May JOEH Lineup
The May issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (JOEH) features these and other articles:
  • Short-term Variation in Occupational Exposure to Air Contaminants
  • Loss of Heat Acclimation and Time to Re-establish Acclimation
  • Application of a Two-zone Model to Estimate Medical Laser-generated Particulate Matter Exposures
  • Respiratory Protection for Firefighters – Evaluation of CBRN Canisters for Use during Overhaul
  • Heat Index and Adjusted Temperature as Surrogates for Wet Bulb Globe Temperature to Screen for Occupational Heat Stress
  • Night Shift Work and Lung Cancer Risk among Female Textile Workers in Shanghai, China
  • “Quasi Nonparametric” Upper Tolerance Limits for Occupational Exposure Evaluations
AIHA members can access the full texts of JOEH articles through the Member Center on, as well as the full-text archives of AIHA journals from 1940 to 2003. Full-text archives of Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene from 1986 to 2003 are also available.