JIFSAN 2016 Annual Symposium

Communicating Food Risk in an Era of Social Media

April 4-5, 2016 Greenbelt Marriott Hotel, Greenbelt, MD, USA

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Symposium Proceedings

BACKGROUND

How do you FIRST RECEIVE scientific and food safety risk information, monitor for consumer concerns? How do you then process, and SEND out communications that are timely, honest, and relevant? Today, social media sources drive our access to information and communication, and it is IMMEDIATE! Is your food risk communication system keeping up? The 2016 SYMPOSIUM will emphasize modernizing food risk communication via social media and why current toolboxes are now inadequate, particularly in crisis situations. This symposium is designed for the entire risk communication team: the front-line team, those with the scientific knowledge, those developing the messages, and the boss who makes the resources available to do this very important work.

DOCUMENTS

Full Background Download PDF Agenda Download PDF Program Book Download PDF Participants List Download PDF

SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS

The Role & Importance of Food Risk Communication Sharon Natanblut Download PDF Are Age-old Risk Communication Principles Standing the Test of Time (and the Internet)? William Hallman Download PDF Crisis Communication in the Food Industry: An Overview of Current Research Timothy Sellnow Download PDF JIFSAN Symposium Communication Scenario - Introduction Amy Philpott Donna Rosenbaum Download PDF Food Risk Communication Plans, Planning, and Social Media Amy Philpott Donna Rosenbaum Download PDF Information Overload: Filtering through it all and deciding what is important? Patrick Wall Download PDF ERIS: Supporting the Early Detection of Food Risks and Issues Niels Lucas Luijckx Download PDF Using Innovation for Signals and Surveillance Lyle Canida Download PDF JIFSAN Symposium Communication Scenario - Scenario Update Amy Philpott Donna Rosenbaum Download PDF Crafting the Right Message Donna Rosenbaum Amy Philpott Laura Burnworth Download PDF Message Dissemination: Social Media and Beyond Dominique Brossard Laura Burnworth Download PDF Disseminating the Message: CDC’s Perspective Laura Burnworth Download PDF Leadership: Where Food Risk Communication Begins and Ends William Daniels Download PDF

SPONSORS

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