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The service provision is required at various locations where our employees are based and should include Occupational Health Nurse capability in addition to qualified physicians and a 24/7 call out service to respond to "for cause" drug and alcohol screening.
The seminar paved the way for the formation of a national network of occupational health nurses to share their experiences and best practices.
Among the main objectives of the OHN seminar was to provide occupational health nurses with the knowledge needed to further improve the quality of OHN practice in the industry.
Lead occupational health nurse, Christine Bouckley said: "We really are thrilled to have been given this recognition.
It was organised by the Association of Occupational Health Nurse Educators (AOHNE), National Forum of School Health Educators (NFSHE) and UK Standing Conference on Health Visitor Education (UKSC).
Caer Health Service now employs 12 physicians and eight full-time occupational health nurses, who are supported by a highly-skilled and efficient administrative team.
Sponsor ($500-$999): Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Maryland Association of Nurse Anesthetists (MANA) Maryland Association of Associate Degree Nursing (MAADN) District 8, Maryland Nurses Association Contributor ($100-$499): Maryland Association of School Health Nurses (MASHN) District #5, Maryland Nurses Association Nurse Practitioners of Maryland (NPAM) University of Maryland Baltimore School of Nursing Maryland Licensed Practical Nurses Supporter ($50-$99): Senecca Valley of Md Assoc Of Occupational Health Nurses Chesapeake Society Of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses Maryland Chapter of the ARN Individual Supporter ($25 and up): Wahnita C Hawk, LPN Joyce McAdoo, RN Nayna Philipsen, RN [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]
CAPTION(S): HEALTH AT WORK - Gail Bevan (left) checks the blood pressure of fellow occupational health nurse Judith Bell