A critical appraisal of the 2011 E.coli outbreak of food poisoning in Germany.
In 2011 there was a large outbreak of E.coli food poisoning which although centred in Germany crossed many international borders.
Chart a timeline of the outbreak from the initial presumptive cases to the publication of the Outbreak Report. Illustrate any unusual factors associated with the causative organism and its effect.
Critically analyse the difficulties in isolating the causative organism, identifying the source of the outbreak and the involvement of relevant national and international Health Authorities and partner organisations. Identify what the role of a UK Local Authority based EHP would have been in this event.
Conclude what lessons can be learned from this outbreak and propose an outline strategy which should adopted internationally in order to prevent or reduce the risk of similar events happening in the future.
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