AAOHN Fellows are leaders in the field of occupational and environmental health nursing, who have made significant contributions in the areas of clinical practice, education, research, management or policy. Fellows provide vision to advance skills, knowledge, and abilities of occupational and environmental health nurses, influence formation of policy, contribute to research and exemplify highly effective management and clinical practices.
Fellows are nominated and qualify to a strict set of criteria. They are selected by a Review Panel, based on demonstrated leadership, professional development, the potential for future contribution to the profession and future goals.
In Spring 2019, the AAOHN Board of Directors asked all AAOHN Fellows to participate in a survey indicating whether they were still active within the OHN field. Those who respond to the survey are included in the active fellows list linked below, which will be updated annually. Those who did not respond are considered inactive AAOHN Fellows.
Click here to view the active AAOHN Fellows list.
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