The Journal of the Association of Occupational Health Professionals in Healthcare, the official publication of the AOHP, is provided as a benefit to all members and is available to nonmembers by subscription. The Journal is written by occupational health professionals in healthcare and other experts in the fields of nursing, medicine, human resources, safety, risk management and the law.

The Journal is published quarterly and has a growing national circulation of over 1,100. Topics discussed in the Journal include:
• Bioterrorism
• MRSA and VRE
• Proactive strategies through budgeting
• Tuberculosis Testing
• Bloodborne pathogens
• Ergonomics
• Safe patient handling

Regular columns include, but are not limited to:
• Legislative and political updates
• Networking
• Research activities and findings

A subscription to the Journal of the Association of Occupational Health Professionals in Healthcare for non-members is $195.00 for one year (includes shipping and handling), this is a member benefit and a part of membership dues for members. Please complete and return the subscription form below.

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AOHP Journal Editorial Guidelines

The mission of the Journal of the Association of Occupational Health Professionals in Healthcare (AOHP Journal) is to facilitate the exchange of information among the healthcare community. AOHP publishes the AOHP Journal as a forum to provide a voice for occupational health issues in healthcare, thereby furthering the Organization’s mission and objectives. The AOHP Journal seeks to publish original and useful articles dealing with the field of occupational health and safety issues in healthcare. The AOHP Journal provides readers with technical information as well as research findings and serves as a forum to share successful programs.

Description of Content
The AOHP Journal articles cover healthcare occupational health information that present details on topics such as:

  • Workers Compensation
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Vaccines
  • Safe Patient Handling
  • ADA and FMLA Issues
  • Tuberculosis and other Infectious Disease
  • Ergonomics
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Safety
  • Case Management



The AOHP Journal neither approves nor disapproves, nor does it guarantee the validity or accuracy of any data, claim, opinion, or conclusion presented in either editorial content or advertisements.



All articles written directly for the AOHP Journal are peer reviewed.

Author Guidelines
The AOHP Journal actively solicits material to be considered for publication. Material published in the AOHP Journal, unless re-printed by permission, is copyrighted by the AOHP Journal.

The Editor and editorial team reviews all submissions. Accepted manuscripts are subject to editorial changes. The author is solely responsible for all statements made in his or her work, including changes made. Submitted manuscripts are not returned to the author.

Style Guide
Please send your manuscript via e-mail to the current AOHP Journal Editor. All manuscripts must include the name(s) and affiliation(s) of author(s) and name, mailing address, phone and fax of the author to whom correspondence should be directed.

Articles should be written so that they are understandable and interesting to readers. Use no more than two levels of headings. Specialized jargon and gender-specific terms should be avoided. Articles should be written concisely, without sacrificing meaningfulness or clarity.

The use of exhibits such as photographs, tables, figures, forms is encouraged. Exhibits — artwork, tables, illustrations, photographs — should be titled and captioned, numbered in Arabic, and grouped at the end of the manuscript or in a separate electronic file. For each exhibit, a reference to the exhibit should be included in the text and preferred location of the exhibit should be indicated with a place mark noted in the article (e.g., Exhibit 1 about here).

The deadline for all submission is the last day of the quarter AOHP Journal (February 28, May 31, August 31 and November 30.). The editor will acknowledge the submission shortly after receiving it and provide preliminary feedback. Authors are encouraged to submit articles earlier than the deadline, especially if submissions are not in final form.



December 2009