Track: OEM Education and Scientific Research
Phyllis A. Gerber, MD, FACOEM, FAADEP*, BioMotion of America LLC, Zurich North America. Osprey, FL
James W. Allen, MD, MPH, Working Healthy Always LLC, Wilmington, DE: "Health Risks to Those Who Work on Aircraft: Professionals and Hobbyists"
Edward J. Bernacki, MD, MPH, FACOEM*, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD: "Evaluation of an Influenza Vaccination Campaign Among Healthcare Workers Using a Randomized Survey"
Leslie M. Israel, DO, MPH, FACOEM*, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, University of California, Irvine, CA: "Sedentary Work, Low Physical Job Demand, and Obesity in the US Workers"
Ranga C. Krishna, MD, New York Cornell Methodist Hospital, Bronx, NY: "Loss of Workers Productivity in Restrained Individuals of Minor Severity Motor Vehicle Accidents in New York City"
Meghan E. Short, MPH, Thomson Reuters, Washington, DC: "The Relationship Between Health Risks and Health and Productivity Costs Among Employees at Pepsi Bottling "
The objective of this session is to present important research findings on selected current topics in occupational and environmental health. The session will provide researchers in occupational and environmental medicine and related disciplines, such as occupational epidemiology and toxicology, with a forum to present their current research. Presentations will be made by established researchers with topics addressing a range of important issues. All presentations were selected through a peer-review process of submitted abstracts to ensure the highest quality science and relevance. Discussion and audience questions and comments will be solicited and strongly encouraged.