Bonnie Rogers, DrPH, COHN-S, LNCC, FAAN
|Associate Professor, Director-OHN Track
Public Health Leadership ProgramDirector
NC Occupational Safety & Health Research Ctr. and
Occupational Health Nursing Program
Rm 343, 1700 Airport Rd.
Campus Box 7502USA
Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health (Baltimore, Maryland)
Environmental Health Sciences and Occupational Health Nursing
|PHNU 781||Occupational Health Nursing I: Occupational Health Assessment||Syllabus|
|PHNU 782||Occupational Health Nursing II: Occupational Health Programming||Syllabus|
- Occupational health
Dr. Rogers has primarily practiced as a public health nurse and an occupational health nurse clinician, educator and researcher. She has conducted numerous occupational health research studies and has published nearly 200 articles, two textbooks in occupational health nursing, delivered more than 450 presentations, and has designed and delivered graduate-level and continuing education courses. She has served on several committees and has held offices for local, state, national and international organizations. Dr. Rogers was elected as a Fellow of the Collegium Ramazzini, 1 of fewer than 180 worldwide.
Rogers, B., Buckheit, K., Ostendorf, J., Ergonomics and nursing in hospital environments. Workplace Health and Safety, 61, 2013.
Rogers, B., Occupational and environmental health nursing: Ethics and professionalism. Workplace Health and Safety, 60:177-81, 2012.
Rogers, B., Marshall, J., Garth, K., Mopkins, D., Remington, J., Siemering, K., et al. Focus on the aging worker. AAOHN Journal, 59: 447-459, 2011.
Shine, K., Rogers, B., Goldfrank, L. Novel H1N1 influenza and respiratory protection for health care workers. New England Journal of Medicine, www.nejm.org on September 30, 2009.
Liverman, C. , Harris, T., Rogers, B, Shine Kenneth. Respiratory protections for healthcare workers in the workplace against novel H1N1 influenza A. Institute of Medicine, Letter Report, 2009.
Rogers, B., Emmett, E. Handling antineoplastic agents and urine mutagenicity in nursing personnel. IMAGE: The Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Fall, 19: 108-113, 1987.