CDC estimates that each year roughly

48 million Americans get sick,

128,000 are hospitalized,

and 3,000 die of foodborne diseases

This ECHO series is designed to encourage foodborne epidemiologists to take advantage of a variety of data and tools available to them when generating a hypothesis for an outbreak detected through pathogen-based surveillance.

This series is offered in partnership with the Colorado Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence, Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center, and ECHO Colorado.

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Hypothesis Generation During a Foodborne Illness Outbreak

Audience:
Foodborne disease epidemiologists at state and large local public health departments


Commitment: 
Four weekly ECHO sessions held virtually
Wednesdays 1:00 - 2:00 PM MST
November 13 - December 11
(No session the week of Thanksgiving)

 
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In Partnership With:

  • ECHO SESSION 1

    The Importance of Hypothesis Generation

    November 13, 2019

  • ECHO SESSION 2

    Using Descriptive and Food-Pathogen Pairs Data for Hypothesis Generation

    November 20, 2019

  • ECHO SESSION 3

    Hypothesis Generating Questionnaires and Unstructured Interviews

    December 4, 2019

  • ECHO SESSION 4

    Binomial Probabilities for Hypothesis Generation

    December 11, 2019

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