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Media M E 0 I A • BREASTFEEDING focuses on special breastfeeding for prevention and treatment of BOOKLET situations such as recovery from heart disease. The Organization for Obstetric, cesarean birth and breastfeed­ For further information, con­ Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nurses ing the premature infant. The tact the American Dietetic Asso­ (NAACOG)announces a publica­ text also details hospital and ciation, P.o. Box 1068, South tion to provide information and community behaviors and re­ Holland, IL 60473; or call (800) guidelines for nurses and other sources that can be used to sup­ 877-1600. health professionals who work port breastfeeding. with or make policies that affect • GUIDE TO OSHA For further information, con­ breastfeeding women. BL.OODBORNE tact NAACOG Distribution, P.O. PATHOGENS STANDARD The booklet discusses the ba­ Box 304, Annapolis Junction, Savant Audiovisuals is offering sics of initiating and maintain­ MD 20701; or call (800) 354­ a Guide to OSHA's Bloodborne ing breastfeeding as well as the Pathogens Standard 29 CFR nurse's role in resolving common 1910.1030. This document offers breastfeeding concerns such as • NUTRITION PUBLICATIONS a simple explanation of the new breast engorgement, sore or The American Dietetic Associa­ law that covers all facilities such cracked nipples, plugged ducts, tion (ADA) announces a collec­ as hospitals, nursing homes and tion of informative healthy and mastitis. The document also individual practices. The new law enforces standard infection control procedures (universal precautions) which protect all Occupational Health employees who come into contact with human blood or other po­ Nurse Practitioner!ARNP tentially infectious materials. Washington State For further information, con­ OurLady of Lourdes Health Center seeks an Advanced Registered Nurse Practi­ tact Savant Audiovisuals, Inc., tioner to oversee our Occupational Health 801 E. Chapman Ave., P.O. Box Program. This position reports to theDirec­ tor of Business Health Services andis re­ 3670, Fullerton, CA 92634; or sponsible fordirection andclinical supervi­ call (800) 472-8268. sion of industrial health care, work site evaluation. worker's compensation case management, and hospilal employee oc­ • MEDICAL WASTE cupational health programs. We require a lifestyle pamphlets covering BSN (master's preferred). Washington state The Office of Technology Assess­ timely nutrition topics including ARNfl license in a related specialty with3 ment has announced the publi­ years of experience. thorough competence cholesterol, food labeling, diabe­ In industrial health care including iIInessl cation of "Finding the Rx for injury care and rehab. and-ideally-a year tes management, food safety, Managing Medical Wastes." It of managerial experience. Current CPR maintaining good nutrition certification a must, ACLS a plus. includes preliminary results while traveling, food additives, TheTri-Cities area, with its robust science­ from investigations by federal andtechnology·based economy andsunny tips for grocery shopping, and climate. offers an inviting quality of life. As agencies into medical waste a member oftheCarondelet Health System more. management issues. sponsored by the Sisters of SI. Joseph of For the health care profes­ Carondelet. we offer Interview and relo­ For further information, con­ cation assistance, and excellent salaryl sional, there are books on sports tact U.S. Government Printing benefits. Please callJody Swanson at (509) nutrition, worksite nutrition, 546·2283 or send us your resume: Our Office, Dept. SSMC, Washington, Lady of Lourdes, P.O. Box 2568. Pasco, drug and nutrient interactions, WA 99301.AnEqual Opportunity Employer. DC 20401; or call (202) 275-3340. food sensitivity, and nutrition ~~) If'l.Our Lady AAOHNJOURNAL ,~ Of Lourdes HEALTH CENTER 1:',.., .. ;""f" .......... ""tinn ,..i ...,..lo -11:17 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AAOHN Journal SAGE

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AAOHN Journal , Volume 40 (6): 1 – Jun 1, 1992

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© 1992 American Association of Occupational Health Nurses
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M E 0 I A • BREASTFEEDING focuses on special breastfeeding for prevention and treatment of BOOKLET situations such as recovery from heart disease. The Organization for Obstetric, cesarean birth and breastfeed­ For further information, con­ Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nurses ing the premature infant. The tact the American Dietetic Asso­ (NAACOG)announces a publica­ text also details hospital and ciation, P.o. Box 1068, South tion to provide information and community behaviors and re­ Holland, IL 60473; or call (800) guidelines for nurses and other sources that can be used to sup­ 877-1600. health professionals who work port breastfeeding. with or make policies that affect • GUIDE TO OSHA For further information, con­ breastfeeding women. BL.OODBORNE tact NAACOG Distribution, P.O. PATHOGENS STANDARD The booklet discusses the ba­ Box 304, Annapolis Junction, Savant Audiovisuals is offering sics of initiating and maintain­ MD 20701; or call (800) 354­ a Guide to OSHA's Bloodborne ing breastfeeding as well as the Pathogens Standard 29 CFR nurse's role in resolving common 1910.1030. This document offers breastfeeding concerns such as • NUTRITION PUBLICATIONS a simple explanation of the new breast engorgement, sore or The American Dietetic Associa­ law that covers all facilities such cracked nipples, plugged ducts, tion (ADA) announces a collec­ as hospitals, nursing homes and tion of informative healthy and mastitis. The document also individual practices. The new law enforces standard infection control procedures (universal precautions) which protect all Occupational Health employees who come into contact with human blood or other po­ Nurse Practitioner!ARNP tentially infectious materials. Washington State For further information, con­ OurLady of Lourdes Health Center seeks an Advanced Registered Nurse Practi­ tact Savant Audiovisuals, Inc., tioner to oversee our Occupational Health 801 E. Chapman Ave., P.O. Box Program. This position reports to theDirec­ tor of Business Health Services andis re­ 3670, Fullerton, CA 92634; or sponsible fordirection andclinical supervi­ call (800) 472-8268. sion of industrial health care, work site evaluation. worker's compensation case management, and hospilal employee oc­ • MEDICAL WASTE cupational health programs. We require a lifestyle pamphlets covering BSN (master's preferred). Washington state The Office of Technology Assess­ timely nutrition topics including ARNfl license in a related specialty with3 ment has announced the publi­ years of experience. thorough competence cholesterol, food labeling, diabe­ In industrial health care including iIInessl cation of "Finding the Rx for injury care and rehab. and-ideally-a year tes management, food safety, Managing Medical Wastes." It of managerial experience. Current CPR maintaining good nutrition certification a must, ACLS a plus. includes preliminary results while traveling, food additives, TheTri-Cities area, with its robust science­ from investigations by federal andtechnology·based economy andsunny tips for grocery shopping, and climate. offers an inviting quality of life. As agencies into medical waste a member oftheCarondelet Health System more. management issues. sponsored by the Sisters of SI. Joseph of For the health care profes­ Carondelet. we offer Interview and relo­ For further information, con­ cation assistance, and excellent salaryl sional, there are books on sports tact U.S. Government Printing benefits. Please callJody Swanson at (509) nutrition, worksite nutrition, 546·2283 or send us your resume: Our Office, Dept. SSMC, Washington, Lady of Lourdes, P.O. Box 2568. Pasco, drug and nutrient interactions, WA 99301.AnEqual Opportunity Employer. DC 20401; or call (202) 275-3340. food sensitivity, and nutrition ~~) If'l.Our Lady AAOHNJOURNAL ,~ Of Lourdes HEALTH CENTER 1:',.., .. ;""f" .......... ""tinn ,..i ...,..lo -11:17

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