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Reproductive health issues in the workplace

Occupational Health Services Research trainee explores disparities in treatment services for uterine fibroids among women veterans

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women in the military

Reproductive health issues in the workplace

Occupational Health Services Research trainee explores disparities in treatment services for uterine fibroids among women veterans

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cannabis facility

Worker safety in the cannabis industry

Occupational Medicine Resident trainee explores occupational exposure for cannabis workers

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Investigating mental health and substance use in the COVID-19 era

NWCOHS Occupational Health Nursing graduate looks at the mental health impacts of COVID-19 stress on hotel workers

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PTOP awardees present at Northwest Occupational Health Conference

PTOP provides awardees with resources to pursue a project that will increase their own occupational health experience as well as improve the health of workers in the Northwest region.

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Safer Choice Award

Continuing Education Team Recognized as EPA Safer Choice Partner of the Year

The University of Washington Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (UW DEOHS) Continuing Education Program is honored to be recognized as an EPA Safer Choice Partner of the Year.

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Highlights from the NWCOHS Evaluation

Learn more about the 2020-2021 NWCOHS Evaluation

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NWCOHS Work and Health Graduate Certificate trainee interns at OSHA

Inna Antonchuk, MPH Occupational & Environmental Health student, discusses her internship characterizing OHSA’s abatements for occupational noise violations

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Occupational health opportunity for working professionals and UW students

The Work and Health Graduate Certificate is an opportunity for working professionals and UW graduate and professional students to add an occupational health perspective to their work

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Killer whale

NWCOHS trainee combines her passion for marine mammals with interest in worker health and safety

MS Occupational Hygiene student, Lily Myers, shares about her work assessing potentially hazardous ozone exposure from a water treatment system at a marine mammal hospital

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NWCOHS trainee reflects on community outreach and research dissemination

Occupational Health Research Services PhD student, Érica Chavez Santos, reflects on her experience as a guest speaker on Radio KDNA, a Spanish language public radio station in the Yakima Valley in Eastern Washington

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A worker health and safety perspective on anti-racism

NWCOHS anti-racism initiative explores structural inequities and the disproportionate burden of occupational injury and illness experienced by workers of color

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Occupational Health Nursing Assistant Director and PhD trainee win 2021 Nursing Dawg Tank funding

Proposed project will develop a virtual reality, remotely accessible education and training system for adult family home caregivers

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