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Game meat hygiene: Food safety and security

Dieses  Buch ist das Dritte einer Serie zu Fragen der Wildfleischgewinnung, Wildfleischqualität und Wildfleischsicherheit.  Ein limitiertes Kontingent wird vom Institut für Fleischhygiene zu einem Preis von € 45,- verkauft (Listenpreis des Verlags: € 79). Erhältlich im Sekretariat des Instituts oder bei Dr. P. Paulsen (DW 3318).

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Tierproduktion und veterinärmedizinische Lebensmittelhygiene - ein synoptisches Lehrbuch

Endredaktion: A. Bauer und Frans J.M. Smulders
2015, 2. überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage, 608 Seiten

Die neue überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage des Lehrbuches ist im Sekretariat des Institutes für Fleischhygiene erhältlich. Preis € 50,-

Das Buch “Tierproduktion und veterinärmedizinische Lebensmittelhygiene” wendet sich primär an Studentinnen und Studenten, die sich mit dem Fachgebiet der Lebensmittelhygiene und des Öffentlichen Gesundheitswesens in der Veterinärmedizin vertraut machen wollen. Weiters soll es als Nachschlagewerk für im Bereich der “Veterinary Public Health” in Österreich tätige (amtliche und Amts-)Tierärzte dienen.

Das Buch enthält die wissenschaftlichen Grundlagen für die in der europäischen und österreichischen Gesetzgebung geforderten Kenntnisse von Tierärztinnen und Tierärzten, die eine offizielle Kontrollfunktion im veterinärmedizinischen Gesundheitswesen wahrnehmen möchten.

Dieses Buch liefert nicht nur die Grundlagen für eine Startkompetenz in diesem wichtigen Fachgebiet, sondern listet auch die wesentlichen nationalen und europäischen Rechtsgrundlagen, denen die amtstierärztlichen Tätigkeiten auf diesem Gebiet unterliegen, auf bzw. stellt die entsprechenden Querverweise her.

Buchbestellung bei Wageningen   (http://www.wageningenacademic.com/doi/abs/10.3920/978-90-8686-265-8 2)
ISBN 978-90-8686-265-8

 

Hunting hygiene

edited by: Sauli Laakson and Peter Paulsen
2015, 304 pages, hardback, full colour

An important part of hunting hygiene is the identification and assessment of possible risks for humans caused by animal diseases, and how these risks can be diminished. The book ‘Hunting hygiene’ includes the basic biology and ecology of game animals as well as game animal diseases and their causes. The content of this textbook is enlivened by unique photographs and Sauli Laaksonen's watercolour illustrations.

‘Hunting hygiene' is a textbook intended for hunters and educational institutes in the field. It is also suitable for biologists, veterinary surgeons, doctors and all readers interested in the diversity of nature. 'Hunting hygiene' presents the tools to detect and assess diseases in game animals and the universally applicable principles of hygiene during hunting and handling meat from wild game, illustrated by numerous examples. The book focuses on north and central Europe.

Buchbestellung bei Wageningen 3
ISBN: 978-90-8686-249-8
Price (€): 94.00 (excluding VAT)

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Trends in game meat hygiene: From forest to fork

Dieses aktuelle Buch zu Fragen der Wildfleischgewinnung, -qualität und -sicherheit ist am Institut für Fleischhygiene zu einem Preis von € 45,- erhältlich. Erhältlich im Sekretariat des Instituts oder bei Dr. P. Paulsen (DW 3318). Mehr Info zum Buch 5

 

Game meat hygiene in focus: Microbiology, epidemiology, risk analysis and quality assurance

Dieses aktuelle Buch zu Fragen der Wildfleischgewinnung, -qualität und -sicherheit ist am Institut für Fleischhygiene zu einem Preis von € 52,- erhältlich. Erhältlich im Sekretariat des Instituts oder bei Dr. P. Paulsen (DW 3318). Mehr Info zum Buch 6

 

Food borne viruses and prions and their significance for public health

edited by: Frans J.M. Smulders, Birgit Nørrung and Herbert Budka
2013, 376 pages, hardback, Volume 6

Many risk management plans as currently implemented by the food industry, appear to be primarily designed to address bacteriological concerns. Hence, these often fail to function when public health risks associated with biological agents such as viruses and prions are to be addressed. Similarly, veterinary education in food hygiene mainly focusses on bacterial agents transferred by domestic animal species via meat and milk and the products manufactured therefrom. Additionally, training rarely includes the dangers associated with other (non-animal based) food ingredients as processed in ready-to-eat meals. It thus appears that food safety professionals - employed by industry or serving as governmental officials commissioned to inspect and audit food manufacturing enterprises - would benefit from being updated on the public health risks associated with foodborne viruses and prions. This book, the sixth in the series Food Safety Assurance and Veterinary Public Health, provides this update.

This volume - authored by recognised experts - is targeted at animal and food scientists, students in (veterinary) public health, public health officials and risk managers active in the food industry.

Buchbestellung bei Wageningen 7
ISBN: 978-90-8686-226-9
Price (€): 97.00 (excluding VAT) 

 

Welfare of production animals: assessment and management of risks

 8

edited by: Frans J.M. Smulders and Bo Algers
2009, 592 pages, hardback, Food Safety Ass. & VPH - ISSN 1871-9295, Volume 5

This book, the fifth in the series 'Food Safety Assurance and Veterinary Public Health', has been conceived by a total of 33 internationally recognised experts from 11 different countries in Europe and from the USA, Canada and Australia, with backgrounds ranging from veterinary medicine, animal science, biology and microbiology to psychology, philosophy and ethics. It provides an up-to-date overview of the science of animal welfare and its assessment, of options for the assessment and management of risks for the welfare of production animals, and of the ramifications these may have for the safety of foods of animal origin.

This Volume is targeted at veterinary practitioners, official veterinarians in a control function, animal and food scientists, welfare scientists, students in animal welfare, auditing and inspection officials and risk managers at all levels of animal production.

Buchbestellung bei Wageningen 8
ISBN: 978-90-8686-122-4
Price (€): 98.00 (excluding VAT)
Price ($): 147.00

 

Towards a risk-based chain control

 9

edited by: Frans J.M. Smulders
2006, 408 pages, hardback, Food Safety Ass. & VPH - ISSN 1871-9295, Volume 4

Towards a risk-based chain control
This book is the fourth in the series of Food Safety Assurance and Veterinary Public Health, which presents the latest findings in research on the topics of food safety in the entire agrifood chain from stable to table.

The themes in this volume cover a range of topics, including epidemiological monitoring and surveillance in primary production and processing of foods of animal origin, antimicrobial resistance and transfer in these foods, and risk modelling and management strategies.
Finally, recent food legislation aspects are discussed.

This volume is targeted to scientists in academia and industry, graduate students in veterinary and food science as well as to governmental officials in veterinary public health and food safety.

Buchbestellung bei Wageningen 9
ISBN: 978-90-76998-97-8
Price (€): 84.00 (excluding VAT)
Price ($): 126.00

 

Risk management strategies: monitoring and surveillance

 10

edited by: Frans J.M. Smulders and John D. Collins
2005, 352 pages, hardback, Food Safety Ass. & VPH - ISSN 1871-9295, Volume 3

Risk management strategies: monitoring and surveillance
For the veterinarian, monitoring and surveillance represent the best means of ensuring sustainable animal production at a time when consumer demands reflect awareness that many of the hazards associated with food animal production can be minimised or avoided through proper management at the primary production level. Preventive medicine and quality and safety assurance programmes are primarily based on knowledge of the existing strengths and weaknesses of the clients' enterprise and their ability to enact effective intervention measures. Accordingly, the food animal veterinarian relies upon effective monitoring of current performance and herd health status both for the purpose of maximising efficiency of production and providing an assurance that the primary food product meets required health standards in terms of freedom from those agents of concern that have their origin on the farm. These agents include foodborne parasites, pathogenic bacteria, some of which display a resistance to antimicrobial agents, contaminants of environmental origin, as well as chemical and pharmaceutical residues. The more successful these hazards are addressed at the farm, the better the quality and safety of the final product and their marketing possibilities will be. Communication between the primary producer and the food processing industry that facilitates real-time exchange of information on these issues is essential for the practice of preventive medicine at the herd and flock level. Integrated food chain quality and safety control programmes, when linked to such monitoring and surveillance principles in regard to both human and animal health, represent the means of achieving sustainable food animal production on a global scale, in line with the conclusions of WTO and EU. Volume 3 of the "Food Safety Assurance and Veterinary Public Health" series addresses this collaborative approach. Leading international experts from academia, industry and governmental institutions have been identified to deal with the various aspects of this collaborative approach in monitoring and surveillance.

Buchbestellung bei Wageningen 10
ISBN: 978-90-76998-07-7
Price (€): 84.00 (excluding VAT)
Price ($): 126.00

 

Safety assurance during food processing

 11

edited by: Frans J.M. Smulders and John D. Collins
2004, 442 pages, hardback, Food Safety Ass. & VPH - ISSN 1871-9295, Volume 2

Safety assurance during food processing
Microbial agents (particularly bacteria) represent the greatest risk to public health. The traditional end-product oriented food inspection systems are inadequate for identifying and eliminating the usually symptomless animal carriers of agents causing foodborne infections and intoxications. Modern, risk-based, prevention approaches are the only effective way to reduce the prevalence of these hazards from our foods. As an additional 'safety-valve' microbial decontamination procedures are currently being suggested and its implementation in industrial food processing has, at least in some parts of the world, met with governmental approval. The residues in foods of some non-microbial agents have more recently also caused substantial consumer disquiet. This equally applies to non-conventional foods containing GMO's.
In this publication these issues are addressed by invited expert scientists from various disciplines, many of which have key-positions in EU-funded research programmes on these very topics and/or are advisers to international public health bodies. The editors firmly believe that the very nature of the theme, the excellence of the papers and the holistic approach chosen will draw an audience from both an industry and academic background.

Buchbestellung bei Wageningen 11

ISBN: 978-90-76998-06-0
Price (€): 84.00 (excluding VAT)
Price ($): 126.00

 

Food safety assurance in the pre-harvest phase

 12

edited by: Frans J.M. Smulders and John D. Collins
2002, 395 pages, hardback, Food Safety Ass. & VPH - ISSN 1871-9295, Volume 1

Food safety assurance in the pre-harvest phase
A considerable number of pre-harvest factors jeopardise the safety of foods of animal origin. These include factors related to the food animal environment (industrial activity in the immediate production surroundings leading to microbiological or chemical contamination), epidemiological factors resulting from intrinsic characteristics of classical and emerging microorganisms, an increasing degree of chemical pollution, husbandry / harvesting practices (particularly associated with animal feed), and veterinary activities introducing antibiotic resistancy of foodborne pathogens. All of these areas are addressed in this publication by scientists of worldwide repute and affiliated with both Academia and Industry. The involvement of Public Health strategians representing two most powerful tradeblocks (EU and USA) will be extremely important for the scientific community involved in Food Safety Assurance research, as the policies currently set out will inherently have severe impact on associated research strategies in the next decade.

Buchbestellung bei Wageningen 12
ISBN: 978-90-76998-05-3
Price (€): 84.00 (excluding VAT)
Price ($): 126.00

 

Wildbret Hygiene

Autoren

  • Prof. Dr. Rudolf Winkelmayer
  • Ass.- Prof. Dr. Peter Paulsen
  • Dr. Peter Lebersorger
  • Hans-Friedemann Zedka

Das Buch zur guten Hygienepraxis bei Wild – für Ausbildung und Weiterbildung. 5. Auflage!  

256 Seiten, 218 Farbfotos, 16 Tabellen und Grafiken
Preis: € 26,– zuzüglich Versandspesen
© 2013 – Herausgegeben von der Zentralstelle Österr. Landesjagdverbände,
ISBN 978-3-9501873-3-5
Erhältlich bei der Zentralstelle Österr. Landesjagdverbände, 1080 Wien, Wickenburggasse 3, Österreich
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Wildbret-Dirketvermarktung

Autoren:

  • Prof. Dr. Rudolf Winkelmayer
  • Ass.-Prof. Dr. Peter Paulsen
  • Dr. Peter Lebersorger
  • Hans-Friedemann Zedka

176 Seiten, 165 Fotos, viele Grafiken und Tabellen
€ 16,– zuzüglich Versandspesen
© 2007 – herausgegeben von der Zentralstelle Österr. Landesjagdverbände, Wien.
ISBN 978-3-9501873-2-8
Erhältlich bei der Zentralstelle Österr Landesjagdverbände,
Wickenburggasse 3, 1080 Wien, Österreich
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