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NECOEM Annual Conference 2017
November 30 – December 1

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AC 2017

November 30 – Dec 1


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As the New England regional component of ACOEM, NECOEM is a not-for-profit organized community of physicians that strives to improve the health and safety of workers, workplaces, and environments.

NECOEM provides leadership to promote the optimal health and safety of workers, workplaces, and environments by:

  • educating health professionals, employers, employees, payers, and the public;
  • encouraging research and the development of new knowledge;
  • championing the highest possible quality of OEM practice;
  • guiding workplace and public policy; and
  • advancing the field of occupational and environmental medicine.

  • NECOEM’s Annual Conference has consistently provided high quality presentations from experienced and well presented professionals from both ACOEM and AAOHN sources – its combined conference of both organizations enhances its networking value – and it is every bit worth the traveling from across the USA to attend.

    –Fred Emmel, MD, MPH, FACOEM

  • Once again, the conference was a wonderful way to spend two days. The content was relevant to practice and the speakers top notch.  The ancillary luncheons and dinners well planned and conducive to networking and catching up with colleagues.  The hotel accommodations were lovely.

    –Mary A. Taschner, DNP, ANP-BC Pfizer Biotech

  • The conference was rejuvenating!

    –John Knowles, MD, Occupational Health Associates and Emergency Medicine, Bath, Maine

  • Congratulations on another fantastic conference.

    –Arron Thompson, MD MPH FRCPC, Occupational Health Clinic, St. Michael’s Hospital /University of Toronto

  • It was a wonderful conference!! What a great job you and your team did!!

    –Kathy Wilhelmsen, Quadrant Health Strategies, Inc.

  • Thank you for inviting OSHA to your successful and informative conference.  It was a pleasure and an honor to participate.  I really enjoy providing info to OH docs, nurses and other attendees.  When an OSHA pub was mentioned during one of the seminars, we had a run on it.  (I guess people do listen.)  And it’s actually fun when someone tries to ‘stump the Compliance Officer’.

    –Angela Sciandra Industrial Hygienist , US. Dept of Labor – OSHA, 2015

  • As an invited speaker, to have such clear expectations in advance and a clear timeline was really helpful. I found the conference really fantastic and felt supported.

    –Kalman Watsky, MD, Yale School of Medicine, 2015

  • I wanted to thank you for all your hard work in putting together the exhibitors area for the conference. I appreciated that several Board members stopped by to say thank you for supporting the organization.

    –Scott Herzog, CIH, Health & Safety Practice Leader, Hydro-Environmental Technologies, Inc., 2015

  • The annual NECOEM meeting provides occupational health updates that are consistently relevant and applicable to practice.  The section attracts occupational health and ancillary service masters from around New England, who uniformly understand the context of the meeting and the needs of its participants.  Being smaller than the ACOEM annual meeting, NECOEM provides an environment that is more conducive to interacting with speakers and vendors, and networking with peers.

    – Robert S. Goldsmith, M.D., MPH, FACOEM, Executive Director, Corporate Employee Health, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, 2015

  • You and the planning committee deserve a lot of credit for the conference which was outstanding – great speakers, great topics, excellent networking.
    Nice job!!

    –Robert McCunney, MD Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, 2014

  • I look forward to the NECOEM conference nearly every year as an opportunity for networking, provocative education, and professional enhancement, despite having to travel a thousand miles to get there.

    –William G. Buchta, MD, MS, MP H Assistant Professor, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Mayo Clinic, 2014

  • Congratulations on a wonderful meeting. Every year the meeting is getting even better and it was really remarkable how many people were there from all over the US and Canada. Session per session, the quality is overall much higher than other meetings.
    The NE meeting is becoming a must for a lot of folks even though they live far out of our region.

    –Stefanos N. Kales, MD, MPH, FACP, Harvard Medical School & Harvard School of Public Health Director

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