Farm Medicine, Rural Health & Safety
National Farm Medicine Center
Established in 1981 in response to occupational health problems seen in farm patients coming to Marshfield Clinic, the National Farm Medicine Center
has focused on evolving issues in agricultural health and safety encompassing behavioral, laboratory and clinical research. Since 1997, the National
Children’s Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety within the National Farm Medicine Center has been one of eight Centers for Agricultural Disease and Injury Research,
Education and Prevention funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Stakeholder Collaboration in Occupational Injury Research Award, presented May 19 by National Safety Council
Iris Anne Reyes, National Farm Medicine Center (left) and Amy K. Liebman, Migrant Clinicians Network (middle)
accept the award from CEO, Deborah A.P. Hersman, at the National Occupational Injury Research Symposium (NOIRS)
2015 in Kingwood, WV.
National Farm Medicine Center, Migrant Clinicians Network receive research collaboration award from National Safety Council
Farmers could benefit from skin cancer research results published in Journal of Agromedicine
International ag safety group to meet in Normal, IL, June 21-24
NFMC director travels to Ghana as part of President’s Malaria Initiative
Agritourism safety website upgraded with operator feedback
Screening detects potential skin cancers at WI State Cranberry Growers Association Trade Show
Children and grain handling don’t mix: here’s why
Tractor rollovers hit close to home: ROPS rebate program can help
Record-breaking $313,410 raised at Auction of Champions
YOU are invited to our May 20th event, RSVP today!
Winter Cultivate newsletter published
NFMC partners to build an evaluation tool for agricultural mobile applications
Seguridad en las Lecherias: Immigrant Dairy Worker Health and Safety National Farm Medicine Center offers FREE, on-the-farm, safety and health training for your workers in Spanish and in English. This five hour, interactive training is facilitated by
bilingual trainers and will help your farm comply with OSHA regulations. Contact Iris Reyes at 715-387-5923 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a training on your farm at a time convenient for you and your workers.
Childhood Agricultural Injuries fact sheet released