Occupational Health Nursing - page 7

Occupational Health Nurses (OHN)s are registered nurses who independently observe and assess the worker's health status with respect to job tasks and hazards. Using their specialized experience and education, these registered nurses recognize and prevent health effects from hazardous exposures and treat workers' injuries/illnesses. Use Occupational Health Nurses to network with each other and discussing OH Nursing issues.

  1. occupational health - resource book
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    by cathrnnurse Feb 12, '00
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    Sharon
  2. occupational health
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    NightOwl
  3. goals/objectives
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    by puobende Nov 11, '99
  4. Congressional Briefing on OHN's As Prevention Specialist
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    by Sharon Sep 13, '99
  5. email based OHN information/job postings
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    by margie mulder-rowe May 13, '99
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  6. career change
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    by kriss Jun 22, '99
  7. bodily harm, etc..
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    by chubby May 13, '99
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    Sharon
  8. Y2K and individual health concerns
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    by Sharon Mar 1, '99
  9. need help--new to occ med
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    by sasha Nov 13, '98
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  10. Looking for OH personnel
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    by Laverne Nov 24, '98
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    JeanthePHN
  11. Expert
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    by JeanthePHN Sep 13, '98
  12. travel immunization program set up
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    by maidenme Sep 8, '98
  13. Info on exercise & accident prevention
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    by Janella Cox Aug 15, '98
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    Sharon

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