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Western States Occupational Network (WestON) - 9th Annual Meeting
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Presenter Title
Welcome/Opening
Yvonne Boudreau Welcome and Introductions
Session - News from NIOSH
Angie Weber Disaster Science Responder Research Program
Judi Eisenberg Heat Related Illness and Rhabdomyolysis in Firefighters and National Park Employees
Session - Quick Takes- Feel the Burn: Working in Heat and Inclement Weather
June Spector Heat Exposure and Injury Risk in Agricultural Workers in Washington
Teri Jacobs A Geographer's Perspective of Climate Change and Occupational Hazards in the West
Ellen Duysen Tribal Bison Workers- Imminent Dangers, Just-in-Time Training
Ted Teske One of Us: Developing Credible Messages Using Occupational Culture
Kelsie Scruggs Research to Practice (r2p) Roadmap for General Industry
Adelyn Shimizu How Meaning Matters at Work: Implications for Occupational Health
Josh Scott Training Needs for Occupational Safety and Health Professionals
Session - Inspirations on Working in Occupational Health and Safety
Bob Harrison
Dioramas and Other Notions
Derry Stover Still a Newbie
Session - Particles Matter
Chuck Geraci Nanotechnology at NIOSH
Bruce Lippy Training Workers on Nanotechnology Risks
Session - Dangers at Work and Play
Dawn Comstock Sports Injuries
Keshia Pollack Major League Baseball's Health and Injury Tracking System
Session - Quick Takes- Risky Business
Curtis Cude Exploring Occupational Traumatic Brain Injury Surveillance in Oregon
Gabriel Pepper Riskiest Military Jobs for Developing Deployment Lung Disease
Bob Harrison If a Slab Falls, Does Anyone Hear It?
Sophie Ridl Navigating the FOG: A Year of Insights from the NIOSH Fatalities in Oil and Gas (FOG) Database
Krystal Mason Using Surveillance to Identify High-Risk Industries and Occupations in Alaska