• Continuing Education


    American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC 2014)

    You Can Still “Participate” in AOHC 2014!

    Even if you could not attend this year’s meeting, there are still a number of ways to participate in AOHC 2014 and earn up to 106 CME/MOC credits! In partnership with our recording company, Mobiltape, ACOEM is providing an on-line library of AOHC 2014 session recordings. If you attended AOHC and want to receive additional CME or MOC credits – or if you did not attend and want to earn up to 106 CME credits – this is the opportunity for you! To purchase the on-line library of conference sessions and/or the CD-Rom or MP3 versions, download the Mobiltape order form. Purchase of this product is required for earning CME credits through the AOHC distance-learning activity.
    Special pricing for AOHC 2014 attendees!    

    AOHC 2014 Distance Learning Activity Packet

    This packet includes:
    Activity format, estimated time to complete the activity, learning objectives, continuing education credit information, registration information, and activity fees
    Summary of Credit Availability & Claim Tally
    Post Test & Answer Key
    Faculty Index & Disclosure Information
    Evaluation & Credit Verification Form

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    Conference Attendee Information

    Don't forget to submit your Attendance Verification Form to claim AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ and ABPM MOC credits.

    The American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC) is designed for physicians who specialize in or have an interest in occupational and environmental medicine as well as non-physicians who are involved in the field.  AOHC offers a variety of educational activities for participants new to OEM as well as for the experienced professional.  

    About ACOEM
    For decades, ACOEM has offered continuing medical education specifically designed to meet the needs of the OEM professional.  In an era marked by changes in health care delivery, as well as by increasing changes in OEM practice and regulatory issues, it is critical that these professionals possess a strong foundation in the required competencies in order to successfully manage their practices and patients.

    The 2014 American Occupational Health Conference is ACOEM’s 99th Annual Meeting.