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Food microbiology and hygiene - mod.1: hygiene
Code: G300RA
Teacher:  Giovanni Falsetta
Year: 
Term: 
CFU: 
CFU subdivision: Lectures: 3
Basic aims:  Knowledge of models and instruments relating to the prevention of food-borne diseases or operators. Knowledge of the mechanisms of defense against external aggression of infectious origin and means of general and specific prophylaxis of infectious diseases. Knowledge of the specific aspects that characterize the main poisoning and food poisoning. Knowledge of the meaning and the organizational model of the major epidemiological studies and the methods and techniques of health education and nutrition education. Knowledge of the services of the national health system, with particular reference to operators and service charge of Food Hygiene and Nutrition.
Acquired skills:  Know how to put a plan in place for the prevention and prophylaxis of infectious diseases within the contexts of catering. Knowing how to collaborate in an epidemiological survey aimed at recognizing the causes of an infection / poisoning / food poisoning originated in the field of catering. Know how to program an epidemiological study of local significance. Knowing how to plan and manage health and nutrition education for operators and employees of canteen catering services. Knowing how to take all preventive measures to prevent disease and individual communities in the pursuit of their profession in the field of catering.
Course contents:  Info not available
Program:  OBJECTIVES AND CONTENT OF HYGIENE AND HEALTH
EDUCATION
WHAT IS HEALTH
The HEALTH ORGANIZATION FOR THE PROMOTION AND
PROTECTION OF HEALTH
The HEALTH ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL
ITALIAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION
- The organization of the central level
- The organization at the regional level
- The Local Health
- The Hospitals
PRINCIPLES OF EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
INFECTIOUS DISEASES
ETIOLOGY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES: viruses, bacteria,
protozoa and fungi
GERMS AND US
- Saprophytes microbes, microbes useful to man, commensal
microbes, pathogenic microbes
- Infection and Disease
TANKS AND SOURCES OF INFECTION
MODES OF TRANSMISSION OF INFECTIONS
- The direct transmission, semi-direct
- The indirect transmission
- Indirect transmission by vehicles
- Indirect transmission by vectors
- The transmission circuits
- The input channels of microbes in the body
- The ways of elimination from the body of microbes
HOW TO PREVENT INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND PARASITIC
HOW TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF PATHOGENIC MICROBES
FROM TANKS AND THE SOURCES OF INFECTION
- Notification of infectious disease
- Isolation and absentia
- The diagnostic assessment
- Health surveillance
- Epidemiological investigation
- Health education of the sick and those who assist him
- Health of the bearer Education
BODY DEFENSES AGAINST INFECTIOUS DISEASES
- The defensive barriers and the immune system
- The non-specific immunity
- The specific immunity
- The humoral immunity
- Cell-mediated immunity
- The immunity against infections
epidemiology items
BRIEF about:
VACCINES AND ACTIVE immunoprophylaxis
IMMUNOGLOBULINS AND passive immunoprophylaxis
VACCINATION POLICY
CALENDAR OF VACCINATIONS IN CHILDHOOD
INFECTIOUS DISEASES WITH PREVENTABLE VACCINES
PREVENTION OF INFECTION IN THE AREA OF HEALTH GOALS
- The objectives and accomplishments of prevention:
eradication, elimination, control of infectious diseases
EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PREVENTION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
OF MAJOR INTEREST SOCIAL
PREVENTABLE DISEASES WITH THE RECLAMATION OF THE
ENVIRONMENT AND BEHAVIOUR WITH CORRECTED (alert and
surveillance)
- Acute gastroenteritis (diarrheal infections)
- Typhoid fever
- Viral Hepatitis A
- Tuberculosis
BRIEF on PREVENTABLE DISEASES WITH CAUTIOUS BEHAVIOR
AND RESPONSIBLE: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES AND
INOCULATION (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome - AIDS,
viral hepatitis C, infection by human papillomavirus (HPV) and
cervical cancer; Syphilis; Blennorrhagia)
HOSPITAL INFECTIONS
EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PREVENTION OF INFECTIONS
TRANSMITTED BY CARRIERS
- Malaria
INFECTIONS conveyed FROM FOOD
Food-borne diseases (warning and surveillance)
HYGIENE WATER
- The purification treatments
HYGIENE AIR
AIR POLLUTION INSIDE BUILDINGS
Prerequisites:  Info not available
Preparatory instructions:  Info not available
Learning materials:  - S. Bearded, G.M. Fara, G. Giammanco, A. Carducci, M.A.
Rabbit, D. D 'Alessandro, M.T. Mountain, M. L. Tanzi, C. M.
Zotti. "HYGIENE". Third edition in 2011, Monduzzi Publisher.
(Basic Text)
- Nicola Comodo, Gavina Maciocco "Hygiene and Public Health
- The health professions Manual ". New 2011 edition,
Carocci Faber Publisher
- Triassi. Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and the Territory, and.
Idelson-Gnocchi, 2006.
- C. Signorelli. "Hygiene, Epidemiology Public Health".
Edition 2009, SEU Publisher
Other info:  The examination consists of a written test, "in process" and at
the end
course.
Subsequent appeals will only be in the form of "oral"
The written test consists of a series of questions to answer
multiple, of which only one is correct and some questions to
open answer.
The questions in both tests will be designed to evaluate
learning the different topics provided in the program and the
ability to apply the basic principles for the prevention and
Control of microorganisms within the catering and
distribution
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