Founded in 1943, Workplace Health & Safety has served as the official publication of AAOHN
for 75 years.
is working to educate nurses and other health care professionals about the need for respiratory protection on the job.
is pleased to team up with the American Red Cross, an organization that has a 125-year history of providing disaster relief to Americans, said AAOHN
President Susan A.
As a result, AAOHN
has developed a comprehensive list of recommendations to help organizations create and implement a workplace violence education program.
dedicates one week in April to recognize the thousands in the occupational and environmental health nursing profession.
Lack, "Presenteeism revisited a comprehensive review," AAOHN
Lacillade is most deserving of this recognition for the many contributions she has made and continues to make to the state, regional and national chapter of American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN
(20) Jane Lipscomb and Colleen Love "Violence Toward Health Care Workers: An Emerging Occupational Hazard," American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (hereafter AAOHN
), (May 1992), 219-27; Sally Lusk, "Violence Experienced by Nurses' Aids in Nursing Homes: An Exploratory Study," AAOHN
, (May 1992), 237-41; Wigmore, "'Taking Back' the Workplace."
The American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN
) has launched a new Web site to help occupational and environmental health professionals and business leaders gain access to free, on-line ergonomics resources.
The conference is routinely approved for AAOHN
, CDMSC, CCMC, CRCC, CWCP and HRCI credits.
members represent a subspecialty of the nursing profession, working within business and industry to keep workers and workplaces healthy and safe.
She is involved with several professional organizations, including the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN
), North Carolina Association of Occupational Health Nurses (NCAOHN) and the North Carolina Tarheel Association of Occupational Health Nurses (NCTAHON).