ACMT hosts regular Twitter-based chats (Tweetchats) on hot topics in Medical Toxicology recently published in the Journal of Medical Toxicology.
Next Tweetchat: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 3:00pm EST
We will be discussing the new ACMT position statement: Buprenorphine Administration in the Emergency Department
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- 1/15/19: ACMT Position Statement: Alternative or Contingency Countermeasures for Acetylcholinesterase Inhibiting Agents
- 8/28/18: Medical Toxicology Training with Louise Kao, MD
- 4/24/18: Overview of The North American Snakebite Registry with Michelle Ruha, MD
1/30/18: ACMT Position Statement 'The Role of Clinical Pharmacists in the Emergency Department' with Brenna Farmer, MD and Lewis Nelson, MD. In collaboration with ASPH and Bryan Hayes.
11/8/17: ACMT position statement 'Preventing Occupational Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analog Exposure to Emergency Responders' with Andrew Stolbach, MD. In collaboration with AACT and Rob Palmer.
7/20/17: Epidemiology of Synthetic Cannabinoids from the ToxIC Registry with Andy Monte, MD
4/20/17: Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome: Diagnosis, Pathophysiology and Treatment with Andy Monte, MD
1/12/17: Adulteration of Kratom Products with 7-hydroxymitraginine with Alicia Lydecker, MD and Kavita Babu, MD
- 3/4/16: Lead Poisoning and its Impact on Vulnerable Populations with Diane Callelo, MD and Carl Baum, MD