Occupational and Environmental Medicine Fundamentals Course – 10-14 SEPT 2018 – Portsmouth, VA

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The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) is excited to announce that
it is sponsoring its third offering of the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Fundamentals course September 10-14, 2018 in Portsmouth, Virginia.

The course is intended for physicians that do not have formal occupational medicine training (i.e. occupational medicine residency or experience) who will be practicing in an occupational medicine clinic or have significant occupational medicine-related workload. The course will cover the history of occupational medicine, workplace hazards, risk communication, Navy occupational health programs, worksite visits, and available resources. It will include clinical case break-out sessions.

The NMCPHC will fully fund the students attending the course, including travel.

They are applying for CME/CNE and anticipate the course will be approved for 30.5 credit hours as it has been in the past.

NMCPHC will coordinate with the Regional Program Managers & OEM Specialty Leader to ensure course seats are given to those according to clinic needs, responsibilities, and assigned job requirements.

Please visit the NMCPHC Occupational Medicine Fundamentals Course webpage for more detailed information and student registration request.

Please read the above webpage carefully to answer your questions. If you still have questions not answered by the webpage, please feel free to contact the people below. Their contact info is in the global e-mail directory.

POCs for questions:

Course Director:
Lynn M. Flowers, DO, MS
LCDR, MC, USN
Occupational & Environmental Medicine Physician
Navy & Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC)

Course Admin:
Ms. Kimberly Little
Program Analyst
Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center

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