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Professional Associations—Non-Governmental

  • (For further information see Best Practices for Professional Associations outlining good practices which can then be modified for professional and nongovernmental associations. Several of the associations affiliated with environmental health people are listed below:)
  • • American Public Health Association
  • • Association of Food and Drug Officials
  • • Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals
  • • Association of Public Health Laboratories
  • • Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists
  • • International Association for Food Protection
  • • International Food Protection Training Institute
  • • National Environmental Health Association

Professional Journals Peer-Reviewed Journals

There are numerous peer-reviewed journals and other journals and magazines which contain many articles on a variety of environmental issues. Some of them are excellent, while some of them carry material that is controversial and not substantiated by scientific data and deliberations. The author at one time was the Associate Editor of the Journal of Environmental Health and because of an understanding of the publication and its professional means of operation and because the articles published are of value to field practitioners, has selected it as a prime example of an excellent journal for environmental personnel. This does not exclude other journals including the Journal of Public Health from having the same level of excellence as the Journal of Environmental Health.

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