AAOHN Member Registration
Welcome and thank you for considering a membership with the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Inc. (AAOHN). Join or renew today and discover how AAOHN can benefit your professional growth.
New Members - To become a member simply select a plan option below and complete the secure online application. If you prefer, you can download a PDF copy of the Membership Application.
Renewing Members - To renew your membership simply log in. Once you have logged in, please select the desired payment method under the appropriate membership plan.
If you select "pay by check," your membership will not be processed until your check is received through mail at the national office. Hence, for immediate processing, we recommend using our online payment system.
**Please refrain from creating a duplicate account for AAOHN.**
Creating a duplicate account prevents the national office from maintaining an accurate membership database. A duplicate account may also hinder your ability to obtain complete membership and attendance records.
If you are unsure of your username or password, Click Here to obtain your login information. You may also contact the National Office for assistance at (800) 241-8014.
Available Payment Options: American Express, Master Card, VISA, Check.
A licensed nurse currently engaged in occupational and environmental health impacting the health and well-being of worker populations.
Active members shall have all rights and privileges of membership including voting, holding AAOHN office, serving on AAOHN committees or panels (e.g. CNE review panel).
An active member may apply for inactive status if the member has temporarily left the field of occupational and environmental health due to hardship.
A licensed nurse not eligible for active status, but interested in the field of occupational and environmental health and the purposes of AAOHN.Individuals who are not licensed nurses but who are engaged in the field of occupational and environmental health or are interested in the purposes of AAOHN. Affiliate members have no national voting privileges. Affiliate members may participate in local, state and regional chapters as supported by local, state and regional chapter bylaws.
A licensed nurse currently engaged in occupational and environmental health impacting the health and well-being of worker populations, who is a citizen of and resides in a country besides the U.S., U.S. Territories and Canada. International members have no national voting privileges, but may serve as a committee or panel member. International members may participate in local, state and regional chapters as supported by local, state and regional chapter bylaws.
A registered professional nurse enrolled as a student in a program of study related to occupational and environmental health or a student in a professional nursing program with interest in occupational and environmental health. Students need to register using the membership application form. Fax or email the completed application with confirmation of your student status (copy of current Student ID card, transcript or letter from the school dean) to the national office.
A licensed nurse who temporarily changed their engagement in occupational and
environmental health (e.g. hardship or employment status change). Inactive members will have voting rights but are not able to hold AAOHN office.
Quarterly Regular Member
A registered professional nurse currently employed in occupational and environmental health. A quarterly membership is good for three (3) months and enjoys the same benefits as regular members. New and current members are encouraged to take advantage of this plan if unable to afford dues for a year.
Guest Access Account
This is a FREE account and is used for certain registered-only web applications such as Abstract Submissions, Online Courses, and Online Book Orders. This plan does NOT grant you access to the member-only areas of the website. If you are already a member or guest, please do not create a new account. Instead, please login using your username and password. If you have forgotten your username or password, please contact the National Office at 1-800-241-8014.