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Outputs: Conferences

Organization, co-sponsorship, and active participation in local, national, and international conferences that have an exclusive or embedded focus on exposure assessment methods and their applications are vital and effective ways to engage with our partners to share and assess state-of-the-art information, identify research and practice gaps, and foster collaborations to fill those gaps. View a comprehensive list of upcoming conferences.

Examples of recent and upcoming conferences of significance for exposure assessment include:

NIOSH Occupational Exposure Sampling Strategies Manual Update
November 8 and 9, 2007
Washington Court Hotel, Washington, DC

NIOSH solicits input from its Stakeholders on their needs for information and guidance to be included in a revision of the “Occupational Exposure Sampling Strategies Manual (OESSM)," which is sometimes referred to as "Leidel, Busch and Lynch" or "The NIOSH Yellow Book". This meeting was an excellent opportunity for stakeholders to provide input on the update and help shape the future of occupational exposure assessment.

American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition (AIHce)
This conference was held Minneapolis, MN, May 31- June 5, 2008. Many of the meeting activities were related to exposure assessment and included NIOSH participation. AIHce 2006 featured a weekend course on nanotechnology, and expert panel sessions on nanotechnology. View the electronic proceedings of the AIHce 2008.

 

 
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