Join us in Chicago for ACMT's Total Tox Course for Emergency Providers
ACMT's Total Tox Course is a comprehensive review of the scope of emergency toxicology and will include cutting-edge interventions and management options for poisoned patients. Prominent experts in medical toxicology and emergency medicine will lead the course.
The 3-day course (register for 1 day, 2 days, or all 3) will focus on medical toxicology topics of interest to emergency providers, including toxicological issues of current clinical and public health importance. Attendees will be presented with state-of-the-art updates on the evaluation and initial management of poisoning and exposure to medications, drugs of abuse, chemical terrorism, and environmental toxins.
ACMT’s Total Tox Course includes all topics in the 2016 Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine Category 17, Toxicologic Disorders, as well as items from other categories with toxicologic overlap. Numeric locations with the 2016 Model for the topics are listed for the learner’s reference.
Target Audience: Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Pharmacists, Operational/Tactical Specialized Practice Medics, Residents and Students
- Develop an evidence-based approach to evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of acutely poisoned patients.
- Discuss cutting-edge management options, including new antidote therapies and advanced treatment modalities for critically ill poisoned patients.
- Understand emerging trends in drugs of abuse and new approaches to the management of patients with substance use disorders.
- Review chemical and radiological threats and approaches to CBRN victim initial management and stabilization. View Total Tox Course Agenda
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