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The Occup-Env-Med Mail-list provides a forum for announcements, dissemination of text files and academic discussion. The forum is designed to allow presentation of clinical vignettes, synopses of new regulatory issues and reports of interesting items from publications elsewhere (both the medical and the non-medical journals).
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The Association of Occupational & Environmental Clinics represents the first nucleus of members for the list, and will use the list for announcements. AOEC members are either:
We now have 3 different formats for the mail-list:
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means that the list would show only questions, never answers. What a shame.
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If you find that a question is of particular interest to you, than the best way to capture all the information provided in reply is to ask the individual who posted the original query to copy replies to you. Do NOT request that the whole list-community also address replies to you. “Me-Too” messages are NOT encouraged.
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|Easy, Fundamental Queries|
|Insulting, Unprofessional Language|
A crucial exception: Queries from developing
countries will be accepted without any quibbling about prior research
and groundwork. Nobody expects such participants to have equal technical
resources to those in N. America, N. Europe or Australia/NZ.
The best approach is to provide a description of the resource and its advantage to OEM-L participants, the full URL (including the “http://” part) and 1-2 paragraphs of its content. We want to invite the reader to utilize the document onsite.
As noted above, job postings are allowed, but only from the actual employer, not from commercial head-hunters or from placement agencies. Such agencies may choose to become corporate sponsors, and then will be allowed monthly announcements without this restriction, but only in exchange for major support for the forum’s infrastructure.
Ongoing and unfettered support for this
electronic forum is provided by the following list of contributors.
These organizations and individuals are generously providing support to
Duke University Medical Center to compensate for the time and resources
that hosting this forum requires.
Association of Occupational Health Nurses
In its 60th year, AAOHN is a 12,000 member
professional association dedicated to advancing the health, safety, and
productivity of domestic and global workforces by providing education,
research, public policy and practice resources for occupational and environmental
health nurses. These nurses are the largest group of health care
providers serving the worksite.
|The Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics has been a supporter of the maillist since its origins, and represents a good cross-section of exactly the multi-disciplinary kind of professionals the list is intended to serve. The organization not only serves the maillist by referring members to join, but is a financial supporter as well. AOEC is supported by ATSDR (the Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry) and NIOSH (the National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health). NIOSH has also provided direct support for web-release of certain pages and materials.|
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Occupational Medicine and Health Protection
That work-related diseases no longer occur at BASF.
combines its highly reputable occupational health care with its unique
capacity for analyzing case outcomes of over 5 million Concentra patient
visits. This combination is used in both our medical centers and
our on-site employer locations to deliver evidence-based prevention, treatment
and management strategies, quality improvement initiatives and best practice
patterns in both the occupational medicine and workers compensation arenas.
Strongly committed to on-going training and education, Concentra physicians participate in local, regional and national medical programs, publish research papers and nationally respected medical textbooks in the field of occupational medicine. Concentra cliniciansthe foundation of our recognized leadership in occupational medicinepractice in 35 states at over 250 medical centers.
Software for Occupational Health & Safety, and Workers’ Compensation managed care.
Health Safety & Environment Program
To make measurable improvements in the health, safety and environmental aspects of our products, services, and operations…every day…every month…every year.
Maico’s line of industrial hearing conservation products includes the brand new MA90 database/software audiometer and automatic microprocessor audiometers that are designed to meet demanding testing requirements. Program your own tests, customize printouts, store results, easily transfer data to your computer. The Hearing In Noise Test (HINT) can also add real-life hearing testing to your hearing conservation program.
Consulting, a premiere search firm specializing in Occupational
and Environmental Medicine.
Medlock Consultings professional background includes over fifteen years in the recruiting industry, including ten years specializing exclusively in the recruitment of occupational medicine physicians. Medlock Consulting has successfully completed assignments for Fortune 500 corporations, hospitals and clinics.
|Occupational Health + Rehabilitation Inc (OH+R) is the leading provider of occupational health services in the Northeast. OH+Rs 46 occupational health centers specialize in the prevention, treatment, and management of work-related injuries and illness. In addition, we provide a full continuum of workplace health services at employer locations throughout the region. Currently, they serve several thousand employers and their respective workforces in New England and beyond.|
|OEM Health Information, publishes The OEM Report, and is the distributor for hundreds of books for physicians, nurses, and others interested in occupational and environmental health and safety. Its book publishing division, OEM Press®, publishes Science on the Witness Stand; Evaluating Scientific Evidence in Law, and Low Back Pain; An Evidence-Based, Biopsychosocial Model for Clinical Management & other books pertinent to occupational and environmental health and safety.|
Tremetrics provides a complete line of microprocessor and digital audiometers, mobile testing systems, hearing test booths and comprehensive hearing/health data management software. The new HT Wizard Easy-Touch audiometer provides innovative features never before offered in a stand-alone screening audiometer. Tremetrics is your source for total hearing testing solutions and world-wide service and calibration.
|Tony L. Alleman, MD, MPH, MS|
|Baystate Health System|
|Daniel J. Brustein, MD, MS, CIH|
|James W. Butler, MD, MPH|
|B Rodrigo Cabanilla, MD, MPH|
|Corporate Health Resources (CHR)|
|Joseph J Fanucchi, MD, Meditrax Occ Health Systems|
|Steven A. Field, MD, MSPH|
|Edward I. Galaid, MD|
|Dr. Marion Gillen|
|Dr Ian R Gardner, Australia|
|Peter Godfrey, MD|
|Michael Hodgson MD MPH|
|Thomas J. Hughes, MD, MPH|
|Thomas B. Kibby, MD, MPH|
|Sandra V. McNeel, DVM|
|Robert P. Naparstek, MD|
|Eddie W. Runde, MD, MPH|
|Nancy L. Sprince, MD, MPH|
|Ronald F. Teichman, MD, MPH|
|Craig A. Vitrano, MD|
|Jay Van Cura, MD, MPH|
|2004 Subscribers and Supporters|
|Dr. Katherine Addleman|
|Dr. Karen Bartlett|
|Dee Bates, NP|
|Milton H. Black, MD, MPH|
|Jennifer Branch-Rooke, MD, MPH|
|Richard H. Brody, MD|
|William G. Buchta, MD, MPH|
|Anthony D. Burton, MD, MPH|
|Patricia Cantagallo, MD, MPH|
|Dr. Barry Castleman|
|Linda Cocchiarella MD, MSc|
|CPF Associates, Inc.|
|William T. Crowe, RN, FNP|
|Kenneth C. Curley, MD|
|Barbara G. Daugherty|
|Carl M Devore, MD, MPH|
|Ferdinand Engelbeen, Belgium|
|Manuel H. Enriquez, MD, MPH|
|Evamaria Eskin, MD, MPH|
|Federal Occupational Health|
|Arthur L. Frank, MD, PHD|
|Cindy Frost ANP-C, MSN, COHN-S|
|Dr. Janet Fujikawa|
|Dr. John Gehman|
|Pamela A. Girres, MD, MPH|
|Peter Godfrey, MD|
|Patricia H Gulbrandsen, MD, MPH|
|Michael R Harbut, MD, MPH|
|James Harris, MD, MSPH|
|Theodore R. Hatfield, MD, MS|
|Deborah S. Heaney, M.D., M.P.H.|
|Michael G. Holliday, B.Sc., Ph.D.|
|Integrated Health Management|
|Laura Rachel Kaufman|
|Denece Kesler, MD, MPH|
|Aaron Kolb MD MPH|
|Kathleen Leslie, MD, MPH|
|Jia Li, MD, MPH|
|Kevin L. Luppen, PA-C|
|Allison McCurdy, CIH|
|Robert K. McLellan, MD, MPH|
|Sandra V. McNeel, DVM|
|Judith R. Merritt|
|Jacob T. Moll, MD, MPH|
|Col. (Dr.) David Mukai|
|Sandy J. Murray MD|
|Occupational Care Consultants|
|L Christine Oliver, MD, MS|
|Dr. Orly Tibon-Fisher, Israel|
|Michael C. Patellos, MD, MPH|
|James R. Popplow, MD, MSc|
|Lawrence W. Raymond, MD, SM, FACOEM|
|Mark A Roberts, MD, PhD|
|Robert Rollins, MD|
|Richard Row PA-C|
|Jane T. St Clair, MD, MS, MS|
|Donald J. Schaezler|
|Joseph J Schwerha, MD, MPH|
|William Scott, MD, MPH|
|William S. Shaw, MD|
|Dr. William M. Simpson, Jr.|
|Doug Stagg, M.D. & Bonnie Williams-Adams|
|Francis J. Stagg, MD|
|Jeanne Mager Stellman, PhD|
|Michael D. Stenberg, MD|
|Maryann E. Suero, Ph.D.|
|Thomas L. Sutter, DO, MPH|
|William J. Tarver, MD, MPH|
|Brian M. Timura, MD|
|Barbara Toeppen-Sprigg, MD, MPH|
|Ulrike Luderer, MD, PHD, MPH|
|Tim Wallace, R.S.|
|Mary Wampler, MD, MPH|
|Laura S. Welch, MD|
|Stephen F. Wintermeyer, MD, MPH|
|Richard P. Zimon, MD|