ACMT Medical Toxicology E-Learning Library
Welcome to the ACMT Medical Toxicology E-Learning Library. This library is a compendium of ACMT on-line E-learning content that ACMT has developed in recent years. Over 150 hours of toxicological resources are available in this library which can be used for teaching and training.
Given the COVID-19 Pandemic, and the need to quickly move to on-line education and training, ACMT has consolidated its E-learning resources into one core library.
We have expanded access to an array of educational offerings previously only accessible to ACMT members, including the following webinars and lectures: ACMT Grand Rounds, ACMT National Journal Club, 3rd Friday Addiction Toxicology Case Conference, and the Med Tox Video Library. ACMT Podcasts and Toxicology Visual Pearls are also accessible.
In addition, we provide access to two toxicology classrooms funded by CDC and SAMHSA and produced and managed by ACMT.
Housed in the ACMT Learning Management System (LMS), the PEHSU Classroom offers numerous e-learning modules and webinars on a large assortment of environmental toxicology topics developed by national and international subject matter experts.
Our most recent addition to this classroom is the SAMHSA funded classroom known as SUSTAIN-ED. SUSTAIN-ED (Substance Use Screening and Assessment in the Emergency Department) provides cutting edge training on substance use screening, assessment and treatment in the ED. The presenters are all ACMT members and this classroom provides a comprehensive overview of SUD issues in 2020.
See details and links to these resources below.
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ACMT Grand Rounds (Previously Member-Only Access)
ACMT's Grand Rounds offer an in-depth and interactive platform for learning and discussion about issues that impact the research and practice of medical toxicology. Experts from within and outside medical toxicology share their knowledge and experience and highlight areas for collaboration and mutual understanding.
ACMT National Journal Club (Previously Member-Only Access)
ACMT's National Journal Club (NJC) is a bimonthly member webinar hosted by a different fellowship program each session.
3rd Friday Addiction Toxicology Case Conference (Previously Member-Only Access)
These case conferences occur on the third Friday of each month at 1:15 - 2:45 EST. In addition to ACMT members, guest experts from Addiction Medicine, the Addiction Medicine Fellowship Training Program, Palliative Care and Addiction Psychiatry present topics related to Addiction/Toxicology cases in an interactive fashion.
Med Tox Online:
Med Tox Video Library (Previously Member-Only Access)
The ACMT Education and Fellowship Directors Committees have launched the Med Tox Video Library, which offers web presentations by ACMT members on esoteric topics that may not always be thoroughly covered at all fellowship programs.
ACMT members Gillian Beauchamp, MD, and Elizabeth (Elissa) Moore, DO deliver evidence-based medical toxicology core content and trending topics in easily digestible bites. Visit toxinten.com and follow on Twitter @toxinten.
Toxicology Visual Pearls
Emergency Medicine providers see cases of patient exposure and reactions to a variety of toxins. ACMT's Toxicology Visual Pearls provide sample emergency cases and expert answers from ACMT members.
(Please note that resources below do require users to create their own login.)
The Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units (PEHSU) National Classroom, jointly funded by ATSDR and EPA, provides e-learning modules and webinars developed by the Program’s network of experts and partner organizations. All PEHSU produced educational products - webinars and online courses - are approved continuing education material by the Centers for Disease Control.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) awarded a 2-year grant to ACMT to expand the integration of substance use disorder (SUD) education into the standard curriculum of relevant healthcare and health services education programs. The purpose of this grant program is to develop high quality, comprehensive curriculum on identification and treatment of SUDs. Curriculum includes 1) screening, including screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) strategies; 2) assessment; 3) treatment principles and their application, particularly with regard to alcohol, marijuana, stimulants, and opioids. The goal of the program is to expand the number of practitioners to deliver high-quality, evidence-based SUD treatment.
Course topics offered relate to ACMT proposed subject “Frontline: Training Emergency Medicine Residents and Medical Toxicology Fellows to Effectively Screen, Assess, and Treat Patients with Substance Use Disorder.”