Online research opportunity brings community together

During the past few months, many throughout the world are navigating uncharted territory in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Research is no exception in this recent push to reevaluate...

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Study finds nervous system damage in chlorpyrifos pesticide workers

Chlorpyrifos, the world’s most widely-used insecticide, was shown to produce persistent nervous system damage measured by a test of visual search and shifting focus in a study published in...

What can we do?

The current COVID-19 health emergency and situation has us all on edge. Often in times of crisis, people step up and want to give back. This is especially true for those who are healthy and able. And...

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Workplace resources for COVID-19

By: Helen Schuckers, MPH "This is all uncharted territory we are navigating." -Christian Kaylor, Economist, State of Oregon Near the beginning of Oregon's coronavirus outbreak, I attended...

Finding well-being in writing

By Dede Montgomery, MS, CIH A few times my work-related interests and lessons have spilled into my personal blog. Yes, as my friends and colleagues know, I love to write. Today's blog, however,...

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Participate in an OccHealthSci study

The mission of the institute is to improve the lives of workers through biomedical and occupational research. OccHealthSci stands at the intersection of the workplace and well-being; with more than...

OSU’s MPH Program becomes GSP Qualified Academic Program

We are pleased to recognize and congratulate Oregon State University's Master of Public Health in Environmental and Occupational Health upon being approved by the Board of Certified Safety...

Dr. Huang’s Safety Climate Lab embarks on a collaboration with SAIF

Let the validation of the Ansbro Safety Culture Spectrum commence! Dr. Huang’s Safety Climate Lab at the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences within OHSU,  and SAIF, Oregon’s...