ACMT has teamed up with ALiEM (Academic Life in Emergency Medicine) to deliver ACMT's Toxicology Visual Pearls to a vast array of learners.
ALiEM aims to enhance how medical providers and trainees can gain public access to high-quality, educational content while also engaging in a dialogue about best-practices in EM and medical education. Additionally ALiEM strives to reshape medical education and academia in their evolution beyond the traditional classroom. ACMT is looking forward to submissions from its members for this exciting educational opportunity.
- Name, Academic Title, Email address, Faculty Photo, Twitter handle
- The email address will not be published but if ALiEM readers comment, you will be contacted via email
- Multiple authors permitted
- An image or two such as a photo, EKG, radiology
- No patient identifying information
- You keep the rights to the photo. Use copyright free images (ACMT has a library available for this purpose. If interested, please write to: ) or place a copyright on your photo using Creative Commons
Question: Multiple choice question with 4-5 answer choices utilizing the image
- Answer to the question with a brief one-two paragraph explanation
- Please include 1-3 references with PMID
- Brief bedside pearls for the clinician caring for this type of poisoning.
- Please include a few references with PMID