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Welcome to AOHP 2015 National Conference Agenda page. 

Start planning now to attend the 2015 AOHP National Conference in San Francisco from September 9-12, 2015. It is never too early to make plans and to ensure that your time and expenses are budgeted to attend. If you need help to justify your conference attendance with your supervisor, contact AOHP Headquarters for assistance in articulating the value at info@aohp.org

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avatar for Caryn P Thornburg, ORT, LVN, BAIS, BS, MS

Caryn P Thornburg, ORT, LVN, BAIS, BS, MS

Caryn Thornburg has been in the healthcare industry since 1976. She is a member of and has deployed with the California State Mission Support Team, is a member of the HICS IV Revision Secondary Workgroup, serves on an advisory panel for Cal/OSHA Healthcare Workplace Violence Prevention Standards and is a Terrorism Liaison Officer. Thornburg developed training materials/courses and instructs CHA’s Active Shooter, IAP and HICS courses. She was elected to serve in the Alameda County Disaster Preparedness Healthcare Coalition and participated as a member of the Statewide Medical and Health Exercise Workgroups, CDPH Surge Capacity Project, the Emergency Food Advisory Group, Water Planning for Hospitals and the Bio-hazardous Waste Act Legislative Group. Thornburg worked with the Bay Area Urban Area Security Initiative Medical and Public Health projects to sustain and improve the region’s capacity to prevent, protect against, respond to and recover from terrorist incidents and catastrophic events. A retired U.S. Army combat veteran, having served in third-world countries in field hospitals and on medical response teams in austere conditions following disasters, she is employed by the U.S. Army Regional Training Site – Medical as the QC/Safety Officer, Training Supervisor and Exercise Planner for field hospitals, aviation, transportation and logistical supporting units.