Evidence Reviews

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Our evidence reviews are motivated by our ongoing assessment of knowledge translation needs and gaps in environmental health practice and policy. These documents uses a semi-systematic literature review process to capture and then synthesize the relevant academic and grey literature. The final product is internally and externally reviewed before publication.

Indigenous Food Safety and Security: Community Adaptations in the Wake of Climate Pressures

Food Deserts and Food Swamps: A Primer

Food Environments: An Introduction for Public Health Practice

Risk Factors and Surveillance Systems for Foodborne Illness Outbreaks in Canada (University of Guelph Master of Public Health Program)

Review of Food Safety Interventions and Evaluation in Food Service Establishments

Perceived and Potential Human Health Risks Associated with Consumption of Genetically Modified Animals (University of Guelph Master of Public Health Program)

Nanotechnology: A Review of Exposure, Health Risks and Recent Regulatory Developments

Comparison of the prevalence of bacterial enteropathogens, potentially zoonotic bacteria and bacterial resistance to antimicrobials in organic and conventional poultry, swine and beef production

Impact of Home Preparation and Cooking Methods on Levels of Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compounds in Foods

Disinfectants and Sanitizers for Use on Food Contact Surfaces - revised

Does Eating Organic Food Reduce Pesticide Exposures and Health Risks?

Church/Community Suppers: What is the Evidence for Risk of Food-borne Illness?

Safe Preparation and Storage of Aboriginal Traditional/Country Foods