PRESS RELEASE: AAOHN Seeks Abstracts on Occupational Environmental Health and Safety or Nursing Categories for 2019 National Conference

Chicago — The American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN) is now accepting abstracts for its 2019 National Conference, April 8-10, 2019 in Jacksonville, Florida. The 2019 conference theme is “Navigating the Currents of Occupational Health.”

The call for abstracts includes a range of preconference workshops and concurrent podium presentations from occupational health nurses and any other presenters in all occupational and environmental health and safety or nursing categories:

  • Clinical Practice
  • Disability Case Management
  • Health Promotion / Wellness / Total Worker Health
  • Chronic Condition Management and Coaching
  • Management and Leadership
  • Safety & Environmental Health (including regulations)
  • Research / Evidence-based Practice
  • Nursing Professional Development
  • Interdisciplinary Health and Safety Programs and Topics
  • Global Occupational Health
  • NIOSH Pulmonary Function Testing Technician course
  • Toxicology / Chemical Use
  • Business Issues / Return on Investment
  • Violence / Active Shooter / Disaster Planning
  • Medical Surveillance Programs

Each year, the AAOHN National Conference attracts nearly 1,000 occupational and environmental health professionals for valuable continuing education, program updates, technology advancements, and tangible resources to keep workers safe, healthy and performing at a high level.
The deadline for submissions is Friday, June 29, 2018. Abstracts can be submitted at
www.aaohn.org/2019submit

 

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