The purpose of our descriptive retrospective study was to analyze data collected within the Electronic Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System (eFORS) in school settings in order to examine the magnitude of foodborne disease etiologies, particularly norovirus, and to recommend strategies for prevention.
What does EFORS stand for?
EFORS stands for Electronic Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System
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Acknowledgments We thank all the states that routinely submit data to the Electronic Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System.
The 17 specific contributing factors chosen for comparison in this report are derived from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) identification of five broad risk factors related to food employee behaviors and food preparation practices in retail food service establishments, and from the risk factors currently in use by the CDC Electronic Foodborne Outbreak Reporting System (CDC, 2003; Olsen, MacKinon, Goulding, Bean, & Slutsker, 2000).