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Safe Work in the 21st Century: Education and Training Needs for the Next Decade’s Occupational Safety and Health Personnel
First population-based and emergency room-based injury surveillance system is implemented in the United States (Massachusetts and Ohio).
Injury in America: A Continuing Public Health Problem is published by the National Research Council and the Institute of Medicine.
The American Academy of Occupational Medicine and the American Occupational Medical Association merge to become the American College of Occupational Medicine.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration hires its first occupational health nurse.
Role of the Primary Care Physician in Occupational and Environmental Medicine published by the Institute of Medicine.
Disability in America: Toward a National Agenda for Prevention is published by the Institute of Medicine.
Addressing the Physician Shortage in Occupational and Environmental Medicine is published by the Institute of Medicine.
Americans with Disabilities Act is passed.
Injury Control in the 1990s: A National Plan for Action is published by the Centers for Disease Control.
American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Foundation established.
Reducing the Burden of Injury is published by the Institute of Medicine.