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  • Brunel University - Department of Health Studies. Featuring degrees in Occupational Health Nursing

  • Edith Cowan University - School of Nursing and Public Health. Offers course options in areas such as health promotion; addiction studies; occupational health and safety; postgraduate medical education; public health; and health services management. (Australia)

  • Master's program in Occupational Health Nursing/Adult Nurse Practitioner - Sunshine Education and Research Center, The College of Nursing and the College of Public Health offer an Interdisciplinary Dual Degree (MS/MPH) Master's program in Occupational Health Nursing/Adult Nurse Practitioner.

  • Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing Program - University of California, The UCSF Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing (OEHN) Program can help you further your career and advance your leadership in this rapidly expanding community health specialty through graduate education.

  • Occupational Health Nursing - University of Minnesota, School of Public Health - The primary mission of the Division of Environmental Health Sciences (EnHS) is to provide excellence in occupational and environmental health with respect to the education of environmental and occupational health professionals, in the conduct of research, and in service to the people and the State of Minnesota.

  • Occupational Health and Safety Nursing Certificate, Humber College - This program will prepare the registered nurse for professional practice in an occupational (workplace) setting. Roles may include: organizational manager, health and safety educator, disability case manager, clinical practitioner, and effective facilitator of the health care team.

  • University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-School of Nursing - An advanced practice nurse (APN) for occupational health is a registered nurse with a Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) degree, who has advanced preparation in health assessment, health management and occupational health sciences.

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