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American Occupational Health Conference

The American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC) is the premier professional meeting for physicians and other health professionals who have an interest in the fields of occupational and environmental medicine (OEM). It is also the annual membership meeting for ACOEM’s members.

The Largest OEM Event in the World

More than 1,600 people from around the globe convene to learn from each other, share knowledge, and connect through shared experience at AOHC, the largest gathering of occupational and environmental health professionals in the world. ACOEM is all about education, and our best education takes place at AOHC!


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Register today for #AOHC2020 in Washington, DC! 
Fees increase by $100 after April 2

Save on Airfare!

ACOEM has secured a 5% discount on AOHC airfare booked on American Airlines and American Eagle. The discount is valid for all AOHC conference attendees for travel dates April 30 – May 9 to Ronald Regan Washington National (DCA), Dulles International (IAD) and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall (BWI) Airports.
 
Use code 1840DV in the promotion code field on the passenger details page when making a reservation. If you have a rewards account with American, you will still earn miles. Electronic ticketing is required and a service charge may apply. This is not valid in conjunction with any other discounts.

AOHC 2020 and the Novel Coronavirus

Your AOHC 2020 planning team is closely following the impact of the coronavirus on global populations and travel. As of now, we do not anticipate the virus presenting obstacles for those traveling to attend AOHC 2020 in Washington, DC. However, we will continue to monitor the spread of the virus and will take all necessary precautions and make accommodations as needed to ensure the safety of our learners, faculty and staff.
 
The CDC, multiple federal agencies, state and local health departments are implementing aggressive measures to substantially slow U.S. transmission of 2019-nCoV, including identification of U.S. cases and contacts and managing travelers arriving from China to the United States.

Check for CDC updates here: https://buff.ly/2S4OZjm and continue to check www.acoem.org, www.eventscribe.com/2020/AOHC/, and your email for updates from the ACOEM Board of Directors and your headquarters team.
 


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