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As the home of preventive medicine, ACPM is the main resources for agencies, businesses, associations and other organizations looking for preventive medicine specialists to sit on boards, committees and other work groups. By volunteering to serve as a representative of ACPM, you are not only increasing the profile of the College, but you have the opportunity to make valuable connections to organizations with an interest in preventive medicine.




  1. Seeking Nominations for Nathan Davis Awards for Outstanding Government Service
  2. Seeking Eye Injury & Disorder Expertise


Seeking Nominations for Nathan Davis Awards for Outstanding Government Service

The American Medical Association (AMA) is accepting nominations for the Nathan Davis Awards for Outstanding Government Service. The AMA Dr. Nathan Davis Awards for Outstanding Government Service are recognized nationally as one of the most prestigious honors extended to elected officials and career government employees for outstanding endeavors that advance public health. Through these Awards, AMA strives to encourage and stimulate public recognition for the significant accomplishments attained by men and women who are giving of themselves to advance the well-being of all.

ACPM has been invited to submit nominations for this award and would be pleased to nominate (from the ACPM President) one or more ACPM members.  Please click on the link below for more information about the nominations process and consider nominating a worthy ACPM colleague.  Or, if you might be a candidate for this award, have an ACPM colleague nominate you.  

ACPM will accept only fully completed nomination forms.  

All completed nominations should be emailed to Mike Barry at  

View more information and nominate!


 Seeking Eye Injury & Disorder Expertise 

The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) has been developing its Occupational Medicine Practice Guidelines since 1997 and is in the process of continuing to update the third edition released in 2011. ACOEM uses a rigorous, peer-reviewed,and published methodology to develop its evidence-based guidelines. The purpose of the Guidelines is to improve the efficiency and accuracy with which the diagnostic process is conducted; improve the effectiveness of individual treatments and treatment plans in relieving symptoms and achieving functional improvement and return to work; improve or restore the health of workers with occupationally related illnesses or injuries; and improve the quality of occupational medical care and disability management. 

ACPM is seeking a representative to review the revised Guidelines section on Eye Injuries and Disorders.


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