Occupational health nursing provides health and safety programs, services to workers, worker populations, and community groups. They focuses on advancements, maintenance and recovery of health, prevention of illness and injury, with protection from work?related and environmental hazards. Occupational health nurses combines knowledge of health and business to balance safe and healthy work environments.
It analyse and evaluates the health status of employees and perform to maintain the highest level of well-being of the workforce. The main components of occupational health nursing involves prevention of disease and injury in the workplace, health and wellness, protection, and education. Nurses in occupational health also implement research projects and incorporate evidence based practice into clinical practice.
Title : Implementation of a non-opioid pain management protocol for chronic pain
Michaela Kern, Baylor University, United States
Title : Graduating Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Students: Satisfied, Fatigued, or Stressed?
Brittany Nicole Hudgins Graham, Western Carolina University, United States
Title : Application Research of Peer Mutual Management Model in Fast Rehabilitation After Gluteal Muscle Contracture
Ruolan Ge, Peking University Shenzhen Hospital , China
Title : Managing fatigue at workplace
Si Yee Liew, Edmonton Police Service, Canada
Title : Efficacy of Ketamine Compared to ECT in Adult Patients with Treatment Resistant Depression
Olubunmi Olugbile, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, United States
Title : Using behavior analysis to create an autism friendly environment in a healthcare setting
Sara Bastin, Boston Medical Center, United States