EFSA Journal

L’EFSA publie toutes ses productions scientifiques, y compris ses avis scientifiques, dans l’EFSA Journal. L’Autorité édite également un éventail de publications connexes à l’appui des productions scientifiques. Voir aussi : Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Understanding people

In democratic societies moving towards increased participation, it is more important than ever that the values, thoughts, understanding, attitudes and behaviours of the communities and public that we serve are properly and proportionately included in the ...

Special Issue
08 juillet 2019

Communicating to and engaging with the public in regulatory science†

This paper presents selected highlights from the ‘Engaging with society’ session of EFSA's third Scientific Conference ‘Science, Food and Society’ (Parma, Italy, 18–21 September 2018). The social dimension for scientific advisory bodies largely conce ...

Special Issue
08 juillet 2019

Conducting fit‐for‐purpose food safety risk assessments

The interplay between science, risk assessment and risk management has always been complex, and even more so in a world increasingly characterised by rapid technical innovation, new modes of communication, suspicion about authorities and experts, and dema ...

Special Issue
08 juillet 2019

Managing evidence in food safety and nutrition

Evidence (‘data’) is at the heart of EFSA's 2020 Strategy and is addressed in three of its operational objectives: (1) adopt an open data approach, (2) improve data interoperability to facilitate data exchange, and (3) migrate towards structured scie ...

Special Issue
08 juillet 2019

Advancing human health risk assessment

The current/traditional human health risk assessment paradigm is challenged by recent scientific and technical advances, and ethical demands. The current approach is considered too resource intensive, is not always reliable, can raise issues of reproducib ...

Special Issue
08 juillet 2019

Advancing biological hazards risk assessment

This paper focusses on biological hazards at the global level and considers the challenges to risk assessment (RA) from a One Health perspective. Two topics – vector‐borne diseases (VBD) and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – are used to illustrate the chal ...

Special Issue
08 juillet 2019

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