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Common Foodborne Illnesses: History, Prevention, and Treatment- Part 2: Episode 2- Unraveling the Culprits: Campylobacteriosis, Listeria, Clostridium, E. coli, & Vibriosis CE Podcasts for Nurses

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In this episode, our focus encompasses the prevention, transmission, identification, and treatment of botulism, campylobacter, listeria, clostridium, E. coli , and vibriosis.

In Memory of This Episode's Honored Guest
Kirk Ornstein, MSM, MS, RN, NCSN, CNL
April 20, 1967 - September 11, 2023
https://everloved.com/life-of/kirk-ornstein/

A few words from Dr. Candace Pierce, Lead Nurse Planner, Elite Healthcare:
"In fond memory of a cherished colleague and friend who left a lasting impact on us. He wasn't someone we worked with daily, but when we collaborated, it was always such a great experience. His dedication to thorough research and ensuring the information he shared was accurate and current was something to admire. He had this innate love for diving deep into subjects, always hungry for knowledge. His expertise was evident, and we all knew he was the go-to person in his field. Even though our interactions were not daily, his imprint on us remains profound. Rest peacefully, dear friend."
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This is episode 2 of the series: Common Foodborne Illnesses: History, Prevention, and Treatment Part 2

This podcast delves into the complex realm of foodborne illnesses and their impact on
healthcare professionals. Recent research estimates have unveiled concerning gaps in
pathogen recognition among up to a third of healthcare practitioners. Join our discussion  as we explore the evolving landscape influenced by environmental changes and globalization and its potential effects on disease identification and treatment. We'll also uncover how emerging technologies are reshaping the surveillance of foodborne illnesses, with implications for early outbreak detection. Understanding these dynamics is vital as healthcare providers are on the frontline of patient care.

The purpose of this podcast is to provide the most current research and evidence-based practice for common foodborne illnesses. The course will focus on the history and significance of foodborne illness with an emphasis on barriers and surveillance of foodborne infections.

Nurses may be able to complete an accredited CE activity featuring content from this podcast and earn CE hours provided from Elite Learning by Colibri Healthcare. For more information, click here

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Series: Common Foodborne Illnesses: History, Prevention, and Treatment Part 2

In this episode, our focus encompasses the prevention, transmission, identification, and treatment of botulism, campylobacter, listeria, clostridium, E. coli , and vibriosis.

In Memory of This Episode's Honored Guest
Kirk Ornstein, MSM, MS, RN, NCSN, CNL
April 20, 1967 - September 11, 2023
https://everloved.com/life-of/kirk-ornstein/

A few words from Dr. Candace Pierce, Lead Nurse Planner, Elite Healthcare:
"In fond memory of a cherished colleague and friend who left a lasting impact on us. He wasn't someone we worked with daily, but when we collaborated, it was always such a great experience. His dedication to thorough research and ensuring the information he shared was accurate and current was something to admire. He had this innate love for diving deep into subjects, always hungry for knowledge. His expertise was evident, and we all knew he was the go-to person in his field. Even though our interactions were not daily, his imprint on us remains profound. Rest peacefully, dear friend."
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This is episode 2 of the series: Common Foodborne Illnesses: History, Prevention, and Treatment Part 2

This podcast delves into the complex realm of foodborne illnesses and their impact on
healthcare professionals. Recent research estimates have unveiled concerning gaps in
pathogen recognition among up to a third of healthcare practitioners. Join our discussion  as we explore the evolving landscape influenced by environmental changes and globalization and its potential effects on disease identification and treatment. We'll also uncover how emerging technologies are reshaping the surveillance of foodborne illnesses, with implications for early outbreak detection. Understanding these dynamics is vital as healthcare providers are on the frontline of patient care.

The purpose of this podcast is to provide the most current research and evidence-based practice for common foodborne illnesses. The course will focus on the history and significance of foodborne illness with an emphasis on barriers and surveillance of foodborne infections.

Nurses may be able to complete an accredited CE activity featuring content from this podcast and earn CE hours provided from Elite Learning by Colibri Healthcare. For more information, click here

View Episode Show Notes

View Episode Transcript

Already an Elite Member? Login here

Learn more about CE Podcasts from Elite Learning by Colibri Healthcare

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Series: Common Foodborne Illnesses: History, Prevention, and Treatment Part 2

46 min