved on May 7, 2011 from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/pregnancy-nutrition/PR00109

  25. References • Virginia Beach Department of Public Heath (VBDPH). (2011). About us (para. 3). Retrieved on May 8, 2011 from http://www.vdh.state.va.us/LHD/vabeach/index.htm • Virginia Department of Health(VDH). (2011). Norovirus fact sheet (para 1-6). Retrieved on May 6, 2011 from http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/epidemiology/factsheets/Norovirus.htm • Virginia Department of Health (VDH). (2005). Foodborne Disease Outbreak Statistics (para. 1-3). Retrieved on May 8, 2011 from http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/Epidemiology/Surveillance/SurveillanceData/AnnualReports/Reports/Outbreaks%20Confirmed%20in%20Virginia%202005.pdf