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May 17 : IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Chapter Restructure Survey

Dear TSAOHN members: As you may be aware by now, AAOHN proposed a change in the member structure of the National Association. A proposal was presented to the members that would allow you, the members, to decide how you wanted to structure your aff..... READ MORE


Apr 17 : OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSES WEEK is April 15-19, 2019

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSES WEEK IS APRIL 15-19, 2019 Occupational Health Nurses Create a Culture of Health & Safety in the Workplace Chicago, Ill. — The Texas State Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Inc. (TSAOHN); Chapter of the Am..... READ MORE


Feb 22 : Save The Date

The Texas State Association of Occupational Health Nurses will hold its’ 2019 biennial state conference November 7-9, 2019 at the Sugar Land Marriott - 16090 City Walk - Sugar Land, TX. So, let’s save the date!!! TSAOHN is inviting you to save..... READ MORE


Jan 7 : 2018 TSAOHN Jean Davis Scholarship Graduate Award – Linda Walker

This year’s recipient of the 2018 TSAOHN Jean Davis Scholarship Graduate Award is a student at Capella University Her goal to obtain a Masters of Science in Nursing and teach nursing on the college or university level. She is planning on using h..... READ MORE


Jan 6 : 2018 Texas State Association Leadership Award – Julia Reyes, DPN, RN

Greetings. It is my great honor to announce to you the winner of the 2018 Texas State Association Leadership Award sponsored by Medique- Julia Reyes, DPN, RN. Julia is the Director of Occupational Health at Driscoll Health System’s (DHS) in Corpus ..... READ MORE


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Texas State AOHN

Dear TSAOHN members:

As you may be aware by now, AAOHN proposed a change in the member structure of the National Association. A proposal was presented to the members that would allow you, the members, to decide how you wanted to structure your affiliation with the association.
There are several ways you can be an occupational health nurse member. The votes were cast and the proposal passed. With this vote, a change in how the state, regional, and local membership dues would be paid.

Because of our dwindling Texas membership numbers and keeping our local chapters viable, there is also the option of becoming a state organization only and dissolving the local chapters. Many states have already adopted this option because of some of the same issues we are experiencing in our own state.

Because of the approved National vote, there will be changes with bylaws, dues, and possible board structures that will need to addressed. If our members choose to do nothing, then National will continue to collect our dues as they are doing now.

visit - www.tsaohn.org/update/important-message-chapter-restructure-survey/ - to complete the survey

Based on the survey results, Texas’ BOD may need to make some of the above changes. So, please complete the survey and return to us as soon as possible.

Thank you,
Mary Garison, RN, COHN-S, CCM, FAAOHN
TSAOHN President
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Dear TSAOHN members:

As you may be aware by now, AAOHN proposed a change in the member structure of the National Association. A proposal was presented to the members that would allow you, the members, to decide how you wanted to structure your affiliation with the association.
There are several ways you can be an occupational health nurse member. The votes were cast and the proposal passed. With this vote, a change in how the state, regional, and local membership dues would be paid.

Because of our dwindling Texas membership numbers and keeping our local chapters viable, there is also the option of becoming a state organization only and dissolving the local chapters. Many states have already adopted this option because of some of the same issues we are experiencing in our own state.

Because of the approved National vote, there will be changes with bylaws, dues, and possible board structures that will need to addressed. If our members choose to do nothing, then National will continue to collect our dues as they are doing now.

visit - www.tsaohn.org/update/important-message-chapter-restructure-survey/ - to complete the survey

Based on the survey results, Texas’ BOD may need to make some of the above changes. So, please complete the survey and return to us as soon as possible.

Thank you,
Mary Garison, RN, COHN-S, CCM, FAAOHN
TSAOHN President
... Read MoreSee Less

view more on Facebook

Dear TSAOHN members:

As you may be aware by now, AAOHN proposed a change in the member structure of the National Association. A proposal was presented to the members that would allow you, the members, to decide how you wanted to structure your affiliation with the association.
There are several ways you can be an occupational health nurse member. The votes were cast and the proposal passed. With this vote, a change in how the state, regional, and local membership dues would be paid.

Because of our dwindling Texas membership numbers and keeping our local chapters viable, there is also the option of becoming a state organization only and dissolving the local chapters. Many states have already adopted this option because of some of the same issues we are experiencing in our own state.

Because of the approved National vote, there will be changes with bylaws, dues, and possible board structures that will need to addressed. If our members choose to do nothing, then National will continue to collect our dues as they are doing now.

visit - www.tsaohn.org/update/important-message-chapter-restructure-survey/ - to complete the survey

Based on the survey results, Texas’ BOD may need to make some of the above changes. So, please complete the survey and return to us as soon as possible.

Thank you,
Mary Garison, RN, COHN-S, CCM, FAAOHN
TSAOHN President
... Read MoreSee Less

view more on Facebook