About ABOHN

The American Board for Occupational Health Nurses (ABOHN) is an independent nursing specialty certification board and was founded in 1972 as an independent not-for-profit organization to set professional standards and conduct occupational health nursing specialty certification. ABOHN is the sole certifying body for occupational health nurses in the United States and awards three credentials:

  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN)
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse - Specialist (COHN-S)
  • Case Management (CM)

ABOHN has certified approximately 14,000 and currently has 4,700 active certificants. We use predetermined standards of nursing practice to validate an individual registered nurse's qualifications, knowledge and practice in specific areas of occupational health nursing.

 

Welcome to the New Website

For those already credentialed - YOU DO NOT need to "Create a New Account".  If you are in ACTIVE status with ABOHN, your account has already been created.  You will only need to reset your password information.  Our new site is email driven and we use the "preferred email" which you have provided on your last recertification or renewal.  For first time set-up, enter your PREFERRED email and "request a new password".  You will be directed to a page to add/update your password.  PLEASE NOTE: ABOHN does not store any passwords. 

Upcoming Events

Continue reading for updates on conferences and other information useful to anyone in the occupational health field. 

ABOHN does not recommend nor refer individuals to any class or activity listed.  This listing is intended as a service to our certification holders and those who wish to pursue ABOHN certification.

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