Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities
The AOHP Annual National Conference presents you with an opportunity as a vendor or sponsor to establish contact with nurses, physicians, managers and directors of occupational health departments in acute care hospitals, long term care and freestanding occupational clinics. Attendees have direct input into the purchasing decisions of your company’s products and services.
Registration is now open. Don't miss out on AOHP 2021 National Conference, one of the country’s largest conferences for occupational health/employee health professionals in healthcare.
Exhibit/Sponsorship Registration Form
Thanks to the support of the below sponsors:
Diamond - Thursday Evening Networking Reception Sponsor
Platinum - Annual Membership Luncheon Sponsor
Name Badge Holder Sponsor
Thursday Break Sponsor Thursday, Friday and Saturday Break Sponsor
Attendee Bag Sponsor
Agenda At-A-Glance Pocket Schedule Sponsor
Conference Schedule Folder Sponsor
Many thanks to our 2021 National Conference Exhibitors:
3M Medical Solutions
American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine (ACOEM)
American Board for Occupational Health Nurses, Inc. (ABOHN)
Benson Medical Instruments
Bio Medical Devices Inc. Int'l DBA MAXAIR Systems
Center for Health, Work & Environment
Lavin Lift Strap
Retractable Technologies, Inc.
The Celebration Institute
The Gideons International
Attendee List Scam Warning
A common occurrence that can come with large industry conferences and trade shows in recent years, is the possibility that outside companies may contact attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors, claiming to offer our attendee lists. Please be advised, AOHP does not share email addresses of our attendees with others. No company has our permission to distribute or sell any email lists of attendees for our events. How did they get your email address? Software programs can crawl websites in search of email addresses that are listed on them (identifiable by the “@” sign).
If you receive an email offering to sell you a list of conference attendees, DO NOT respond to it. By responding–even with a request to unsubscribe–you confirm that your email address is a valid one, which may increase the likelihood that you’ll be contacted again.