Annette Haag Annual Giving Campaign

The Annette Haag Annual Giving Campaign is an opportunity for AAOHN members, colleagues, chapters and sponsors to make a difference to continually improve occupational health nursing. The campaign is named for former AAOHN president and a long-time leader in the association, Annette B. Haag, who throughout her career has demonstrated a commitment to scholarships and continuing education for OHNs. The annual giving campaign assures the future of occupational health nursing through your ongoing, continued support.

For example, your gifts to the AAOHN Foundation make it possible for grant recipients to share their research and knowledge at our annual conferences through poster presentations, concurrent sessions, and published research. At the 2014 National Conference in Dallas, the AAOHN Foundation is sponsoring a preconference course titled, “How to Write for Publication,” that will be offered free to all AAOHN members. 

The strength of the AAOHN Foundation comes from you and the financial contributions you make. Gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible. You can make your gift online or send a check to the national office. We encourage contributions from employers' matching gifts programs, as well.

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"The work of the AAOHN Foundation benefits occupational health nurses everywhere and contributes to higher quality employee health. Please join me in supporting the Foundation and the grants, scholarships and educational opportunities it provides toward the betterment of our profession." – Annette B. Haag


 

About Annette Haag

Annette B. HaagAnnette B. Haag, MA, RN, COHN-S/CM, FAAOHN, led AAOHN as president in the 1980s and has served the association in many capacities during her accomplished career. An advocate for occupational health nurses continuing their education, she helped develop OHN certification curriculum and has led countless certification review courses to prepare nurses seeking to enhance their professional practice.

As an OHN, Annette served the workforces of Fireman's Fund and 3M with occupational health and case management services. in 1991, she began her own consultancy company, Annette B. Haag & Associates in Simi Valley, California. The company provides comprehensive occupational health, case management and safety services to businesses, occupational medical facilities, government, and industry on a nationwide basis. Other services offered include accredited training programs and seminars on Occupational Health and Safety Principles and Nursing Certification Review; Workers' Compensation cost containment programs; health and safety program planning; preplacement/health surveillance program design; ergonomic surveys; medical, nursing and first aid program audits.