The residency program provides a unique approach to occupational medicine training by it curriculum configuration, breadth of experiences offered, and its depth of faculty support. The University of Cincinnati program affords the resident the opportunity to integrate the clinical and the academic experiences throughout the two years of training. The specific courses offered address the basic components for preventive medicine residencies. Residents receive a Master of Public Health (MPH) upon completion of a required capstone experience. Upon completion of the Occupational Medicine Residency Training Program, residents meet all the requirements for occupational medicine board eligibility as set by the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM).