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Chemical and Traumatic Crowd Control Injuries - On-Demand
2022 ACMT Board Review Course - On Demand
Prepare for your MedTox Board Exam with ACMT
Lead and Environmental Justice
These short, interactive modules are designed to accompany and enhance the Prenatal Assessment of Environmental Risk (PAER) tool developed by the PEHSU program and Communicate Health under contract to the ATSDR.
Reproductive Health: Environmental Pesticide Residues
These short, interactive modules are designed to accompany and enhance the Prenatal Assessment of Environmental Risk (PAER) tool developed by the PEHSU program and Communicate Health under contract to the ATSDR.
The Changing Climate and Children’s Health
Changing Climate and Children's Health provides an overview of climate change identifying important details that impact the health of patients. This course also provides abundant resources for patients, as well as what you can do to prepare your clinic for extreme weather events.
Prenatal Environmental Influences on Fetal Growth and Development
This webinar was originally presented on November 17, 2021. Leslie Rubin, MD, FAAP presented a National PEHSU Grand Rounds webinar on prenatal environmental influences on fetal growth and development.
National Journal Club - November 2021
This month's topic is The Flint Lead Crisis. The articles will be reviewed by Wayne State University Toxicology Fellowship, led by Dr. Andrew King.
Climate, Justice, and Children's Health
Climate change can have social, economic, public health, and other adverse health impacts on communities and can worsen inequitable social conditions. Infants and children are especially vulnerable to adverse environmental health outcomes from climate change.
Chemical Carcinogenesis
Presented by David Vearrier, MD, MPH, Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Mississippi Medical Center.
National Grand Rounds - December 2020
Changing Toxicity of PM2.5 in a Period of Declining Concentrations: Examples from New York and California
IARC Monographs
Presented by Jonathan Ford, MD, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Program Director, Medical Toxicology Fellowship, Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Medical Toxicology, University of California, Davis School of Medicine.
National Case Conference - February 2020
1. A 68-year-old woman develops unusual symptoms after working with Neem oil in her greenhouse. 2. A 35-year-old man with a history of AUD and seizures presents after a witnessed seizure at home. He has the following vital signs: BP, 147/100; P, 105; RR, 18; Temp, 98.5F; FSG, 117 mg/dL; SpO2, 100 % on RA. His serum ammonia concentration is elevated. 3. A 65-year-old man with CHF, AFib is sent from a primary care clinic for hypotension with the following vitals: BP, 80/50; P, 58; RR,16; Temp, 98F; SpO2, 97% RA. Medical toxicology is consulted for an abnormal ECG.
National Journal Club - January 2020
This month's topic is Levetiracetam and Toxicologically-Induced Seizures. The articles will be reviewed and led by the Toxikon Group.
National Grand Rounds - December 2019
Algal Toxins: Toxidromes, Molecular Mechanisms and Human Health Effects
National Case Conference - September 2019
1. A 16-year-old girl presents to the ED with fever, nausea and vomiting. She is found to have acute respiratory failure that requires VV-ECMO. 2. A 28-year-old previously healthy carpenter develops fatigue, cough, shortness of breath, and chest tightness after returning from a family camping trip. On presentation he is febrile and hypoxic A CXR shows a diffuse bilateral reticulonodular interstitial pattern. 3. A 5-day-old girl presents for admission after being recalled for an abnormal bio-surveillance laboratory test, sent at time of birth. The test noted a blood lead concentration of 65.10 mcg/dl.
Air Pollution
Presented by Robert G. Hendrickson, MD, FACMT, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health and Sciences University.
Presented by Joshua Radke, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Iowa, Hospitals and Clinics.
Toxicology of Hydraulic Fracturing
This course is part of a series of short courses offered by the American College of Medical Toxicology on contemporary issues in environmental toxicology and environmental health developed by leading authorities in medical toxicology.