Massachusetts Association of Occupational Health Nurses

MaAOHN is proud to present our 2018 Medique Leadership Award to Nancy Clover, RN, COHN-S, FAAOHN. Nancy has held numerous positions on state and local chapters in Massachusetts. Full of endless...

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NEAOHN/MaAOHN Conference on Nov 29 & 30, 2018 is now accepting posters! Guidelines are available at: https://necoem.org/upcoming-events/annual-conference-2018/ Poster presenters get a,$200...

Posted by Nancy Clover

Only 8 seats left for the Northeast AOHN Conference in NJ. The free take home Tourniquets are ready for the Train the Trainer Stop the Bleed course. Become a certified instructor! The Northeast...

Posted by Nancy Clover

NEAOHN/MaAOHN Conference on Nov 29 & 30, 2018 is now accepting posters! Application: https://necoem.org/upcoming-events/annual-conference-2018/ Yes, $200 scholarships can be used for eposters...

Posted by Nancy Clover

We had been warned at the start. “Pick your partner, and when your partner sneezes, you pull out the handkerchief. That’s how close you need to work together.” I quickly glanced over at Emily and...

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Free continuing education program Ergonomics in Healthcare. This online program was developed to combat the high rates of musculoskeletal injuries, which are the leading occupational hazard among...

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Received a nice note from BU Nursing Archives thanking MaAOHN for donating its professional files - 1945 - 2012, photographs and memorabilia. MaAOHN is proud to have our history accepted into the...

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Occupational Health Story - Joan Chane Mom told me I would become a nurse when I was about 10 years old – I never questioned it – The choice was simple. So it started with a certificate program...

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It was May 1979. As I stood in line with my classmates to receive our diplomas, I could feel my emotions running high. I looked in the stands and saw the people that supported me and the tears just...

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It was May 1979. As I stood in line with my classmates to receive our diplomas, I could feel my emotions running high. I looked in the stands and saw the people that supported me and the tears just...

Posted by Nancy Clover