AAOHN


Also found in: Medical.
AcronymDefinition
AAOHNAmerican Association of Occupational Health Nurses (Atlanta, GA)
References in periodicals archive ?
Current editor, Lisa Pompeii, PhD, FAAOHN, accepted the award on behalf of AAOHN. Additional recognition was extended to previous editors, Margaret Hargreaves, PhD (1957), Margaret Carnine, RN (1964), Geraldine Williamson, MN, RNC (1987), Pamela Moore, EdD, MPH, RN (1996), and Joy Wachs, PhD, RN, FAAOHN (2004).
Pompeii pointed to a free "Respiratory Protection Webkit" that's available on AAOHN's website that was conceived with input from an advisory board of experts, and several organizations, including ANA.
Changes in beliefs and practices of working women, AAOHN J.
Younger people are also more willing to take risk and like to seek creativity and innovation leading to the higher use of intuition as their decision making strategy (Aaohn, 1999).
Part One--Physiological Aspects," AAOHN Journal: Official Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, 50 (2002), 449-459.
(AAOHN) and the American Red Cross ventured into a collaborative relationship on October 11 by signing a Memorandum of Understanding.
Tularemia: a pathogen in nature and a biological weapon AAOHN Journal, 50(8), 373- 377.
(AAOHN), Atlanta, nearly 20 percent of the American workforce claim they have experienced an episode of workplace violence.
AAOHN encourages organization managers to conduct a thorough risk assessment of each worksite and develop violence prevention policies, controls, and strategies.
"Workers' Compensation Claims Among Nurses in Ontario." AAOHN Journal 42: 384-90.
Fox, "A Worksite Parenting Program," AAOHN (American Association of Occupational Health Nurses)Journal, February 1990, pp.
Chicago, IL, March 16, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN) will celebrate Occupational Health Nurses (OHN) Week, April 9-15, 2018.