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Communications and Interoperability

The Risk Communication Message: A Case Study Approach

Principal Investigator: 
Paul DeVito
The vulnerability of our food sources to terrorist attack is quite high in that there exists a long farm-to-fork supply chain with many points where intentional contamination can take place. Over the last 15 months, Saint Josephs University has conducted two regional tabletop exercises involving...

Assessing Lessons Learned from Food Recall Case Studies

Principal Investigator: 
Dale Brandenburg
Limited research has examined the effectiveness of risk communication training, and unfortunately, little associated research has examined the long-term effectiveness of emergency and disaster preparedness in general. Organizations expect returns for their training dollars especially for important...

Message Testing with Underrepresented Populations

Principal Investigator: 
Timothy Sellnow
The primary objective of this project was to determine the variance in message needs and receptivity among under-represented populations and mainstream American consumers. Data was collected using focus groups and surveys. Information was collected from several groups: Native American tribes, Hmong...

Web-Based Ten Best Practices of Risk Communication Course

Principal Investigator: 
Paul DeVito
The course developed is an entry-level awareness course designed to enlighten learners about food defense and risk communication. The course is divided into two lessons. The first lesson focuses on providing an overview of food terrorism, including recent incidents, food system vulnerabilities,...


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