Grants for Innovation

 
   
 

Past Recipients

2004 Recipients of the Innovation in Occupational and Environmental Health Award

Evanston Northwestern Healthcare & Village of Glencoe
Evanston, Illinois, Glencoe, Illinois

Dr. Daniel Samo will lead a task force in developing the first national guidelines to assist physicians in providing occupational health and safety for police officers. The initiative is backed by the village of Glencoe, Illinois, the City of New London, Connecticut, and other organizations involved with health and safety issues of law enforcement personnel. The guidelines will be published and maintained by the Public Safety Medicine Section of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

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2003 Recipients of the Innovation in Occupational and Environmental Health Award

PPG Industries
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Depression in Primary Care: Work-Site Interventions and Coordination of Care

PPG designed its Depression in Primary Care: Work-Site Interventions and Coordination of Care program to help improve the diagnosis and treatment of depression and to help increase the productivity of employees with depression.


Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
The Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, Baltimore, Maryland

Utilization of An Integrated Management System to Improve Worker Health and Productivity

John Hopkins created a Web-based system integrating case management, safety oversight, and claims management; and a safety initiative designed to help reduce the incidence of work-site injuries and ultimately increase employee productivity.

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