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Issue #

Season/Month

Year

Feature Article Title

Authors

Main EH Subject Area

Secondary EH Subject Area

209

Spring

2012

Grease Interceptors: An overview over Florida code changes during the last ten years

Eberhard Roeder

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


209

Spring

2012

Public Health Performance Management: Opportunities for Environmental Public Health

LCDR Justin Gerding, Julianne Price

Environmental Health Planning


208

Fall/Winte

2012

An Examination of Aerobic Treatment Units, Operational Problems and Drainfield Failures in Charlotte County, Florida in 2010

Frank Ciurca, Phil O'Driscoll

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


208

Fall/Winter

2012

Environmental Health Minority Internship Program

Robin Eychaner, Sandy Macenat, Michelle Nnadi, Adonica Nunn

Environmental Health Industry


208

Fall/Winter

2012

A New Role for the Environmental health Professional in Produce Food Safety

Roy Costa

Food Hygiene


208

Fall/Winter

2012

Informing the Public With Air Quality Alerts: Florida Department of Health Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) Program

Melissa Murray Jordan, Chris DuClos, Rebecca Thomas, John Folsom, Jim Zhang

Environmental Public Health Tracking

Air Quality

208

Fall/Winter

2012

Water Quality Evaluation Around the Coastal Town of Suwanee, Florida, after Septic Tank Phase Out

Shirish Bhat, Larry J. Danek, Gary Dalbec

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


207

Spring/Summer

2011

Water Quality Evaluation Around the Coastal Town of Suwanee, Florida, after Septic Tank Phase Out

Shirish Bhat, Larry J. Danek, Gary Dalbec

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


207

Spring/Summer

2011

People are People

John Holmes

Biomedical Waste


207

Spring/Summer

2011

Blue Springs Working Group

Kim Duffek

Water Quality


207

Spring/Summer

2011

Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis in Florida: A Case Report and Epidemiological Review of Florida Cases

Philip Budge,Becky Lazensky, Kathleen W. Van Zile, Karen Elliott, Carrie Dooyema, Govinda S. Visvesvara, Johathan Yoder, Michael Beach

Epidemiology


207

Spring/Summer

2011

Tracking Arsenic Contamination in Private Drinking Water Wells in Hernando County Using the Geographic Information System

Lawrence A. Gordon

Drinking Water Toxics

Private Wells

207

Spring/Summer

2011

The Department of Health's Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health (PACE-EH) Program has Won Harvard's Bright Ideas Award


Environmental Health Planning


207

Spring/Summer

2011

NEHA Update

Thomas R. Ward

Environmental Health Industry


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

EPHLI Cohort V: Team Keene's Experience

Keith Keene, Angeline DeWal, Bret Smith, Gayle Guidash, Amy Meese

Environmental Health Industry


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

Norovirus Gastroenteritis Outbreaks Among Wedding Attendees in Northeast Florida: An Outbreak Comparison With Recommendations for Future Investigations

Amber Barnes, Ruth Voss, Kathleen Van Zile, Robyn Kay, Kristina Weis

Epidemiology

Food Hygiene

206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

Research: Cornerstone of Progress

Elke Ursin

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

Onsite Sewage Program Consistency: State Sanctioning to Certification

Ed Barranco

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

2010 AEM Summaries

Chuck Henry

Environmental Health Industry


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

Golden Pen 2009-2010 Winner Speech

Elke Ursin

Environmental Health Industry


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

AEM Schedule 2010


Environmental Health Industry


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

AEM Photo Highlights 2010


Environmental Health Industry


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

From the Historian

Kurt Jennings

Environmental Health Industry


206

Summer/Fall/Winter

2010

NEHA Update

Thomas R. Ward

Environmental Health Industry


205

Spring

2010

In Your Own Words, What Does Your Professional Certification (RS/REHS/REHP) Mean To You?

Scott Turner

Environmental Health Industry


205

Spring

2010

Part 3: Developing and Executing a Sampling Plan (Onsite Wastewater Compliance Monitoring In Florida - A Critical Review of Laws Policies and Procedures That Impact Sustainable Growth)

Bill Brookman, Pamela Weeks, Amy Holingbaugh, Deborah Chesna, Mark Terrill

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


205

Spring

2010

Cluster of Salmonella IV:5-z4,z23:- Among Florida Residents, 2009

Kristina E. Weis, Roberta Hammond, Carina Blackmore

Epidemiology

Food Hygiene

205

Spring

2010

A Brief History of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus in Florida

Jonathan F. Day

Zoonotic Disease


205

Spring

2010

The Environmental Health Minority Internship Program (EHMIP)

Robin Eychaner

Environmental Health Industry


205

Spring

2010

Book in Review: "Who Moved My Cheese?"

Sunshine Valdes

Environmental Health Industry


204

Winter

2009

Elevated Chlorine Level Exposure at a Zoo Splash Fountain In Hillsborough County, June 11, 2009

Doug King, Greg Alfsen, Mike Friedman

Public Swimming Pool & Bathing


204

Winter

2009

Intersections of Disaster

Robert Maglievaz

Disaster Preparedness and Response


204

Winter

2009

Ecology and Population Parameters of Invasive Burmese Pythons (P. molurus bivittatus) in South Florida

Michael Evans

Zoonotic Disease


204

Winter

2009

A New FDA Rule on Irradiation of Produce: Finding an Appropriate Role in Food Safety

Antinio Machado

Food Hygiene


204

Winter

2009

Back in Time: Florida's First Health Department

Dr. W.H.Y. Smith

Environmental Health Industry


204

Winter

2009

A Brief Overview of the OSTDS Additives Review Process

Marcelo J. Blanco

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


203

Summer

2009

Part 2: Why Do We Monitor Onsite Wastewater Systems?  Onsite Wastewater Compliance Monitoring in Florida - A Critical Review of Laws Policies and Procedures that Impact Sustainable Growth

William Brookman

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


203

Summer

2009

Liquid Mercury: Making You Aware - Harmful Effects, Handling Spills and Proper Disposal

Susan Skye

Hazardous Waste


203

Summer

2009

Beaches and HABs: Successful Expansion of the Florida Red Tide Reporting System for Protection of Public Health Through Community Education and Outreach

Kate Nierenberg, Andrew Reich, Robert Currier, Barbara Kirkpatrick, Lorraine C. Backer, Richard Stumpf, Lora Fleming, and Gary Kirkpatrick

Beach Water Monitoring


203

Summer

2009

Composting and Incinerating Toilets: A Brief Description

Kim Duffek

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


203

Summer

2009

Investigation Techniques in Foodborne Illness Outbreaks

Roy Costa

Food Hygiene


203

Summer

2009

PACE EH: Promoting Economic Revitalization with Incentive for Redevelopment in East Jacksonville

Cassandra Haverkamp and Scott Turner

Environmental Health Planning


203

Summer

2009

Ode to Novel H1N1 (Swine) Flu Poem

Julie Casani

Zoonotic Disease


203

Summer

2009

Users Guide for the "Petting Zoo" Compendium

NASPVH Animal Contact Compendium Committee

Zoonotic Disease


203

Summer

2009

Alternative Drainfield Products in Florida: A Statewide and Regional Analysis of Frequency, Distribution, and Density

Elke Ursin, Kara Loewe

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


202

Spring

2009

Legionella Positive Environmental Samples from a Hot Tub at a Local Resort Hotel, Orange County, December 2008

Dean Bodager, Donna Walsh, Tiery Osias, David Overfield

Epidemiology


202

Spring

2009

New Bureau of Environmental Public Health Medicine Joins the Division of Environmental Health

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


202

Spring

2009

Meet the Newest Bureau Chief in the Division of Environmental Health: Carina Blackmore, MS, DVM, PhD

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


202

Spring

2009

Part 1: What Can We Learn from the Automobile?  Onsite Wastewater Compliance Monitoring in Florida - A Critical Review of Laws, Policies and Procedures that Impact Sustainable Growth

William Brookman

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


202

Spring

2009

Strike Teams Receive Radiological Response Training and Flagler ER Center

Scott Heston, Zhan Bennett

Disaster Preparedness and Response

Radiation Control

201

Winter

2008

Working Toward a Strategic Plan

Elke Ursin

Environmental Health Industry


201

Winter

2008

A Brief History of Dengue Virus in Florida

Jonathan F. Day

Zoonotic Disease


201

Winter

2008

Region 5 Strike Team Deploys to Iowa

Jim McRae

Disaster Preparedness and Response


201

Winter

2008

Sources of Nitrogen:  Estimates for Inputs and Loads to Ground Water in the Wekiva Study Area

Eberhard Roeder

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems

Water Quality

200

Fall

2008

Construction and Demolition Debris Landfills: Community and Occupational Health Issues

Anita Lewis, Samantha Rivers, Lynn Wilder, Wendy Wattigney

Community and Occupational Health


200

Fall

2008

FEHA's Second Scientific Poster Session a Huge Success! 

Greg Kearney

Environmental Health Industry


200

Fall

2008

Outbreak of Legionellosis Associated with Exposure to a Hotel Outdoor Hot Tub 

Leah Einstein, Dean Bodager

Epidemiology


200

Fall

2008

Radon-Proofing Your Home: A Consumer Report

Caroline Collins

Radon


200

Fall

2008

Inside Onsite - the State of Florida Research

Elke Ursin

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


200

Fall

2008

36 Years in Environmental Health at One County Health Department

Howard Rosen

Environmental Health Industry


200

Fall

2008

Seven County Health Departments and 38 Years in Environmental Health

Russell A. Miller

Environmental Health Industry


199

Summer

2008

In My Opinion:  Chikungunya virus in Florida:  Lessons from Italy, 2007

Jonathan F. Day

Zoonotic Disease


199

Summer

2008

The Florida Environmental Health Association Position Relating to Climate Change and Its Effects


Environmental Health Planning

Environmental Health Industry

199

Summer

2008

Tritium Leaks and Public Health

Heather D. Skowron

Radiation Control


199

Summer

2008

PHAP:  An Opportunity and a Direction

Clayton Weiss

Environmental Health Industry


199

Summer

2008

The PHAP Experience from a Recipient’s Standpoint

Julian Price

Environmental Health Industry


198

Winter/Spring

2008

A Special Tribute and Farewell to FEHA's Executive Director Emeritus: Bill Tennant

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


198

Winter/Spring

2008

10 Years with Pandemic Flu Headlines: What We Still Don't Know 

Bill Brookman

Zoonotic Disease


198

Winter/Spring

2008

Living in the Shadow of the Pandemic - A 10 Year Florida Perspective 

Jack Pittman

Zoonotic Disease


198

Winter/Spring

2008

Ionizing Radiation: Our Constant Companion 

Heather D. Skowron

Radiation Control


198

Winter/Spring

2008

Historical Changes in Public and Environmental Health 

Eanix Poole

Environmental Health Industry


198

Winter/Spring

2008

Twenty Years of Determining the Public Health Risk of Florida's Hazardous Waste Sites 

Lu Grimm

Hazardous Waste


198

Winter/Spring

2008

Florida Sweeps the National Radon Poster Contest 

Jorge Laguna

Radon


197

Fall

2007

In My Opinion:  Produce Is Ripe for Regulation

Roy Costa

Food Hygiene


197

Fall

2007

Dirty Bombs:  Weapons of Mass Disruption

Heather D. Skowron

Disaster Preparedness and Response

Radiation Control

197

Fall

2007

Volusia CHD Environmental Health Response to a Cryptosporidium Cluster With a Common Recreational Water Exposure at a Resort in Daytona Beach

Suzanne Grubbs, Dean Bodager

Epidemiology

Water Quality

197

Fall

2007

Golden Pen Award Winners through the Years

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


197

Fall

2007

FEHA’s Golden Pen Award Winner:  Bill Brookman

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


197

Fall

2007

FEHA’s First Scientific Poster Session:  A Success

Greg Kearney

Environmental Health Industry


196

Spring/Summer

2007

Of Mice and Men, with a Twist 

David Overfield

Zoonotic Disease


196

Spring/Summer

2007

Rash Illness Outbreaks at Daycare Facilities Associated with the Tussock Moth Caterpillar, April 2004 and April 2005 

Kelly Cruse, David Atrubin,  Tom Loyless

Community and Occupational Health

Zoonotic Disease

196

Spring/Summer

2007

From the Drawing Board to Decommission: Environmental Surveillance of Florida’s Nuclear Power Plants 

Heather D. Skowron, Julio A. Tardaguila

Radiation Control


196

Spring/Summer

2007

Wekiva Onsite Study: a Collective Effort for a Sustainable Future 

Elke Ursin

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


196

Spring/Summer

2007

The Importance of Developing a Chronic, Non-Infectious Disease Surveillance System for Environmental Public Health 

Gregory Kearney

Environmental Public Health Tracking


196

Spring/Summer

2007

West Wabasso PACE EH Assessment Project Completion and Reflections 

Julianne R. Price

Environmental Health Planning


196

Spring/Summer

2007

Road Construction: A Story About EH Preparedness Training in Four Chapters 

Mitch Stipling

Disaster Preparedness and Response


196

Spring/Summer

2007

Public Health Hazard and Vulnerability Assessment Program 

Jennifer Williams

Disaster Preparedness and Response


196

Spring/Summer

2007

Commentary: The Mysterious Puzzle of Preparing for Hurricane Season 

Heather Lake

Disaster Preparedness and Response


195

Winter

2006

Investigation of a Norovirus Outbreak at a Santa Rosa County State Recreation Area May 2006

Richard Hutchinson

Food and Waterborne Disease

Epidemiology

195

Winter

2006

Springs Protection and Wastewater Treatment:  Our piece of the pie

Eberhard Roeder

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


195

Winter

2006

Personal Perspective:  Five Years of Public Health Preparedness

Jack Pittman

Disaster Preparedness and Response


195

Winter

2006

Are You in A Fog about FOG?

Jorean Washington

Wastewater


195

Winter

2006

Florida Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance Activities in Classifying the Severity of Carbon Monoxide Exposures of the 2005 Hurricane Season

Alan Becker, Juanita Jones, Bonnie Goodwin, Thomas Mason, Prakash Patel, Carina Blackmore

Disaster Preparedness and Response

Indoor Air Quality

194

Fall

2006

In My Opinion:  Sailing Toward “Smart Growth”:  Management of Onsite Wastewater Treatment in the Florida Keys

Bill Brookman

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems

Environmental Health Planning

194

Fall

2006

An AEM Abstract Genetically Modified Food

Keith R. Schneider, Renee Goodrich Schneider

Food Hygiene


194

Fall

2006

AEM Photo Montage


Environmental Health Industry


194

Fall

2006

Highlights from the 2006 AEM


Environmental Health Industry


194

Fall

2006

2006 FEHA Award Winners

Emily Wilson

Environmental Health Industry


194

Fall

2006

2006 Golden Pen Award

Daniel Parker

Environmental Health Industry


193

Summer

2006

Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida:  Survey Results on Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of County Health Department Environmental Health and Engineering Directors, February 2006

JoEllen DeThomasis, Sharon Ketchen, Andrew Reich, Carina Blackmore

Aquatic Toxins


193

Summer

2006

Top 10 HAB Facts


Aquatic Toxins


193

Summer

2006

In My Opinion:  Transportation’s Role in Building Livable Communities

Elke Ursin

Environmental Health Planning


193

Summer

2006

FEHA Members Win Prudential Financial – Davis Productivity Awards


Environmental Health Industry


193

Summer

2006

An Example of a Prudential Financial-Davis Productivity Partnership Award Won by a FEHA Member:  “Eat puffer and You Will Suffer” DVD

George Jackow, Dean Bodager

Food Hygiene


193

Summer

2006

Another Example of a FEHA Member Winning a Prudential Financial –Davis Productivity Award:  A Mutual Aid Agreement for Water and Sewer Utilities in Okaloosa County

Doug Sims

Disaster Preparedness and Response


192

Spring

2006

An Investigation of Complaints of Illnesses Alleged to be Associated with a Sewage Lift Station in Sarasota County

Sandra K. MacLeod, Homer J. Rice, Matthew R. Laidler, Joe Sekerke

Wastewater


192

Spring

2006

An Adventure of a Lifetime in Japan

Heather Will

Water Quality


192

Spring

2006

Florida's 2005 Hurricane Season: Lessons Continuing to be Learned

Bob Washam, Melissa Brock, Umresh Asrani

Disaster Preparedness and Response


192

Spring

2006

Mother-Daughter Duo, Sandy Sheridan and Robin Eychaner, Receive Their RS

Lu Grimm, Greg Kearney, VaKesha Brown

Environmental Health Industry


191

December

2005

Championing the Effort to End Mercury Spills in Florida

Susan Skye

Hazardous Waste


191

December

2005

Department of Health’s Mercury Spill Incident Planner


Hazardous Waste


191

December

2005

Perspectives on the Science Supporting Florida’s Public Health Policy for Community Water Fluoridation

Michael W. Easley

Public Drinking Water Systems


191

December

2005

The Florida Department of Health’s Contaminated Sites Call Center:  An Update

Lu Grimm



191

December

2005

Personal Perspectives:  EH Strike Team Experiences in Mississippi Post-Katrina

Emily Wilson, Matthew Coleman,David Bell, VaKesha Brown 



191

December

2005

In My Opinion:  West Wabasso PACE EH Assessment Project Update

Julianne Price

Environmental Health Planning


191

December

2005

The End of An Era:  William Jenkins Retires

Bruce Beckett

Environmental Health Industry


190

September

2005

Spotlight on a FEHA Member:  Emily Wilson, Volunteering With Children

Emily Wilson

Environmental Health Industry


190

September

2005

The Sunshine State Descends En Masse Upon the Ocean State: Highlights from the NEHA 2005 Annual Educational Conference and Exhibit

Edith Coulter, Chuck Luther

Environmental Health Industry


190

September

2005

Conspiracy Theory (or Just a Thought-Provoking Look at a Well Accepted Public Health Practice?)

Shaun Crawford

Public Drinking Water Systems


190

September

2005

FEHA TRAP Representatives

Patti Sanzone

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


190

September

2005

Ultraviolet Exposure from Mercury Vapor Lamps

Kelly Granger, Charles Minor

Radiation Control

Epidemiology

190

September

2005

In My Opinion:  The Future of Environmental Health

Daniel Parker

Environmental Health Planning


190

September

2005

ASTHO and NACCHO Recognize Florida PACE EH Efforts

Eric J. Grimm

Environmental Health Planning


190

September

2005

CDC and Florida Dept. of Health to Host National Environmental Public Health Tracking Workshop in Tampa

Greg Kearney

Environmental Public Health Tracking


190

September

2005

2005 FEHA Awards

Emily Wilson

Environmental Health Industry


190

September

2005

Florida Journal of Environmental Health 2005 Golden Pen Award

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


190

September

2005

Environmental Health Strike Teams – Improving With Experience

Emily Wilson

Disaster Preparedness and Response


190

September

2005

A Milestone for Water Well Construction in South Florida

Edward A. Bettinger

Water Quality

Private Wells

190

September

2005

In My Opinion:  Is the Management of Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems Given Proper Emphasis in Florida’s Administrative Code 64E-6?

William G. Brookman

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


190

September

2005

Understanding the Risks of Using Artificial Tanning Devices

Jodie Calain

Tanning


189

June

2005

DOH’s New Contaminated Sites Call Center:  Responding to DEP’s Contaminated Sites Notification Project

Lu Grimm

Drinking Water Toxics

Petroleum Surveillance

189

June

2005

Spring 2005 PACE Progress Report for the Wabasso Environmental Assessment

Julianne Renk

Environmental Health Planning


189

June

2005

In My Opinion:  Beleaguered Bus – the Director’s Cut

Jack Pittman

Environmental Health Planning


189

June

2005

Septic System Contamination Study of Groundwater in Golden Gate City, Collier County, Florida

James D. Miller

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


189

June

2005

Follow-Up Pictorial of Kosher Kitchen

Nancy Leiva, Nick Pospishil

Food Hygiene


188

March

2005

FEHA Member Spotlight:  Volunteering and Mentoring at the State Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) of Florida

Sonia Cruz

Environmental Health Industry


188

March

2005

New Chemical Surveillance Program at Florida Department of Health

Alan Becker

Hazardous Waste


188

March

2005

The Laws of Keeping Kashrut and the Challenges of Inspecting a Kosher Kitchen

Nancy Leiva, Nick Pospishil

Food Hygiene


188

March

2005

Fluoride Concentrations in Shallow Wells in Northeast Florida

T.J. Tofflemire

Water Quality


188

March

2005

New Strands in an Old Web:  An Extreme Make Over of the Division Environmental Health Website

Mitch Stripling

Environmental Health Industry


188

March

2005

EH Preparedness Case File:  Public Health Anthrax Response 2001

Mitch Stripling

Disaster Preparedness and Response


188

March

2005

In My Opinion:  EH Perspectives in Georgia, Florida and China

VaKesha Brown

Environmental Health Industry


187

December

2004

Post Hurricane Response for Arboviruses:  The Outbreak that Never Was

Sam Rivers

Zoonotic Disease

Disaster Preparedness and Response

187

December

2004

Food and Waterborne Disease Preparedness and Disaster Recovery Activities

Roberta Hammond

Food and Waterborne Disease

Disaster Preparedness and Response

187

December

2004

The Devastation in the Migrant Farmworker Population Received as a Result of the Hurricanes in Florida

Sharon Saulter

Migrant Labor Camps

Disaster Preparedness and Response

187

December

2004

New Program Being Developed to Protect Florida’s Mobile Home Parks from Future Hurricanes

David B. Wolfe

Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Parks

Disaster Preparedness and Response

187

December

2004

Keeping Tabs on Florida’s Nuclear Power Reactors During the 2004 Hurricane Season 

Mark Seidensticker

Radiation Control

Disaster Preparedness and Response

187

December

2004

Lessons Learned from Sewage Spills Following Florida’s Hurricanes

Dale Holcomb

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems

Disaster Preparedness and Response

187

December

2004

In My Opinion:  Stress Management After the Hurricanes

Bonnie B. McDougle

Disaster Preparedness and Response


187

December

2004

Making Some Order Out of Chaos:  Week One after a Hurricane

Emily Wilson

Disaster Preparedness and Response


187

December

2004

GIS in the Division of Environmental Health:  Response to 2004 Hurricane Season

William Pollock

Disaster Preparedness and Response


187

December

2004

FDOH Environmental Health’s Response to Florida’s History-Making Hurricane Season of 2004

Lu Grimm

Disaster Preparedness and Response


187

December

2004

Case Study:  Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Avoided By Marion CHD Staff Assisting in Hurricane Charley Cleanup Work

Jim Padgett

Air Quality

Disaster Preparedness and Response

187

December

2004

EH Recovery Steps:  Hurricane Preparedness Checklist

Gerald Briggs, Eric Grimm, Alaric Mathis

Disaster Preparedness and Response


186

September

2004

Florida Department of Health’s Aquatic Toxics Program

Sharon Ketchen, Andrew Reich

Aquatic Toxins


186

September

2004

Disease Rides on a Beleaguered Bus:  A training opportunity for all of us…..

Jack Pittman

Disaster Preparedness and Response


186

September

2004

Follow-Up Study of Red Tide-Associated Respiratory Illness

Wendy Quirino, Lora Fleming, Richard Weisman, Pharm.D., Lorriane (Lorrie) Backer, Barbara Kirkpatrick, Richard Clark, Dana Dalpra, Gayle Van de Bogart, Michael Gaines

Aquatic Toxins


186

September

2004

Sunshine State in the Land of the Midnight Sun:  A Report from the 2004 NEHA Annual Education Conference and Exhibit in Anchorage Alaska

Edith Coulter

Environmental Health Industry


185

June

2004

Maintaining Vigilance for a Deadly Scourge:  Rabies in Florida Department of Health

Homer Rice

Zoonotic Disease


185

June

2004

Six Years of Florida Department of Health Fish Exposure Investigations:  An Overview

Susan Bland, Lu Grimm

Aquatic Toxins


185

June

2004

In My Opinion:  Daycare Safety and communicable Disease

Russell Miller

Group Care


185

June

2004

In My Opinion:  Veterinary Public Health (or People are Animals, Too)

Carina Blackmore

Zoonotic Disease


185

June

2004

Permanent Reminder of a Temporary Feeling

Edith E. Coulter

Tattoo


185

June

2004

Recap of the 2004 Legislative Session and FEHA

Leslie Harris

Environmental Health Industry


185

June

2004

Snyder Aware Goes to Pete Thornton

Emily Wilson

Environmental Health Industry


185

June

2004

Peter D. Thornton Receives Walter F. Snyder Award

Charles E. Luther

Environmental Health Industry


185

June

2004

PACE Progress Report for the Wabasso Environmental Assessment

Julianne Renk

Environmental Health Planning


185

June

2004

PACE EH in Hillsborough County

Alexandra Fitos

Environmental Health Planning


184

March

2004

An Investigation into a Salmonella Enterica serotype Typhimurium Outbreak in a BBQ Restaurant

David Atrubin, Michael Friedman, Paul Fiorella, Eliot Gregos, Jylmarie Klintz

Food Hygiene

Epidemiology

184

March

2004

Coming Soon to the Florida Journal of Environmental Health, New Book Review Feature

Shaun Crawford

Environmental Health Industry


184

March

2004

Meet the New Assistant Division Director of Environmental Health:  An interview with Daniel Parker, M.S.P, G.A.L.

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


184

March

2004

New Grants from CDC to Expand Three Cutting-Edge Environmental Health Programs

Jane Correia

Birth Defects


184

March

2004

Food Hygiene Program-Millennium Edition:  Insightful Inspections, Based on HACCP Principles (Third in a Series)

Ric Mathis

Food Hygiene


184

March

2004

FEHA Legislative Committee Report:  2004 Legislative Session

Leslie Harris

Environmental Health Industry


184

March

2004

A Pilot Study of Microbial Contamination of Subtropical Recreational Waters

Lora E Fleming, Gabriele H. Solo, Samir Elmiar, Tomoyuki Shibata, Dominick Squicciarini, Jr., Wendy Quirino, Margia Arguello, Gayl Van de Bogart

Water Quality


183

December

2003

Pediatric Pesticide Poisoning in South Florida

Dominick Squicciarini, Jr., Lora E. Fleming, Richard Weisman, Robert Tamer

Pesticide Poisoning


183

December

2003

Migrant Farmworkers:  The Challenges Fur Decades Later (A Pictorial)

Nancy Leiva

Migrant Labor Camps


183

December

2003

Food Hygiene Program – Millennium Edition:  Insightful Inspections, Based on HACCP Principles (Third in a Series)

Ric Mathis

Food Hygiene


183

December

2003

Food Safety and the new Threat Environment (an Abstract from a 2003 FEHA AEM presentation)

Pamela E. Griffin

Food Hygiene


183

December

2003

FEHA Member in the Spotlight: Ed Williams Biking Across America to Fight Leukemia

Ed Williams

Environmental Health Industry


182

September

2003

Division of Environmental Health Reorganizes:  New Bureau of Community Environmental Health Created 

Shaun Crawford

Environmental Health Industry


182

September

2003

Investigation into Arsenic in Jackson County Wells

Bill Dean

Water Quality


182

September

2003

The Limits of Consumer Food Safety Capacity

Roy E. Costa

Food Hygiene


182

September

2003

After over 49 Years of Service:  Phil Kyne Retires from Miami-Dade CHD EH

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


182

September

2003

Disasters and Risk Communication

Homer Rice 

Disaster Preparedness and Response


182

September

2003

The Feeding and Care of the Septic Tank System:  What is a Septic Tank System and How Does it Work?

William H. Sirmans

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


182

September

2003

The Importance of Training

David H. Hammonds

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


181

June

2003

Florida’s Fish Consumption Advisory – Updated Information for the Environmental Health Professional

Shaun Crawford

Aquatic Toxins


181

June

2003

Meet DOH’s New Division Director of Environmental Health:  Lisa Conti

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


181

June

2003

The Florida Department of Health Bureau of Laboratories: Your Public Health Laboratory

James Evans, Dean Willis, Yvonne Hale, Ron Baker

Environmental Health Industry


181

June

2003

More Than You Ever Wanted To Know about Septic Tanks:  A Short History of Sewage Systems

William H. Sirmans

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


181

June

2003

Food Hygiene Program – Millennium Edition:  Regulatory Foundation (Second in a Series)

Ric Mathis

Food Hygiene


181

June

2003

The Source Water Assessment and Protection (SWAP) Program

Linda Ann Clemens, Allan Stodghill

Water Quality


180

March

2003

Fred S. Zain 1951-202:  In Memoriam

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


180

March

2003

Community Needle Collection and Disposal Programs in Florida 

Wayne L. Turnberg, Edith E. Coulter, Jan Rae Clark, Robert G. Vincent

Biomedical Waste


180

March

2003

Risk for Occupational Transmission of Bloodborne Pathogens Via Needle-Sticks to Environmental Service Workers

Mary Copeland, Adrienne L. Hollis, Fran T. Close, C. Perry Brown

Biomedical Waste


180

March

2003

A Visual Tour of Four Community Sharps Collection Programs

Edith E. Coulter

Biomedical Waste


180

March

2003

Understanding Conformity Assessment and its Relationship to Environmental Health

James D. Dingman

Environmental Health Industry


180

March

2003

Children’s Environmental Exposure:  Perceptions of African-American Parents in Tampa, Florida

Kimberly Harper

Community and Occupational Health


180

March

2003

Florida Environmental Health Association Environmental and Public Health Legislative Positions for 2003

Paul Minshew

Environmental Health Industry


179

December

2002

Outbreak of Saxitoxin Illness following Consumption of Florida Pufferfish

Dean Bodager

Food and Waterborne Disease


179

December

2002

Migrant Farmworker Private Well Survey

Nancy Levia, Sharon Ketchen, Andy Reich

Migrant Labor Camps


179

December

2002

Sharon Heber:  Moving on to Greener Pastures

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


179

December

2002

A Special Tribute to Sharon Heber from the Chiefs


Environmental Health Industry


179

December

2002

Food Hygiene Program-Millennium Edition

Ric Mathis

Food Hygiene


179

December

2002

Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology and Surveillance

Trina Thompson, Lori Theisen

Lead Poisoning

Epidemiology

179

December

2002

Volusia CHD’s Environmental Health Professionals:  A Focus on Charity

Nobel Bielby, Fred Zain, Robert Webster, Tom Holt

Environmental Health Industry


178

September

2002

The Florida Environmental Health Association (FEHA) Annual Awards 

Edith Coulter

Environmental Health Industry


178

September

2002

In My Opinion: Global Warming, a Creeping Crisis 

Lee Bidgood

Environmental Health Planning


178

September

2002

In My Opinion: To Wash, or Not To Wash, A Study on Portable Hand Wash Sinks

Gerald Kueczynski

Community and Occupational Health


178

September

2002

AEM photos 


Environmental Health Industry


178

September

2002

2002 FEHA Scholarship Winners 

Michelle Fredette

Environmental Health Industry


178

September

2002

Volusia County Health Department's 60th Anniversary: A Commemorative Poem

Paul Fell

Environmental Health Industry


178

September

2002

Environmental Health Week Proclamation 


Environmental Health Industry


177

June

2002

West Nile Virus: Three Abstracts

Carina Blackmore, Lisa Conti, Robin Oliveri, Lillian Stark, Steven Wiersma

Zoonotic Disease


177

June

2002

CDC’s Strategic Planning and Florida’s Public Health Protection Program for Small Drinking Water System 

Bart Bibler, Bob Vincent

Public Drinking Water Systems


177

June

2002

Working Partnerships: How Florida Government Agencies Work Together to Protect Public Health at a Hazardous Waste Site 

Shaun Crawford

Hazardous Waste


177

June

2002

An Interview With Jack Pittman: Prepared for Public Health 

Lu Grimm, Tim Wallace

Disaster Preparedness and Response


177

June

2002

Temperature Inversions, Radon and Thee: Elevated Ambient Radon Levels in Central Florida 

Donald M. Phillips

Radon


177

June

2002

EPA Hosts National School Symposium 


Environmental Health Industry


177

June

2002

Some Highlights of the History of Florida Environmental Health - Part Two: Restoration Continues on the State Board of Health Building 

John Heber

Environmental Health Industry


177

June

2002

History of the Florida Journal of Environmental Health, 1999 to Present 

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


177

June

2002

Restoration Continues on the State Board of Health Building

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


176

March

2002

Pesticides as Endocrine Disruptors in Environmental Health 

Greg Kearney

Pesticide Poisoning

Environmental Public Health Tracking

176

March

2002

Ultraviolet Sterilization: The cost effective, environmentally friendly alternative to chlorination of wastewater 

Mike Wallace

Public Drinking Water Systems


176

March

2002

The Jefferson Communities Public Water System: A Grassroots Solution to a Rural Potable Water Environmental Health Problem 

Dan McDonald

Public Drinking Water Systems


176

March

2002

A Study on (CCA) Pretreated Wood in Child Care Playgrounds in Volusia County, Florida

Fred Zain

Community and Occupational Health


176

March

2002

The Emerging Trends of Body Piercing

Lu Grimm

Body Piercing


176

March

2002

Some Highlights of the History of Florida Environmental Health 

John Heber

Environmental Health Industry


176

March

2002

Onsite Wastewater Down Under 

Kevin Sherman

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


176

March

2002

The History of the Sanichat and the Florida Journal of Environmental Health 1991-1998: "The Tallahassee and Volusia Years"

Paul Fell

Environmental Health Industry


175

December

2001

A Brief History of the NFSS (National Food Safety System) Laboratory Workgroup 

Debra K. Williams

Food Hygiene


175

December

2001

Unlawful Septic Tank Contracting: A Leveled Field Benefits All Stakeholders 

Ed Barranco

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


175

December

2001

Health and Environmental Health Hazards of Methamphetamine Labs

Jane Perry

Hazardous Waste


175

December

2001

“Meet the Secretary, Dr. John Agwunobi” - A Personal Interview 

Greg Kearney, Jennifer Williams

Environmental Health Industry


175

December

2001

Update on West Nile Virus Incidence in Florida

Robin Oliveri, Lisa Conti, Carina Blackmore

Zoonotic Disease


175

December

2001

White Powder Incidents - Lessons Learned and Weapons of Chemical Terrorism

Jack Pittman

Disaster Preparedness and Response


175

December

2001

The Potential for Chemical Agents as a Terrorist Weapon

Jack Pittman

Disaster Preparedness and Response


175

December

2001

ABCs of Good Media Relations

Bill Parizek

Environmental Health Industry


175

December

2001

In the Field Story: "How Does Your Lawn Stay so Green?"

Garry Schneider

Wastewater


174

September

2001

Cattle Dipping Vats in Florida:  A Historical Review of What Could Be A Future Environmental Problem in Florida

Andrew Reich

Hazardous Waste


174

September

2001

Comparison of Environmental Health between the US and the UK:  An Interview with Annabel Caine, an Environmental Health Officer

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


174

September

2001

FEHA Executive Director Seldon L. Carsey and Executive Secretary Peggy J. Carsey Retire

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


174

September

2001

Smoke Detectors and Associated Public Health Risk Factors

Ron Webb

Community and Occupational Health


174

September

2001

Food and Waterborne Disease Epidemiology Team Wins Special Achievement Award

Roberta M. Hammond

Food and Waterborne Disease


174

September

2001

Lead Can Be A Tough Issue for Lower Income Households

Daniel J. Samitas

Lead Poisoning


174

September

2001

In the Field Story:  “Don’t Shoot Me, I’m from the Health Department”

Robert Maglievaz

Environmental Health Industry


173

June

2001

Public Risk Perception and Evaluation of a Sanitary Nuisance Involving a Chicken Farm in Hernando County, Florida 

Albert C. Gray

Community and Occupational Health


173

June

2001

’Tis the Season: A Look at Skin Cancer and Exposure to the Sun

Michael Gilley

Tanning


173

June

2001

Tin Poisoning Associated with Pineapple Chunks at an Elementary School in Pasco County 

Gregory T. Crumpton, Michael A. Friedman

Food Hygiene


173

June

2001

Fifty Years of the Sanichat and the Florida Journal of Environmental Health--Part 3 (1980-1990) 

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


172

March/April

2001

New Rule for Radon in Drinking Water Proposed by EPA

Michael Gilley

Public Drinking Water Systems


172

March/April

2001

Florida's Indoor Radon Program: An Overview

Michael Gilley, Walter Klein

Radon


172

March/April

2001

Outbreak of Gastrointestinal Illness Associated with Food Served at a Wedding Reception 

Dean Bodager, George R. Jackow

Food and Waterborne Disease

Epidemiology

172

March/April

2001

Amendment to the Florida Clean Indoor Air Act During the 2000 Legislative Session Reduces the Smoking Area in Restaurants 

Donna Arnold

Indoor Air Quality


172

March/April

2001

In the Field Stories: Close Encounters at the Rendering Plant

Pad Juarez

Community and Occupational Health


172

March/April

2001

Wasser Berlin 2000 Congress

Tom Mueller

Public Drinking Water Systems


172

March/April

2001

Fifty Years of the Sanichat and the Florida Journal of Environmental Health--Part Two (1976-1980) 

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


171

December

2000

West (Nile Virus) Side Story; Is Florida Next? 

Lisa Conti, Robin Oliveri

Zoonotic Disease


171

December

2000

In My Opinion: Women in Environmental Health in Florida, or, From the Good Ol' Boy Network to the Good Ol' People Network 

Bonnie McDougle

Environmental Health Industry


171

December

2000

Community Environmental Health Advisory Board (CEHAB): Face-to-Face Meeting in Clearwater 

Ric Mathis

Community and Occupational Health


171

December

2000

Rabid Cat Exposes Seven People in Hernando County 

Albert C. Gray

Rabies


171

December

2000

Fifty Years of the Sanichat and the Florida Journal of Environmental Health: A History 

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


171

December

2000

USEPA Releases Onsite System Management Guidelines 

Lisa Knerr

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


171

December

2000

In the Field Stories

Anonymous

Environmental Health Industry

Food Hygiene

171

December

2000

Public Health Foundation: A Possibility for Florida

Leslie Bietsch

Environmental Health Industry


170

September

2000

Food, Water, Personal Hygiene, Housekeeping and Waste Disposal in Zero Gravity 

Gerald A. Kueczynski

Environmental Health Industry


170

September

2000

A Margin of Safety for Children in the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996: Is the US Environmental Protection Agency Meeting the Challenge? 

Edith Coulter, Cynthia Harris, Adrienne Hollis

Food Hygiene


170

September

2000

Anthrax—An Unusual Situation at the Orlando International Airport and Lessons Learned 

Steven Wiersma, William Bigler

Disaster Preparedness and Response

Epidemiology

170

September

2000

NIOSH and the Health Hazard Evaluation Program 

Max Kiefer

Community and Occupational Health


170

September

2000

Cesspit Elimination in the Florida Keys - The Story of the Last Five Years 

Jack N. Teague

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


170

September

2000

Florida Healthy Beaches Monitoring Program 

Bart Bibler

Beach Water Monitoring


170

September

2000

In the Field Stories: "Bofus"

Robin Bowersox

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems

Environmental Health Industry

170

September

2000

Florida Birth Defects Registry Overview and Public Health Importance

Russell Mardon

Birth Defects


170

September

2000

An Abstract: Free Extension Materials Teach People on All Reading Levels How to Protect Their Drinking-Water Wells

Susan W. Williams

Public Drinking Water Systems


169

June

2000

The Investigation and Analysis of Swimming Associated Illness Using the Fecal Indicator Enterococcus in Southern Florida's Marine Water 

Robert E. Nobles

Public Swimming Pool & Bathing

Water Quality

169

June

2000

An Abstract: Indoor Air Quality: The Palm Beach Experience 

Mike Lowdermilk

Indoor Air Quality


169

June

2000

An Evaluation of Hodgkin's Disease and All Cancers in Ocala, Marion County, Florida 

Raul Quimbo, Josefa Schlottman, Chris Duclos, Dan Thompson, Zuber Mulla

Environmental Public Health Tracking


169

June

2000

Community Environmental Health Advisory Board: Working in the Community 

Ric Mathis

Community and Occupational Health


169

June

2000

Environmental Health Reorganizes and Creates a New Bureau of Water Programs 

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


169

June

2000

An Abstract: Impacts of Fungal Contamination of Indoor Environments on Children: A Review of Clinical Manifestations and Contributing Factors to Health Effects Due to Fungal Products

David Krause

Air Quality


168

March

2000

No Music at the Beach: Beach Sampling in Monroe County

Jack Teague

Beach Water Monitoring


168

March

2000

The Public's Right to Know, a Look at Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Reports 

Ed Bettinger

Public Drinking Water Systems


168

March

2000

Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis: A Review 

Robert Nobles, Cynthia M. Harris, C. Perry Brown

Epidemiology


168

March

2000

In My Opinion: A Newcomer's Perception of Environmental Health

Daniel Parker

Environmental Health Industry


168

March

2000

In My Opinion: A Nearsighted Version of Environmental Health 

Emily Wilson

Environmental Health Industry


168

March

2000

Christmas Banquet Outbreak in Pinellas County, December 10, 1999 

Michael Friedman

Food Hygiene

Epidemiology

168

March

2000

Florida Past : Yes Dorothy! There is No Place Like Home (New DOH Headquarters)

William J. Bigler

Environmental Health Industry


168

March

2000

State Toxicologist "Jolly" Roger Inman Retires 

Lu Grimm

Environmental Health Industry


167

December

1999

Exposure Investigations 

Susan Bland

Toxicology


167

December

1999

Gastrointestinal Disease Associated with Interactive Fountain 

Paul Minshew

Epidemiology


167

December

1999

Does Educating Food Workers Work? 

Roy E. Costa

Environmental Health Industry


167

December

1999

Introduction to Mold and Moisture Intrusion Indoors: Florida's Emerging Environmental Health Issue 

Tim Wallace

Indoor Air Quality

Healthy Homes

167

December

1999

Historical Perspectives of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) 

Gerald A. Kueczynski

Food Hygiene


167

December

1999

Spotlight on the Greenwood Community Health Resource Center

Emily Wilson

Community and Occupational Health


167

December

1999

Broward County achieves 100% Fluoridation

Thomas Mueller

Public Drinking Water Systems


167

December

1999

Florida's Toxic Substance Health Effects Resource Directory 2000

Lu Grimm

Hazardous Waste


167

December

1999

Toxic Effects of Indoor Molds

American Academy of Pediatrics Statement

Indoor Air Quality

Healthy Homes

167

December

1999

Listeria monocytogenes - Volusia County

Suzanne Grubbs, Dean Bodager

Epidemiology


167

December

1999

Unlicensed Catering Outbreak

Karen LaFleur

Food Hygiene

Epidemiology

166

September

1999

Body Piercing and the Florida Department of Health 

Leslie Harris

Body Piercing


166

September

1999

An Opinion on Irradiated Food - The Truth Untold 

Stacey D. Churchwell

Food Hygiene


166

September

1999

Update on the Community Environmental Health Program Conference on May 25, 1999 

Emily Wilson

Community and Occupational Health


166

September

1999

Pictorial: FEHA's Annual Educational Conference 


Environmental Health Industry


165

June

1999

Comparison of Three Different Approaches to Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) 

Roy Costa

Food Hygiene


165

June

1999

The Applicability of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Nitrogen Based Density Model for Use in Florida 

Timothy Mayer

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems

Water Quality

165

June

1999

An Outbreak of Influenza-like Illness During a Conference of Emergency Managers 

Zuber D. Mulla, Patrick Johnson, Carina Blackmore, Paul M. Minschew

Epidemiology


165

June

1999

A History of 50 Years of Annual Educational Conferences of the Florida Environmental Health Association - "The Formative Years" 

Paul R. Fell

Environmental Health Industry


165

June

1999

Outbreak Investigations in Tampa Bay from January through March, 1999 

Mike Friedman

Epidemiology


165

June

1999

Community Environmental Health Program

Emily Wilson

Community and Occupational Health


164

March

1999

Estuary-Associated Syndrome Surveillance Program 

Alan Rowan

Aquatic Toxins


164

March

1999

Beach Water Sampling: The Pilot Program 

Robert Nobles

Beach Water Monitoring


164

March

1999

Preliminary Findings of a Pathogen and Microbial Indicators Survey of Charlotte Harbor, Florida 

Bob Vincent

Water Quality


164

March

1999

Addressing Environmental Equity with the Environmental Health Advisory Board 

Emily Wilson

Environmental Health Industry


164

March

1999

Crypto Linked to Diseased Fish in Florida 

Cynthia Washam

Aquatic Toxins


163

September

1998

Flagler County's Fire Response, 1998 

Anita Cholmondeley, Louis K. Gosson, Benjamin D. Juengst

Disaster Preparedness and Response


163

September

1998

Active Surveillance of Morbidity During the Wildfires in Central Florida 

Zuber D. Mulla, Bonita Sorensen, Marie Fuss

Disaster Preparedness and Response


163

September

1998

Central Florida Operation Fight BAC 

Dean Bodager

Food Hygiene


163

September

1998

Environmental Health in China: A Perspective 

Frank Stanton

Environmental Health Industry


162

July

1998

HACCP Investigation of a Foodborne Outbreak Associated with a Broward County Food Processor, Florida, 1998 

Karen LaFleur

Food Hygiene


162

July

1998

1998 Conference for Food Protection 

Debra K. Williams

Food and Waterborne Disease


162

July

1998

Air Toxics 

Uford A. Madden

Air Quality


162

July

1998

What Kind of Member are You? 

Chuck Luther

Environmental Health Industry


161

March

1998

"What is with All the Changes to the Septic Tank Rule?" 

David H. Hammonds

Onsite Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems


161

March

1998

Applying the Behavioral Sciences to Risk Assessment in Food Service Establishments 

Roy E. Costa

Food Hygiene


161

March

1998

Epi Update: Staphylococcus, A Knockout Blow 

David Galvin

Food and Waterborne Disease

Epidemiology

160

November

1997

The Potential Impact on Women of Environmental Exposures 

Je Anne R. Burg, Ginger L. Gist

Environmental Health Industry


160

November

1997

Estimation of the Volume and Disposal of Waste Automotive Coolant in Polk and Hillsborough Counties 

Cynthia Goldstein, Paul Sherblom

Hazardous Waste


160

November

1997