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Jill S. Galper, PT, MEd, Ronald Zipper, DO, Michael LeWitt, MD, MPH, Douglas W. Martin, MD, FACOEM, FAAFP, FIAIME, Wilhelmina C. Korevaar, MD, MMM, James B. Talmage, MD, FACOEM,
This hands-on training course has been expanded to three days based on feedback from attendees of previous courses. Participants will use anatomical and injection models to practice their techniques.
Kent W. Peterson, MD, MRO, FACOEM, MD, MRO, FACOEMMichael A. Peat, PhD, PhDDonna R. Smith, EdD, PhD, EdD, PhD
This 1½-day course offers current and aspiring review offices (MROs) an excellent opportunity to increase and update their knowledge and familiarity with changes in substance abuse testing and federal regulations affecting the role of MROs.
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ACOEM Task Force on Nanotechnology and Health
ACOEM defines best practices for key areas of occupational medical care and disability management. Learn how to use the most effective treatment to provide better patient care.
Commercial driver medical examiners (CDMEs) ensure that commercial vehicle operators are qualified to drive. ACOEM provides CDME training and publishes a newsletter for providers.
OEM professionals protect workers who protect the public, including firefighters, law enforcement officers, correctional officers, and crossing guards. ACOEM publishes guidance for those who provide medical treatment to law enforcement officers.
Medical review officers (MROs) review results from drug-testing programs and evaluate medical explanations for certain results. ACOEM is the educational provider of choice for MROs. ACOEM also publishes a newsletter for MROs.
On May 1, Stephen A. Frangos, MD, MPH, FACOEM, of Houston, Texas, was installed as president of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) for 2019-2020.
Employer-sponsored clinics improve quality of care at a lower cost.
Women who served in the 1990-91 Gulf War have increased risk of bearing children with minor birth defects.