Publications & Presentations

Publications & Presentations


  1. Craner J.  Medical Surveillance. In LaDou J and Harrison R (Eds.), Current Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 5th Edition.  McGraw Hill Education, (2014).
  2. LaDou J, Craner J.  Workers’ Compensation.  In LaDou J and Harrison R (Eds.),Current Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 5th Edition.  McGraw Hill Education, (2014).
  3. Craner J.  Food:  Its Quality and role as a pathway of exposure.  In Brooks SM, et al (Eds.), Environmental Medicine. Mosby Publishers, St. Louis (1994).


  1. Craner J. Audiometric data analysis for prevention of noise‐induced hearing loss: a new approach [published online ahead of print March 15, 2022]. Am J Indus Med. 2022;1‐16. https://doi:10.1002/ajim.23343
  2. Craner J.  A critique of the ACOEM statement on mold: Undisclosed conflicts of interest in the creation of an “evidence-based” statementInternational Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health 2008;14:283-298.  Mold Science and Conflicts-Letters to the Editor and Author Response.
  3. Kipen HM, Craner J.  Sentinel pathophysiological conditions:  an adjunct to teaching occupational and environmental disease recognition and history takingEnvironmental Research 1992; 59: 93-100.
  4. Curtin L, Craner J, Wine H, et alComplete recovery after massive ethylene glycol ingestionArchives of Internal Medicine 1992; 152: 1311-1313.


  1. Cole EC, Craner J (contributors).  Health Effects from Indoor Exposure to Mold in Water-Moisture Impacted Buildings (chapter).  In Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation, S520-2008, 2nd Ed.  ANSI/IICRC, Vancouver, WA, 2008.

PRESENTATIONS (2008-Present)

  1. Do Hearing Conservation Programs Really Work?  Prove It!  Co-presented with John Kimball, CIH. University of California Berkeley, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH) continuing education course, Oakland, CA (2018).
  2. Lithium: A Novel Occupational Hazard in Electric Vehicle Battery Production and Life Cycle ManagementCo-presented with Matthew Le, MPH, CIH, CSP.  Continuing Education webinar.  University of California Berkeley, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (2018).
  3. OSHA Silica Standard for General Industry: a Roundtable Seminar for the Assay Laboratory Industry.  Co-presented with Rich Meier and Tyler Forrest, CIH, CSP, Sparks, NV (2018).
  4. Prevention of Occupational Noise-Induced Hearing Loss: Solving the Unfulfilled Promise of Audiometric Data Analysis. Continuing Education webinar.  University of California Berkeley, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (2017).
  5. Audiometric Data Analysis Tools and Methods to Prevent Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. OSHA/NIOSH Noise Safety Challenge, Washington, DC (2016).
  6. Occupational Cyanide Emergency Response: A Critical Toxicology Review of Cyanide Antidotes for Industry Best Practices. International Council on Mining & Minerals Annual Meeting, London, England [remote presentation] (2016).
  7. Noise Exposure, Hearing Loss & Risk for Arborists. Nevada Landscape Association 25th Annual Conference, Reno, NV (2016).
  8. Sodium Cyanide Exposure in the Laboratory: Industry Emergency Response Planning, Methodology and Regulatory Compliance.  Society of Mineral Analysts (SMA) 2014 Annual Conference, Elko, NV (2014)
  9. Silica: Exposure Limits, Health Effects, Medical Surveillance and Respiratory Protection.  Society of Mineral Analysts (SMA) 2013 Annual Conference, Elko, NV (2013).
  10. Lead Exposure, Prevention and Compliance in Gold Mining-Related Industries.  Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, Rutgers Medical School, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine seminar, Piscataway,  NJ (2013).
  11. Lead Poisoning Prevention in Assay Laboratories and Litharge Flux Manufacturing Industries: A Clinician’s Perspective on Achieving Effective Compliance in Highly Regulated Lead Industries.  California Department of Public Health—Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, Richmond, CA (2013).
  12. Harnessing the Value of Health Monitoring Data. Mining Health and Safety Webinar.  University of California Berkeley, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (2013).
  13. Silica.  Mining Health and Safety Webinar.  University of California Berkeley, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (2013).
  14. Achieving Effective Compliance: All the boxes are checked…but are we really protecting our employees’ health? MSHA Spring Thaw Conference (Arizona Mining Association / Arizona Rock Products Association), Scottsdale, AZ (2013).
  15. Leveraging Technology to Improve OSHA Compliance Performance:  Going Beyond Yesterday’s Tools for Today’s Jobs.  American Battery Recyclers (ABR) Fall Meeting, Las Vegas, NV (2012).
  16. Measuring Hearing Conservation Program Effectiveness in the Fire Assay LabSociety of Mineral Analysts (SMA) Annual Conference, Elko, NV (2012).  [ Awarded “Best Speaker”]
  17. Ethics in Clinical Occupational and Environmental Medicine Practice. Western Occupational Health Conference, Las Vegas, NV (2011).
  18. New Technology for Cost-Effective Management of Lead, Noise, and Respiratory Protection Compliance Programs.  Society of Mineral Analysts (SMA)  Annual Conference, Elko, NV (2010).
  19. Occupational Lead Toxicity:  Understanding, Interpreting, and Updating the OSHA Lead Standard’s Medical Surveillance and Biological Monitoring Requirements. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Safety Consultation and Training Section (SCATS) and Enforcement Section, Reno, NV (2010).
  20. Pulmonary Injury/Disease from Inhalation of Aerosolized Fluoropolymer Waterproofing Agents.  Grand Rounds, Division of Occupational Medicine, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine, San Francisco, CA (2009).
  21. Lead Exposure Monitoring and Medical Surveillance: Going Beyond the Minimum Regulatory Compliance Requirements.  Society of Mineral Analysts 2008 Annual Conference, Elko, NV (2008).
  22. Accurate Diagnosis of Occupational Chemical Exposure Injuries.  Case Management Society of America (CMSA), Northern Nevada Chapter Annual Conference, Reno, NV (2008).


  1. Craner J. Iatrogenic exposures are an important risk factor for HBV (and HCV) infection (letter).  Annals of Internal Medicine (online).  Posted April 8, 2011.
  2. Craner J.  Mold science and conflicts of interest: ACOEM response fails to address central issues (letter).  International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health 2009;15:114-115.
  3. Craner J.  Olive oil—effect on other disease risk factors (letter).  Annals of Internal Medicine (letter, online).  Published November 7, 2006.
  4. Craner J.  Clinical problem-solving:  diagnosis by drug reaction (letter).  New England Journal of Medicine 1993; 328: 1790.


  1. National Center for Energy Management and Building Technologies (NCEMBT)/University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), Stetzenbach LD (PI).  U.S. Dept. of Energy Cooperative Agreement DE-FC26-03G013072.   Project database development and management; occupant perception questionnaire/software development; statistical analysis and data interpretation (2004-2008).