Workplace Health & Safety Journal
Workplace Health & Safety: Promoting Environments Conducive to Well-Being and Productivity is the official publication of the American Association of Occupational Health Nursing, Inc. (AAOHN). It is a scientific peer-reviewed Journal. Its purpose is to support and promote the practice of occupational and environmental health nurses by providing leading-edge research findings and evidence-based clinical practices. It publishes articles that span the range of issues facing occupational and environmental health professionals, including emergency and all-hazard preparedness, health promotion, safety, productivity, environmental health, case management, workers’ compensation, business and leadership, compliance and information management.
Workplace Health & Safety staff invite you to submit original manuscripts related to occupational and environmental health and safety issues and other areas impacting workers and/or work and community environments.
In Workplace Health & Safety you will find:
- On-demand Continuing Education articles
- Research and its practice applications
- An emphasis on practice roles
- Health Updates, that focus on emerging topics within the profession
- Content dedicated to business and leadership skills
The ideas and opinions in Workplace Health & Safety do not necessarily reflect those of AAOHN, the editor, or the publisher.
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Workplace Health & Safety inducted into the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) Nursing Journal Hall of Fame
Workplace Health & Safety was recognized by the International Academy of Nursing Editors (INANE) for its 75 years of publication as the official journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN). INANE established the Nursing Journal Hall of Fame this year as part of their 37th Annual Meeting held in Boston, Massachusetts in August 2018. Workplace Health & Safety was one of the 13 journals recognized for having “50 or more years of continuous publication and sustained contributions to nursing knowledge.”
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