This issue's topics range from On-line Health Quizzes and Calculators
to Occupational Health for Health Care Providers. An introduction is also provided to OEHN's
newest Medical Directors: Dr. Yolanta Petrofsky and Dr. Mehrad
Hamedani. Finally, find information on the recent Listeria, MRSA and E Coli breakouts
including how to recognize them and how to treat them.
This issue contains a wide range of topics,
from Pain Management (a specialty of OEHN's own Dr. Tom Winters) to
Vitamin D for Health and Wellness. An introduction is also
provided to OEHN's newest Medical Director: Dr. Joe (Slick)
Sliwkowski). Read Now.
This issue focuses on
workplace violence; it includes articles on how to recognize it before
it happens, and how to handle it if (regrettably) it does happen.
OEHN's own Dr. Mullaly, also presents his perspective on Workplace
Violence and Prevention. This issue also provides answers to the
question: Flu Vaccine and Health Care Workers - Mandatory?
The topics in
newsletter do somewhat of a catch-up of Occupational Health industry
informs you about the new encryption regulations and provides an OSHA
requirement quick start, etc.
topics in this issue presents a montage of information, including
an informative article on Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace which
discusses the fact that most drug users are employed; Winter Safety
Driving Tips, which will tell you how to stay safe on New England's
additional articles help you sort out information on when to get a mammogram and finally, an
update on the H1N1 Flu.
The main topic of this issue
again will be the H1N1
Influenza. This issue presents topics such as "Flu Prevention and
Treatment?" and "Guidance for Preparing Workplaces for a Pandemic". As
an added feature, in respect for Breast Cancer month, you will find a
personal story about the importance of getting regular mammogram.
topic of this issue of OEHN's Occupational Health Updates Newsletter is:
Vaccines and Seasonal Flu. Article topics include: "Will the
Seasonal Flu Vaccine also Protect Us from the Novel H1N1 flu?"
"Who should get the vaccine." and "Vaccine Effectiveness".
entire issue devoted to the H1N1 Virus. Articles include:
Update from CDC; Information for Nurses; How to Protect Yourself in the
Workplace and What to do to Protect Health Care Workers.
This Occupational Health
Update email focused on wellness in the workplace. Articles
included: AOHC Health Conference; Making Health Insurance Work for
People and Business; Making Time for Fitness; Back Disability; and Most
Disabling Workplace Injuries.
February 2009: This email
included the following informative articles:
Building Occupant's Guide to Indoor Air Quality;
Employees: Strategies for Coping with Workplace Change;
Money by Addressing Employee Drug Problems; Evaluating Stress in the
Workplace – A Questionnaire; and Five New Realities of Disease
In our first issue of OEHN's Occupational
Health Updates we included the following articles:
Salmonella Serotype Typhimurium Outbreak in Peanut Butter
and Peanut Butter-Containing Products; Keeping Health Care Workers
Healthy During the Flu Season; Job Loss - Important Information Workers
Need to Know to Protect Their Health Coverage and Retirement Benefit;
OSHA Best Practices for Hospital Based First Receivers
Involving the Release of Hazardous Substances; and Ergonomic Solution:
Mouse Location. Read Now.