National Conference on Stopping Foodborne Disease (S.T.O.P. Summer Conf)

Venue: Bishop O\'Connor Retreat Center

Location: Madison, Wisconsin, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 12, 2003
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Who should attend: Everyone interested in making food safer and reducing the human health impacts of foodborne disease. Victims are
especially welcome.

This three-day conference is the first-ever national forum for victims of foodborne disease, individuals, students, teachers,
health care professionals, and everyone concerned about food safety to gain the tools to advocate effectively against foodborne disease. There will be informational sessions, discussion of national advocacy opportunities, opportunities to network with other concerned
individuals and grow fledgling community movements, plus special Friday sessions for children, teens and adults dealing with the
aftermath of serious foodborne disease. Participants will finish the conference with a broad understanding of the political and health
systems that perpetuate foodborne disease and the initiative and tools to create vital change, locally and nationally.


Additional Information

The Setting: Bishop O'Connor Retreat Center Madison, Wisconsin Full Conference Cost: $90 per person ($65 before June 21st.) Includes three days' registration, breakfast and lunch. Dinners and lodging costs are separate. All ages welcome; special children's activities provided! To register (or for more information), see email or call S.T.O.P. at 1-800-350-STOP. Held in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of Safe Tables Our Priority (S.T.O.P.). Sponsors needed; contact .