Workplace Health & Safety (formerly AAOHN Journal)


Print ISSN: 2165-0799
Online ISSN: 2165-0969

Workplace Health & Safety: Promoting Environments Conducive to Well-Being and Productivity, formerly AAOHN Journal, is the official publication of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Inc. This peer-reviewed Journal is published monthly and offers original articles of professional interest to the occupational and environmental health nurse for more than 60 years. Begin to explore the Journal and all of its great benefits such as: 
• Columns include “Health Updates” and “Professional Practice
• Access to current articles, as well as several years of archived content
• Read manuscripts online just two months after acceptance
• A recognized Journal indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed and CINAHL
• Impact factor of 0.856

Cited in MEDLINE/PubMed 

  • Current Issue
  • December 2014
  • Volume 62 · Issue 12
Table of Contents
Letter to the Editor

Adult Vaccination Rates: Time and Productivity

Sim Sai Tin, MD; Viroj Wiwanitkit, MD

Professional Practice

Chikungunya Virus: Is This the Next Emerging Disease Threat to the Americas?

Trina M. Girimont, ARNP, MSN, COHN-S/CM

Professional Practice

Attitudes Toward Use of Hearing Protection Devices and Effects of an Intervention on Fit-Testing Results

Pegeen S. Smith, MS, RN, COHN-S; Barbara A. Monaco, MS; Sally L. Lusk, PhD, RN, FAAN, FAAOHN

Professional Practice

The Impact of Patient Education on Anthropometric, Lipidemic, and Glycemic Parameters Among Patients With Poorly Controlled Type II Diabetes Mellitus: A 3-Month Prospective Single-Center Turkish Study

Soner Cander, MD; Ozen Oz Gul, MD; Cuma B. Gul, MD; Saadet B. Keles, MD; Sibel Yavas, DNE; Canan Ersoy, MD

CNE Article: Continuing Education

Can Increasing Adult Vaccination Rates Reduce Lost Time and Increase Productivity?

Chad Rittle, DNP, MPH, RN, FAAOHN

CE Module

Can Increasing Adult Vaccination Rates Reduce Lost Time and Increase Productivity?

Health Updates

White House Executive Order Protects Transgender Workers in the Federal Government

Alexandra Maher, RN; Kelly Bower, PhD, RN; Sheila T. Fitzgerald, PhD, RN