How to present research at a conference uci haccp

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How to initiate a HACCP review?

HACCP review can also be initiated by issues raised at the Quality meetings or even at the daily production meetings. Thanks for the information both. What we currently do is a HACCP and Quality meeting together once a month and talk about the following subjects:

What do you use the HACCP meetings for?

I’m a Geeky Nerd. We have production/facility meetings daily, so the urgent matters get communicated there. We use the Food Safety & Quality Committee meetings to do the annual review of the HACCP plan, raise any issues where documents/procedures are not working well and should be changed, or to look at a large topic that could improve the program.

What are the 7 principles of HACCP?

HACCP is a systematic approach to the identification, evaluation, and control of food safety hazards based on the following seven principles: Principle 1: Conduct a hazard analysis. Principle 2: Determine the critical control points (CCPs).

What is a HACCP plan?

HACCP: A systematic approach to the identification, evaluation, and control of food safety hazards. HACCP Plan: The written document which is based upon the principles of HACCP and which delineates the procedures to be followed.

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Which conferences?

Most UW departments are well-represented at key national academic conferences.


When and how?

Deadlines for conferences are usually noted on academic organizations’ websites. When considering how to submit your research, be sure to check submission requirements. Some conferences require full papers, while others will consider only abstracts.


Presenting your research

You will be judged first and foremost on your research, which means that you should strive for a great presentation. In other words:


How to navigate the conference

Read the conference program; attend the sessions that interest you, but don’t plan every hour.


When is the UCI Undergraduate Research Symposium?

Each year in May , UROP hosts the UCI Undergraduate Research Symposium, an event that offers hundreds of undergraduates the opportunity to present the results of their research or creative activities in a professional setting.


What is a research symposium?

“The research symposium is a great platform for us students to present our research findings and educate others while doing so. I enjoyed attending the Symposium to learn about others’ research projects, and I also enjoyed sharing my project.”

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Which Conferences?


When and How?

  • Deadlines for conferences are usually noted on academic organizations’ websites. When considering how to submit your research, be sure to check submission requirements. Some conferences require full papers, while others will consider only abstracts. Be sure to adhere to these details and all deadlines, and be sure to submit your work to a relevant division! (What con…

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at The Conference…

  • Some departments provide funds that allow you to travel to conferences to present your research. In addition to talking about your research in a variety of ways, take advantage of being at the conference to learn about the field, meet other people, and participate.

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Presenting Your Research

  • You will be judged first and foremost on your research, which means that you should strive for a great presentation. In other words: 1. Know what attendees at this particular conference expect, e.g., reading your paper vs. summarizing your paper? PowerPoint slides? 2. Know your research and what it contributes to the larger body of research. 3. Nev…

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How to Navigate The Conference

  • Readthe conference program; attend the sessions that interest you, but don’t plan every hour. Be readywith a brief “elevator talk” about your research. Conferences are very busy times, and people will not have time to hear a full explication of all your research projects. Identifythe individuals you would like to meet and ask your mentor/adviser to introduce you. Introduceyourself to people. M…

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