Issue #49

Summer 2017

Current Issue

 
  • Risk of Lentivirus Exposures in the Research Lab
  • Ron and Jay’s Truck Stop, or Go? Part II
  • Board Member Profile: Diane Chen
  • Around the Town, ACOEM Denver
Issue #48

Spring 2017

 
  • Legalized Recreational Marijuana and Safety
  • CDME Case Presentations
  • President’s Column By Ron Blum
  • SALAMI BRUSHER’S DISEASE: A Case Study
Issue #47

Fall 2016

 
  • Do No Harm
  • Workplace Cotinine/Nicotine Testing
  • Out of This World Exposures
  • Integrating OEM in the Workplace and Beyond
Issue #46

Summer 2016

 

 
  • The Integrated Disability Prevention (IDP) Approach
  • Haiti: An Occupational Doctor Steps Out Of His Comfort Zone
  • Snapshots AOHC 2016
  • New England Residents’ Research Represented at AOHC
  • Answer to last issue’s WHAT IS IT?
Issue #45

Spring 2016

  • Doctors on the Edge: The Physician Burnout Epidemic:
  • You Gotta Be Crazy: Tales of my Practice in Rural Maine
  • NECOEM’s Quest Laboratories Tour
  • Three in One: Occ Doc, Attorney and …Sushi Chef
  • International Conference on Physician Health
Issue #44
Fall 2015

  • Opioids: From Scourge to a Big Dig-Like Solution
  • The Pregnant Worker: Safety and Health in the Workplace
  • The Pregnant Worker: Legal Aspects of Workplace Reproductive Hazards
  • 2015 NECOEM and MaAOHN Annual Conference
  • NECOEM Welcomes Four to the Board
  • ACOEM’s Idea Marketplace™
Issue #43
Summer 2015

  • A Visit to the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland: Cat and Dog Bites and Compassion Fatigue
  • Ice Pick to the Face on an Airplane: Demystifying Sinus Barotrauma
  • The Aging Workforce
  • NECOEM Member Spotlight: HSPH OEM Fellows
  • ACOEM Fellows – Class of 2015
  • More from AOHC 2015….!
Issue #42
Spring 2015

  • Medical Marijuana and the Workplace
  • Complementary Alternative Medicine: Acupuncture. A Consideration for Your OEM Practice?
  • SEMINAR HIGHLIGHTS: WIND ENERGY, AN OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE REVIEW
  • NECOEM Member Spotlight: Yale OEM Fellows
Issue #41
October 2014

  • Assessment of Psychiatric Disability
  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: How, when, why and why not?
  • 2014 NECOEM/MAAOHN ANNUAL CONFERENCE
  • IN MEMORIAM – MEHRDAD O. HAMEDANI, MD
  • Occupational Physicians Gain Stature in Vermont and Influence the Legislative Process
Issue #40
June 2014

  • MANAGING CHRONIC HEALTH PROBLEMS AT WORK
  • Where Occupational Medicine Goes, So Goes the Nation’s Health
  • Summary: NECOEM NRCME training courses
  • MEET NECOEM’S NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBERS
  • NECOEM announces new mini-fellowship program
Issue #39
March 2014

  • Safe Patient Handling and Mobility: Identifying and Resolving Barriers to Use. What still needs to happen?
  • Demystifying Minimally Invasive Surgery: First in a Series
  • NECOEM Member Spotlight: Yale OM Fellows
  • NECOEM’s Dr. Neil Haas Spearheads Our Specialty’s Involvement in Vermont Medical Society
  • 2013 Alice Hamilton Awardee: Letitia “Tish” Davis
Issue #38
November 2013

  • Industrial Wind Turbines, Human Variability, and Adverse Health Effects
  • NECOEM NRCME: training course update
  • Rhode Island Occupational/Environmental Happenings
  • NECOEM Sponsors an OHIP Intern
  • New Member Spotlight: Erin Teeple, MD
Issue #37
June 2013

  • You’re the Occ Doc!
  • Unconventional Gas Extraction- Part 3: Social Impacts
  • Welcome Message from Our NECOEM President: Dr. Phil Lerner
  • “It’s a Wonderful Life” in Occupational Medicine?
  • Caring for Families of Fallen Workers
  • ACOEM’s 2013 Kehoe Award Winner: Dr. Stefanos Kales
  • Heavy Metal
Issue #36
Winter 2013

  • Unconventional Gas Extraction – Part 2: Worker Exposures
  • Pemberton Mill Collapse
  • FMCSA Training
  • NYOEMA Snapshot
  • Wood Biomass for Heat and Power: Addressing Public Health Impacts
Issue #35
Fall 2012
  • An Aerospace Medicine Morning
  • Unconventional Gas Extraction-Part 1 – Threats to the Environmental
  • A Medical Mission to the Chaco
  • Obesity and Work: a MassCOSH Report
Issue #34
Summer 2012
  • Technological Health Care Solutions
  • Noise and Hearing Loss: The Role of the Occupational Clinician
  • Professionals Health Program – A Fitness for Duty Process
  • Hair straightening with health risks
Issue #33
Spring 2012
  • Unexpected Exposure on a Farm
  • Temporary Worker Effect
  • Occupational Happenings
  • Bread and Roses Centennial
Issue #32
Fall 2011
  • Barriers to the use of Workers’ Compensation:
    Experience in Community Health Centers
  • ISOCYANATES:
    ARE YOU MISSING THE PROBLEM?
  • Radiation Medicine and Safety
  • Got OM Board Certification?
Issue #31
Spring/Summer 2011
  • Evaluating a Patient Exposed to Mold
  • WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: Can It Be Prevented?
  • President’s Column: A welcome
    message from new NECOEM
    President, Dr. Phil Adamo
  • Medical Marijuana – “As Maine goes,
  • Action Needed To Avoid Elimination of the ERCs in 2012!
Issue #30
Autumn 2010
  • Surveillance of Healthcare Workers for Latent
    M. tuberculosis Infection
  • Chilean Mine
  • Elements to be considered for Occupational and Environmental Health
    Services in the Industry
  • Does Age Matter?
Issue #29
Summer 2010
  • What Occupational and Environmental Medicine Providers
    Need to Know When Responding to a Disaster
  • The Dizzy Patient in the Occupational Medicine Practice
  • 2009 Moore Medical Scholar
Issue #28
Spring 2010
  • The Lead-Exposed Worker:
    New Challenges for the Occupational Physician
  • What’s new in Hernia Repair?
  • In Memoriam: NECOEM Member Lisa Woody
Issue #27
Fall 2009
  • OEMAC/NECOEM Merger
  • H1N1
  • Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA)
Issue #26
Summer 2009
  • OEM Delegation to China
  • Wellness in the Workplace
  • Traditional Patients and Alternative Medicine
Issue #25
Spring 2009
  • Solutions for the Future of OEM
  • The New ADA
  • Worker Comp Rate Increase