Medical Toxicology Foundation Practice Grant

The Medical Toxicology Foundation Practice Grant is now administered under the MTF Innovative Research, Teaching, and Practice Grants.


Recipients

2018 MTF Practice Award

Jeffrey, Lai Jeffrey, Lai, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical Center

Study title: TeleSUDE: A Telemedicine-based Substance Use Disorder Evaluation to facilitate addiction treatment referrals after near-fatal opioid overdose 

 

2016-2017 MTF Practice Award

No Award Given.

2015 MTF Practice Award

Tim Wiegand Tim Wiegand, MD, University of Rochester Medical Center

Study Title: Does Direct Medical Toxicology: Bedside Care Improve Upon Poison Center Based Protocols for Pediatric Antidepressant Ingestions?



Abstract:

  • Wiegand TJ, Do MT, Jones C and Seplaki C.  Medical Toxicology bedside consultation provides enhanced clearance compared to Poison Center based protocols in pediatric antidepressant ingestions.  Presentation at the 2018 American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) Annual Scientific Meeting, Washington DC April, 2018.  Also published in the Journal of Medical Toxicology March 2018; 14(1): 3-67 (abstract # 166).

2014 MTF Practice Award

No Award Given.

2013 MTF Practice Award

Anthony Pizon Anthony Pizon, MD and colleagues at The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Study Title: Effects of Specialty Care on Cost and Length of Stay Following Hospitalization of the Poisoned Patient 




Abstracts:

  • Menke NB, King AM, Lynch MJ, Abesamis MG, Saul MI, Pizon AF. Effects of medical toxicology speciality care on resource utilization during hospitalization of the poisoned patient. J Medical Toxicology 2015;11:6.
  • Menke NB, King AM, Lynch MJ, Abesamis MG, Saul MI, Pizon AF. An inpatient toxicology service leads to increased hospital revenue by significantly increasing the number of transferred poisoned patients. J Medical Toxicology 2015; 11: 31
  • Menke NB, King AM, Lynch MJ, Abesamis MG, Saul MI, Pizon AF. Effects of medical toxicology specialty care on length of stay following hospitalization of the poisoned patient. J Medical Toxicology 2015; 11: 31-32.
Publication:
  • King, A. M., Danagoulian, S., Lynch, M., Menke, N., Mu, Y., Saul, M., Abesamis, M., Pizon, A. The Effect of a Medical Toxicology Inpatient Service in an Academic Tertiary Care Referral Center. J. Med. Toxicol. (2019) 15:12–21