Pedagogy, librarianship, health (and maybe other things).
Thursday, October 09, 2008
In August this year, Canada apparently experienced the worst epidemic of listeriosis in the world, with 43 cases, and 16 deaths, caused by cold cuts of meat from a particular factory. There is an editorial about this in the most recent CMAJ, with a public health oriented primer. The editorial discusses some of the public health changes that might have aided the epidemic. Being the CMAJ, of course, the editorial is also in French.