It's clear to me after pondering this issue for some time that those of us in environmental health management need to do more to help bridge that gap between environmental health practitioners who are unionized and NEHA, our national professional organization.
What does EHM stand for?
EHM stands for Environmental Health Management (various locations)
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We have 56 other meanings of EHM in our Acronym Attic
- Eastside Hockey Manager (video game)
- Economic Hit Man
- Efficient Market Hypothesis
- Electronic Hardcore Music
- Electronic Home Monitoring (various states)
- Eleventh Hour Messengers (band)
- Enersource Hydro Mississauga (Canada)
- Engine Health Management (aviation)
- Enhanced History Manager (browser extension)
- Enseignement Hôtelier Méditerranéen (French: Mediterranean Hoteliers Education)
- Equipment Hydraulic Module
- Eucharistic Healers of Mary (religious order)
- Even-Harmonic Mixer
- Everyone Hates Me
- Exception Handling Mechanism
- Executive Healthcare Management (magazine)
- Exercise-Hypogonadal Male
- Explosive Hazard Management (mine action term)
- Extreme Home Makeover (TV show)
- European Harbour Masters' Association (International Harbour Masters' Association)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Regional Experience An international symposium on the development of indicators for integrated environmental health management, as a prior activity to the VI Brazilian Congress of Epidemiology, took place in Recife, Brazil, on 17-18 June 2004.
An industrial and environmental health management major at Ferris State University, she is due to graduate in the summer of 2003.
It has major implications for education and training, and the strategy itself suggests that there might be significant gaps between the skill base provided by university and other courses and that required for future environmental health management.
The National Environmental Health Forum was convened in response to the concern of governments and other stakeholders that Australia's ability to predict and manage environmental health threats was impeded by the fragmentation of environmental health management across three levels of government (commonwealth, state or territory, and local government) and a focus on prescriptive regulation and law.