AAOHN


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AAOHN,

abbreviation for American Association of Occupational Health Nurses.

AAOHN

Abbreviation for American Association of Occupational Health Nurses.

AAOHN

American Association of Occupational Health Nurses.
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OHN Week also commemorates the inception of the largest professional association for occupational and environmental health nurses on April 12, 1942, when 300 nurses from 16 states founded the American Association of Industrial Nurses (AAIN), the predecessor to AAOHN.
AAOHN is comprised of more than 100 chapters and serves over 4,000 members located across the United States, US territories, and the world, with our international membership.
Promote manuscript submission to the AAOHN Journal with the intent of enhancing the relationship through co-authored articles.
Established in 1942, AAOHN is a 10,000-member professional association dedicated to advancing the health, safety and productivity of domestic and global workforces by providing education, research, public policy and practice resources for occupational and environmental health nurses.
AAOHN strives to keep its members current on the effects of aging and diseases such as diabetes and those related to the heart.
The trial will be partially funded by the AAOHN New Investigator Award and also supported by the Texas Woman's University College of Nursing, Doctoral Program.
Presentation at AAOHN Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Worksite wellness rewarding healthy behaviors, AAOHN Journal, 42(5), 236-240.
AAOHN provides education, research, public policy advocacy,
While the AAP/AAFP/ AAOHNS guideline recommends against routine antibiotics for OME, (17) it does note that a short course may provide short-term benefit to some patients (eg, those for whom a specialist referral or surgery is being considered).