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OSHA's Occupational Medicine
Resident Elective

The Office of Occupational Medicine and Nursing (OOMN) in OSHA serves as an instructional site for current resident physicians who are receiving training in occupational and environmental medicine, general preventive medicine, and aerospace medicine. At any time throughout the year, OOMN may host up to four resident physicians for an eight week training rotation. Future occupational and preventive medicine leaders have the opportunity to fully participate in OOMN activities and also receive an organized series of lectures on toxicology, homeland security, and clinical occupational medicine. OOMN staff members have participated on Residency Advisory Committees for the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.


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Important Dates

November 30 - Application Period Opens
April 15 - Application Period Closes
May 15 - Notifications Sent
July 6 - Rotations Begin
June 30 (of following year) - Rotations End

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