2024 ACMT Board Review Course

2024 ACMT Board Review Course

Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 06/14/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

  • Register
    • Non-member - Tier I - $1,750
    • Non-member - Tier II - $1,750
    • Non-member - Tier III - $1,750
    • Non-member - Tier IV - $1,750
    • Member - Tier I - $1,500
    • Member - Tier II - $1,500
    • Member - Tier III - $1,500
    • Member - Tier IV - $1,500

2024 ACMT Board Review Course

The 2024 ACMT Board Review Course is back with an innovative twist for your learning experience! This online course is designed to prepare all examinees for the biennial certification examination in Medical Toxicology administered by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM). Led by prominent experts in the field of medical toxicology, you will receive a broad overview of the scope of the specialty and a detailed perspective into current clinical and public health toxicological issues.

Register today! Access to course content begins: June 1, 2024

Learner Objectives:

1. Identify and review core topic areas in the specialty of Medical Toxicology.
2. Prepare for common test questions and terms that may be found on a Medical Toxicology certification exam.
3. Discuss initial management and standard treatment approaches of patients with toxicologic issues. 


The Flipped Classroom Advantage

Get prepared for the ABEM certification exam with our new Flipped Classroom format - the ultimate fusion of convenience, flexibility, and interactivity. In a departure from conventional learning approaches, our Flipped Classroom (a blended learning format) will give you access to a comprehensive array of 30+ meticulously curated on-demand lectures encompassing the entire spectrum of medical toxicology. This enriched content will be at your disposal June 1, 2024 - May 31, 2025, empowering you to proceed with your studies at a pace that aligns with your commitments.

Interactive Cram Sessions

In addition to the autonomous learning, prepare to be part of 7 live, interactive cram sessions throughout the summer and early fall. Focused on 4-5 core topics during each session, these power-packed sessions are your golden ticket to in-depth insights, key takeaways, and invaluable Q&A with our experts.

Unparalleled Lectures

Our top-notch speakers are ready to guide you through each lecture, ensuring you grasp every critical concept. These lectures are pre-recorded so you can access them anytime, anywhere and as many times as you want until you are confident in each subject area. Immerse yourself in a learning journey with lectures that drill down into each aspect of the Medical Toxicology Core Content including:

Alcohols & GlycolsDrugs of Abuse & Withdrawal
Pediatric Toxicity
Analytics & ForensicsEndocrine
Pesticides
Anesthetics, NMBs & Muscle RelaxantsEpidemiology & Population HealthPharmaco & Toxicokinetics
AntimicrobialsGastroenterology
Poisonous Plants
Antipsychotics
HematologyPsychotropics
Aquatic ToxicityHerbals, Vitamins & Supplements
Radiation
CarcinogenesisHydrocarbons
Reproductive & Developmental Tox
Cardiovascular ToxinsInhalational Toxins & Asphyxiants
Statistical Measures
ChemotherapeuticsMetals & Metalloids
Terrestrial Toxicity
Classic Toxicology
Miscellaneous Toxins
The Toxic House
Clinical Drug Testing & DiagnosticsMushrooms & Fungal ToxinsWarfare/Terrorism
Dermatology & PathologyNeurotoxins & Anticonvulsants
Study Resources 

In addition to an on-demand library of medical toxicology core lectures, avail yourself of this courses additional study resources. Click here for more info!


Questions?

Please write to ACMT at events@acmt.net

Registration Rates

Registration CategoriesFees

ACMT Members

$1500

Non-Members

$1750


Registration includes:

  • Access to the on-demand content: June 1, 2024 - May 31, 2025
  • Access to 7 interactive cram sessions - live Q&A with the speakers
  • Access to PDFs of the lecture slides & handouts
  • Access to Quiz Bank
  • Access to online Flashcards
  • Continuing Medical Education credits (~25.0)



ACMT Membership

ACMT Members receive a discounted rate. Interested in becoming an ACMT Member? Contact our Membership Manager at membership@acmt.net. Learn more at: www.acmt.net/membership


Continuing Education

Enduring Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit for this activity is included in the registration fee (at no additional cost).


Print Materials

Prefer to study with hardcopies? Print slide books and print flashcards are available for purchase. Click on the buttons below for more info:

Print Slide Book     Print Flashcards


Cancellation Policy

Cancellations made on or before May 16, 2024 will receive a full refund less an 8% processing fee. Cancellations made after this date will not receive a refund. Limited exceptions may be considered for emergency situations pending review.

All cancellation requests must be made in writing and emailed to: events@acmt.net. No telephone cancellations will be accepted. A refund that results from a cancellation or change to your registration will be returned to the original payer and in the original method of payment.

Pending review, limited exceptions will be made based on need and circumstance and must be submitted in writing to events@acmt.net. Because each exception must undergo a review and approval process, we ask in advance for your patience.

Click here to read ACMT's full cancellation policy.


Questions?

Write to: events@acmt.net

Study Resources

When you register for this course, we'll arm you with an arsenal of study resources. Dive into the Quiz Bank to put your knowledge to the test, flip through flashcards for rapid-fire revision, and explore visual stimuli to enhance your understanding. The ACMT Board Review Course includes:

Study Materials: slides, handouts, and supplementary materials 
Flashcards: 350+ flashcards to help you study keywords and concepts
Quiz Bank: 925 example test questions on a variety of toxicological topics to help you prepare for certification. Try out the new Mock Exam!

Disclaimer: according to ABEM policy, the planning committee and faculty for this course are not allowed to have intimate knowledge of the exam or write exam questions. The content of this course is based on the expertise of ACMT members, who are specialists in Medical Toxicology. We do not have direct knowledge of the exam content. ABEM test question writers are prohibited from participating in any board review or preparatory course. The study materials, including the Quiz Bank questions, are based on years of collective experience from the Board Review Course committee, but we do not guarantee that these questions fully represent the exam content.


Print Material Add-Ons

Prefer studying with hardcopies? For an additional fee, we have print versions of the Study Materials and Flashcards that we can ship directly to your home or office.

Purchase Print Slide Book     Purchase Print Flashcards

Continuing Education

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Continuing Education credit for this activity is pending and will be provided by AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare. 

Physicians
Pending review of content and faculty disclosures, it is estimated that AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare will designate this enduring material for around 25.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. The exact number of credits will be ascertained after collection of all enduring material from faculty in May 2024.


Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider, or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP.

Ann Arens, MD

Emergency Medicine Physician

Ochsner Medical Center

Dr. Arens is an Emergency Medicine physician who practices at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, LA. Dr. Arens completed her Emergency Medicine training at the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine, and her medical toxicology training at the University of California – San Francisco. She was amongst the first toxicologists to identify and describe counterfeit fentanyl products, and has continued to identify outbreaks of new drugs of abuse. She has a broad range of research interests including: the identification of new drugs of abuse including novel opioids contributing to the current opioid epidemic, the use of antidotes, and advanced supportive care of the poisoned patient.

Jeffrey Brent, MD, PhD, FACMT

Distinguished Clinical Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary and Critical Care) and Emergency Medicine

University of Colorado School of Medicine and Public Health

Jeffrey Brent, M.D., Ph.D., is a Distinguished Clinical Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine) and Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado Schools of Medicine and Public Health. He did his fellowship in medical toxicology at the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, where he has been both medical director and fellowship director. He is a former President of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology and a former Board member of the American College of Medical Toxicology. Dr. Brent is the senior editor of Critical Care Toxicology: the Diagnosis and Management of the Critically Poisoned Patient, currently in its second edition. Dr. Brent is Co-Principal Investigator of ACMT’s Toxicology Investigators Consortium.

Michele Burns, MD, FACMT

Associate Physician

Boston Children's Hospital

Dr. Michele Burns is triple boarded in general pediatrics, pediatric emergency medicine, and medical toxicology. She has been the Medical Director of the Massachusetts and Rhode Island Poison Center for the last 20 years and is Chief of the Boston Children's Hospital Toxicology service. Her clinical research interests include investigating the epidemiological trends of pediatric poisoning exposures by using large hospital or national databases, and clinical communications that describe novel and innovative case presentations and/or treatment modalities in the pediatric toxicology patient. In addition, she is the Harvard Medical Toxicology Fellowship Director and a former member of both the ACMT Board and ABEM Medical Toxicology Subboard. Dr. Burns is also the Pediatric Toxicology Section Editor for UptoDate. She is committed to promoting optimal health care for acutely injured and poisoned patients, advocating for state-of-the-art treatment while contributing to national consensus guidelines and prevention efforts on a more global level.

Shaun D. Carstairs, MD, FACMT

Medical Toxicologist

98point6, Inc.

Dr. Carstairs earned his undergraduate degree from the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, CA and received his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU), the nation's military medical school.  He completed a residency in emergency medicine at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego and a fellowship in medical toxicology at the University of California, San Diego.  He served more than 25 years on active duty in the U.S. Navy, which included a combat deployment to Iraq and shipboard deployment as the leader of a mobile trauma team for the Navy’s Pacific Fleet. He retired from the Navy as a Captain in 2019. He currently serves as a faculty member in the Department of Emergency Medicine & Division of Medical Toxicology at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). In addition to his role at UCSD, he holds an appointment as Professor of Military & Emergency Medicine at USU.

Leslie R. Dye, MD, FACMT, FASAM, FACCT

Interim Medical Director, OneFifteen

Clinical Professor, Wright State University/Boonshoft School of Medicine

Leslie R. Dye, MD is triple board certified in emergency medicine, medical toxicology, and addiction medicine. She has worked in the fields of medical toxicology and addiction medicine for 30 years. In addition to her clinical expertise, she has academic and business content expertise from experiences as an editor-in-chief (EIC) of a peer-reviewed medical journal (Journal of Medical Toxicology) and EIC of physician and pharmacist content production for a leading international medical digital content provider. Her deep subject matter expertise is demonstrated in her role as senior editor of the textbook, Case Studies in Medical Toxicology, author of 18 peer reviewed publications and 16 textbook chapters, 66 national and 11 international presentations, 10 various commentaries, interviews, and podcasts. Her leadership skills have been proven in both corporate and academic environments, as professor at a medical school, long-term board member and past president of the American College of Medical Toxicology, Chair of the Addiction Medicine Committee, former co-chair, and co-moderator of the AACT Acute and Intensive Care Symposium, and as the manager of as many as 30 team members at an international corporation. She received a funded grant that enabled her to start the first poison control center in mainland China and trained 6 Chinese physicians in the field of medical toxicology over 3 years in the US. Dr. Dye is experienced in and continues to provide medical care in remote polar regions with no access to advanced medical facilities.

Christina Hantsch, MD, FACEP, FAACT, FACMT

Emergency Physician and Medical Toxicologist

Dr. Hantsch is a graduate of the Honors Program in Medical Education at Northwestern University. She completed an emergency medicine residency, including a year as chief resident, at the Medical College of Wisconsin and then continued her training in a medical toxicology fellowship at Vanderbilt University. After her fellowship, she spent nearly 22 years at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and Loyola University Medical Center. There, she established an inpatient toxicology clinical service and clinical rotations for graduate medical trainees and students in multiple fields. With an interest in medication management and safety, she joined the hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, serving as member for 6 years before being appointed chair and leading the committee for another 6 years. Dr. Hantsch earned the academic rank of Professor of Emergency Medicine, was Director of the Division of Toxicology, and Director of Academic Affairs in the Department of Emergency Medicine. As a clinical faculty member, she was appointed to the Stritch Committee on Academic Rank and Tenure, serving for 7 years including 2 as a subcommittee chair leading revision of the clinician educator track guidelines. In 2018, she was the founding Program Director of the Loyola emergency medicine residency. Dr. Hantsch served for more than 8 years as Medical Director of the Illinois Poison Center. In addition, she is a regular organizer and contributor to many local, regional, and national/international continuing education programs. After leaving academics, she worked for the U.S. FDA in pharmacovigilance for a year. As of 2022, she is board certified in addiction medicine in addition to emergency medicine and medical toxicology. Dr. Hantsch was elected to the ACMT Board of Directors in 2021, is a member of the Education Committee, and chair of the Practice Committee.

Ashley Haynes, MD, FACEP

Medical Toxicologist, Addiction Medicine Specialist

Veterans Health Administration

Dr. Haynes completed training in a combined emergency medicine-internal medicine program in 2014, and a toxicology fellowship at UTSW in 2016. She has been treating substance use disorders as part of her practice since that time and is board certified in addition medicine. She currently works for the VA at the Robert J Dole Veterans Medical Center in Wichita, KS, treating patients in a residential treatment center, as well as clinic, and performing bedside consults.

Michael G. Holland, MD, FEAPCCT, FAACT, FACOEM, FACMT, FACEP

Professor of Emergency Medicine

SUNY Upstate Medical University

Dr. Holland is Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY where he is on the faculty of the Medical Toxicology Fellowship Training Program and is a Consulting Medical Toxicologist at the Upstate New York Poison Center and the Onondaga County Medical Examiner’s Office-both in Syracuse, NY. Dr. Holland is also the Director of Occupational Medicine for the Saratoga Hospital Medical Group, and is the Saratoga Hospital Employee Health Medical Director, where he oversees the health and safety of over 3100 employees and staff. He also serves as Employee Health Medical Director at Glens Falls Hospital in Glens Falls, NY, covering 2500 employees. He is also Principal Medical Toxicologist at the Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health (CTEH) in Little Rock, AR.    

Ziad Kazzi, MD, FAAEM, FACEP, FACMT, FAACT

Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

Emory University School of Medicine

Born in 1975 and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, Dr. Kazzi trained in Emergency Medicine at Emory University in Atlanta (2000-03) where he served as a chief resident before completing a subspecialty fellowship in Medical Toxicology at Emory University, Georgia Poison Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta. He is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology. Dr. Kazzi joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) between 2005 and 2008 where he served as a Medical Toxicologist for the Regional Poison Control Center in Birmingham and the Alabama Poison Center. Currently, he is an associate professor at the department of Emergency Medicine at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia as well as the director of the International Toxicology Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at Emory University (http://www.em.emory.edu/services/toxicology/international_postdoc_training.html). He is also the assistant medical director of the Georgia Poison Center (www.georgiapoisoncenter.org) and a medical toxicologist at the Radiation Studies Branch of the National Center for Environmental Health at the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/radiation/) where he participates in emergency preparedness and response activities in radiation. As an emergency physician and toxicologist, Dr. Kazzi specializes in the recognition, triage, and management of poisonings and holds a deep interest in the areas of Radiation and International Toxicology. Over the past decade, he developed strong ties to India in the areas of medical toxicology, mass gathering medical preparedness, radiation emergency medicine, blast injuries and hazmat. Through his collaboration with the CDC, AIIMS, and PGIMER Chandigarh, he has delivered and co-directed the first Advanced Hazmat Life Support trainings in Ahmedabad and Delhi. He organized a number of training conferences in Nashik, Pune, Ujjain and Delhi and has been an invited speaker at the annual INDUS EM world congress. He is an active and founding board member of the Middle East North Africa Toxicology Association (www.menatox.org) and currently serves as its President. He is also a board member and chairs the International Committee of the American College of Medical Toxicology (www.acmt.net).

William "Russ" Kerns, II, MD, FACMT, FACEP

Emeritus Professor of Emergency Medicine

Carolinas Medical Center

Dr. Kerns trained in Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology and served as Professor in both disciplines at Carolinas Medical Center for 33 years. Faculty roles included leadership of the Medical Toxicology Fellowship and clinical division, consultation for the Carolinas Poison Center, and research. Research interests included antidotes, envenomation, and resuscitation of cardiotoxic drugs. He also served the ACMT focusing on advancing research and education.

Joshua D. King, MD, FACMT

Associate Professor, Medicine and Pharmacy; Medical Director, Maryland Poison Center

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Dr. King received his medical education from Penn State College of Medicine, and completed Internal Medicine residency and chief residency at the University of Virginia. He completed Nephrology fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and after returning to the University of Virginia as a nephrologist, completed a medical toxicology fellowship there. Dr. King is a clinician-educator nephrologist and medical toxicologist with clinical interests in extracorporeal treatment of poisonings, extracorporeal removal of therapeutic drugs, ICU nephrology, and medical education. As a clinician, he sees hospitalized patients at the University of Maryland Medical Center on our nephrology consultation service as well as our medical toxicology consult service. He is involved in education primarily at the graduate medical education level, and to a lesser extent undergraduate medical education. Dr. King is also the medical director of the Maryland Poison Center, which provides poisoning information and treatment recommendations benefitting thousands of Marylanders each year. Dr. King carries out medical oversight of recommendations for poisonings, envenomations, and overdoses to the public and health care providers; provides education to a variety of students (pharmacy and medical) and physicians (residents and fellows) who rotate with the center; he is involved in a variety of other activities aimed at treatment and prevention of poisoning. Dr. King's research interests are largely focused where nephrology and toxicology meet – extracorporeal removal of toxins (via dialysis, apheresis, and other modalities).

Kurt C. Kleinschmidt, MD, FACMT, FASAM

Professor of Emergency Medicine

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Kurt C. Kleinschmidt, MD, FACMT, FASAM is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. He is a faculty member in the Division of Medical Toxicology. His areas of interest include Substance Use Disorders and snake envenomations. He graduated from the University of South Florida College of Medicine in 1986, completed his emergency medicine residency at Madigan Army Medical Center in 1990, and finished a clinical fellowship in Medical Toxicology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in 1999. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine (1991), Medical Toxicology (2002), and Addiction Medicine (2016). He became the Medical Director of the Perinatal Intervention Program in Parkland Health and Hospital system in 2016. He served as the Toxicology Program Director from 2004-2018 and as the Toxicology Division Chief from 2004-2020.

Vincent R. Lee, MD (Moderator)

Assistant Professor

Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

Dr. Lee is an emergency medicine physician at Glen Cove Hospital and medical toxicology attending for Northwell Health. He received his medical degree from SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, NY, in 2015, completed his emergency medicine residency at Morristown Medical Center in Morristown, NJ, in 2018, and his Medical Toxicology Fellowship at Northwell Health in Long Island, NY, in 2020. He is board-certified in emergency medicine and medical toxicology. 

Michael Levine, MD, FACMT (Moderator)

Co-Division Chief of Medical Toxicology

University of California, Los Angeles

Michael Levine is a Los Angeles native, who completed his emergency medicine residency at the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine program, based out of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. After residency, he completed his medical toxicology fellowship at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ. After staying as faculty for a year in Phoenix, he moved back to Los Angeles, where he joined the faculty at USC. He is currently the division chief of medical toxicology. He is actively involved in patient care, research, and serves on numerous hospital and university committees. He is an active member of American College of Emergency Physicians, the American College of Medical Toxicology, and is a member of the Toxicology Investigator's Consortium.

Nima Maljesi, DO

Director of Medical Toxicology

Staten Island University Hospital Emergency Department

Dr. Nima Majlesi completed Emergency Medicine Residency at Morristown Medical center in Morristown, NJ, in 2007, and went on to complete fellowship in medical toxicology at Northshore University hospital (now Northshore University hospital at Northwell) in Manhasset, NY, in 2009. Dr. Majlesi is board certified in Emergency medicine, medical toxicology and addiction medicine. In addition to initiating a 24/7 medical toxicology consultation service, he is the chair of the hospital pharmacy and therapeutics committee and helped initiate a program to initiate buprenorphine in the emergency department. He has been involved in creating guidelines regarding opioid prescribing for New York City, National emergency medicine organizations as well as his own institution. Education has been the main focus of his career.

Christopher W. Meaden, MD, MS, FAAEM (Moderator)

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Dr. Christopher Meaden is Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and a Medical Toxicology Consultant for the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System. He completed his residency training in emergency medicine at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in Paterson, NJ and completed his medical toxicology fellowship as the inaugural fellow at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He is board certified in emergency medicine and medical toxicology. Dr. Meaden has a Master of Science degree in molecular and cellular biology. His interests include education in medical toxicology, acute care of the poisoned patient and chemical agents of war. He is involved with the American College of Medical Toxicology Education Committee and previously served as the associate chair for the 2022 and 2023 ACMT Annual Scientific Meeting. 

Charles McKay, MD, FACMT

Associate Medical Director

CT Poison Control Center, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Dr. McKay was trained in Anatomic and Surgical Pathology, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology and was a Medical Director of Occupational Health and Medical Review Officer for a hospital system during more than 30 years of clinical practice, during which he provided toxicology consultation at 3 hospitals, directed a medical toxicology fellowship training program, and provided medical oversight of a regional poison control center. He provides medical legal consultation across the country on toxicology-related issues, and has testified in nearly 100 cases, many related to questions of alcohol- and -drug-induced impairment.

Joshua Nogar, MD

Director of Medical Toxicology, Medical Toxicology Fellowship Director

Hofstra/Northwell Health

Dr. Josh Nogar grew up in the High Desert of New Mexico, but has been a New Yorker for 16 years. Dr. Nogar received his medical degree from the New York University School of Medicine in 2005, completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of New Mexico in 2009, and a fellowship in Medical Toxicology at the University of California San Diego in 2011. He has been faculty in the department of Emergency Medicine & Medical Toxicology at North Shore University Hospital since 2011, in Long Island, NY. He has been the Medical Toxicology Fellowship Director at Northwell Health since 2016, and his areas of specific interest include fellow education, metabolic uncouplers, overdose trends, and addiction medicine. He is dedicated to helping trainees achieve their individual career goals, as well as adapting his training program to the changing scope of practice for Medical Toxicologists, as well as the needs to individual learners. Outside of work, Dr. Nogar enjoys spending time with his wife & children. He is an avid fly-fisherman.

J.J. Rasimas, PhD, MD, FAACT, FACLP, FACMT, FACPsych

Professor of Psychiatry & Emergency Medicine

Dalhousie University, University of Minnesota, & Penn State College of Medicine

Dr. Rasimas has a Jesuit university background in biochemistry, mathematics, and philosophy. He completed the Medical Scientist Training Program, earning a PhD in chemical biology (2002) and MD (2003) from Penn State University. After Psychiatry residency at the Mayo Clinic, he was a clinical fellow at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC where he did translational research and trained in medical ethics. He also undertook formal education in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, completed the critical care based medical toxicology fellowship at Penn State, and became certified in Psychosomatic Medicine, Addiction Medicine, and Medical Toxicology. Further work at NIH has included the Undiagnosed Diseases Program and roles in research ethics and oversight. Dr. Rasimas was the Director of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry and Co-Chair of the Biomedical Ethics Committee at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota before moving to Prince Edward Island, Canada in 2022. Based at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown, he served as the lead Psychiatrist for C-L and Addictions for the province. He has recently transitioned to Nova Scotia Health in an effort to build treatment programs for patients with complex psychosomatic illnesses and substance use. For PEI, Dr. Rasimas remains the Medical Director of the Atlantic Mentorship Network for Chronic Pain, Addictions, and Mental Illness. Dr. Rasimas is a university professor with continued involvement in medical education in both the US and Canada pursuing an academic medical career at the interface of psychosomatic medicine, medical toxicology, and psychodynamic psychotherapy with a primary clinical interest in the phenomenology of suicide.

Daniel J. Sessions, MD, FACMT, FASAM, FAAEM

Chief, Division of Medical Toxicology

Ochsner Medical Center

Dr. Sessions practices medical toxicology, emergency medicine and addiction medicine at Ochsner Health in the New Orleans area. Dr. Sessions has expertise in poisoning and drug overdose, envenomation, toxic occupational exposure, medication assisted therapy for opioid and alcohol use disorder and forensic toxicology. Dr. Sessions earned his degree in medicine from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans in 2008. He is board-certified in emergency medicine and medical toxicology by the American Board of Emergency Medicine in 2012 and 2014. He completed a medical toxicology fellowship at the Rocky Mountain Poison & Drug Center at Denver health in Denver in 2013. He is board-certified in addiction medicine by the American Board of Preventative Medicine in 2022. Dr. Sessions actively participates in the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, the American College of Medical Toxicology, the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology and the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

Sarah Shafer, MD

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology

University of Iowa Department of Emergency Medicine

Sarah Shafer, MD, is an assistant professor of emergency medicine and medical toxicology at University of Iowa Department of Emergency Medicine in Iowa City. You may know her through her twitter handle @toxiferoustales.

Jerry W. Snow, MD

Associate Professor of Emergency & Internal Medicine

Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix

Dr. Jerry Snow serves as the Program Director for the Medical Toxicology Fellowship and holds the position of Associate Professor in both Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix. Actively engaged, he contributes to key committees such as the Banner Critical Care Committee, Banner Behavioral Health Clinical Consensus Group, Department of Medical Toxicology Clinical Competency Committee, and the Addiction Medicine Section. Nationally, Dr. Snow is involved with the ACMT Education Committee, actively participating in the Board Review Course.

Alaina R. Steck, MD, FACMT, FASAM (Moderator)

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Emory University

Dr. Alaina Steck is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine in the Emory School of Medicine and the Medical Director of Grady Memorial Hospital's oupatient OUD treatment clinic. She is board-certified in Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology, and Addiction Medicine, and actively practices all three specialties at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. She is on the advisory boards of the Christopher White Crusade and YourPath Health. Her research and clinical efforts focus on transitions of care from the Emergency Department, integration of Addiction Medicine care with other specialty services (e.g., Orthopedics, Trauma Surgery, and Infectious Diseases), and the impact of OUD treatment on health care utilization.

Samuel J. Stelpflug, MD, FACMT

Director, Twin Cities Medical Toxicology Fellowship

University of Minnesota Medical School

Dr. Stellpflug is a Medical Toxicologist and Emergency Physician within the HealthPartners hospital system in MN and WI. He provides consultation for the Minnesota Poison Control System, and his academic appointment is through the University of Minnesota Medical School. Following medical school at the University of Wisconsin he completed a residency in emergency medicine at Regions Hospital and then the medical toxicology fellowship in the Twin Cities, a joint effort between the Regions Hospital / HealthPartners and the Minnesota Poison Control System.

Joshua Trebach, MD (Moderator)

Emergency Medicine Physician & Medical Toxicologist

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

Josh Trebach is an emergency medicine physician and medical toxicologist at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics. He completed his undergraduate training at Virginia Tech, medical school training and residency at Johns Hopkins, and toxicology fellowship at New York University/New York City Poison Control Center. Josh is currently the Director of Resident Medical Toxicology Education at the University of Iowa and is passionate about all things toxicology, medical education, social media, LGBTQ health, and animal rescue.

Stephanie Weiss, MD, PhD

Staff Clinician, Translational Addiction Medicine Branch

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Dr. Stephanie Weiss is the Staff Research Physician serving the Translational Addiction Medicine Branch of the National Institute on Drug Abuse’s Intramural Research Program. After earning a Ph.D. in pharmaceutical chemistry, Dr. Weiss received her medical degree in 2011.  She is board certified in emergency medicine, addiction medicine, and medical toxicology and was selected to participate in the Boston University Research in Addiction Medicine Scholars Program prior to joining NIDA.  Dr. Weiss is responsible for providing optimal, safe, and ethical care to study participants and clinical support toward the TAMB mission conducting inpatient and outpatient proof-of-concept human laboratory studies. Her research interests include novel psychoactive substances, medication misuse, and improving interpretation of urine drug testing.

Interactive Cram Sessions


Interactive Cram Session #1

Friday, June 14, 2024, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

  • Pharmacokinetics & Toxicokinetics
  • Neurotoxins & Anticonvulsants
  • Pediatric Toxicity
  • Anesthetics, NMBs & Muscle Relaxants
  • Analytics & Forensics

Interactive Cram Session #2

Friday, June 28, 2024, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

  • The Toxic House
  • Poisonous Plants
  • Warfare/Terrorism
  • Chemotherapeutics
  • Pesticides

Interactive Cram Session #3

Friday, July 12, 2024, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

  • Hydrocarbons
  • Alcohols & Glycols
  • Aquatic Toxicity
  • Radiation
  • Cardiovascular Toxins

Interactive Cram Session #4

Friday, July 26, 2024, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

  • Classic Toxicology
  • Antipsychotics
  • Psychotropics
  • Endocrine
  • Metals & Metalloids

Interactive Cram Session #5

Friday, August 9, 2024, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

  • Inhalational Toxins & Asphyxiants
  • Carcinogenesis
  • Reproductive & Developmental Tox
  • Epidemiology & Population Health
  • Statistical Measures

Interactive Cram Session #6

Friday, August 23, 2024, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

  • Herbals, Vitamins & Supplements
  • Terrestrial Toxicity
  • Hematology
  • Antimicrobials
  • Drugs of Abuse & Withdrawal

Interactive Cram Session #7

Friday, September 6, 2024, 12:00-1:00 PM ET

  • Gastroenterology
  • Mushrooms & Fungal Toxins
  • Clinical Drug Testing & Diagnostics
  • Dermatology & Pathology
  • Miscellaneous Toxins

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Interactive Cram Sessions
2024 BRC - Interactive Cram Session #1
06/14/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes
06/14/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes Lectures to be discussed: 1) Pharmacokinetics & Toxicokinetics, 2) Neurotoxins & Anticonvulsants, 3) Pediatric Toxicity, 4) Anesthetics, NMBs & Muscle Relaxants, and 5) Analytics & Forensics
2024 BRC - Interactive Cram Session #2
06/28/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes
06/28/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes Lectures to be discussed: The Toxic House, Poisonous Plants, Warfare/Terrorism, Chemotherapeutics, and Pesticides.
2024 BRC - Interactive Cram Session #3
07/12/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes
07/12/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes Lectures to be discussed: Hydrocarbons, Alcohols & Glycols, Aquatic Toxicity, Radiation, and Cardiovascular Toxins.
2024 BRC - Interactive Cram Session #4
07/26/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes
07/26/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes Lectures to be discussed: Classic Toxicology, Antipsychotics, Psychotropics, Endocrine, and Metals & Metalloids.
2024 BRC - Interactive Cram Session #5
08/09/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes
08/09/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes Lectures to be discussed: Inhalational Toxins & Asphyxiants, Carcinogenesis, Reproductive & Developmental Tox, Epidemiology & Population Health, and Statistical Measures.
2024 BRC - Interactive Cram Session #6
08/23/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes
08/23/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes Lectures to be discussed: Herbals, Vitamins & Supplements, Terrestrial Toxicity, Hematology, Antimicrobials, and Drugs of Abuse & Withdrawal.
2024 BRC - Interactive Cram Session #7
09/06/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes
09/06/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes Lectures to be discussed: Gastroenterology, Mushrooms & Fungal Toxins, Clinical Drug Testing & Diagnostics, Dermatology & Pathology, and Miscellaneous Toxins.
On-Demand Lectures
Alcohols & Glycols
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Analytics & Forensics
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Select the "View Lecture" button to begin.  |  75 minutes
Anesthetics, NMBs & Muscle Relaxants
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Antimicrobials
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Antipsychotics
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Aquatic Toxicity
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Carcinogenesis
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Cardiovascular Toxins
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Chemotherapeutics
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Classic Toxicology
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Clinical Drug Testing & Diagnostics
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Dermatology & Pathology
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Drugs of Abuse & Withdrawal - PART 1
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Drugs of Abuse & Withdrawal - PART 2
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Endocrine
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Epidemiology & Population Health
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Gastroenterology
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Hematology
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Herbals, Vitamins & Supplements
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Hydrocarbons
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Select the "View Lecture" button to begin.  |  27 minutes
Inhalational Toxins & Asphyxiants
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Select the "View Lecture" button to begin.  |  60 minutes
Metals & Metalloids
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Misc. Toxins
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Select the "View Lecture" button to begin.  |  45 minutes
Mushrooms & Fungal Toxins
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Select the "View On-Demand Recording" button to begin.  |  60 minutes
Neurotoxins & Anticonvulsants
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Pediatric Toxicity
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Select the "View Lecture" button to begin.  |  29 minutes
Pesticides
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Select the "View Lecture" button to begin.  |  40 minutes
Pharmacokinetics & Toxicokinetics
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Poisonous Plants
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Psychotropics
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Radiation
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Reproductive & Developmental Tox
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Statistical Measures
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Select the "View Lecture" button to begin.  |  63 minutes The presenter recommends you first complete "Epidemiology & Population Health" before beginning this lecture.
Terrestrial Toxicity
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The Toxic House
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Warfare/Terrorism
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Quiz Bank
Alcohols & Glycols
12 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/12 points to pass
12 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/12 points to pass
Analytics & Forensics
48 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/48 points to pass
48 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/48 points to pass
Anesthetics
27 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/27 points to pass
27 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/27 points to pass
Antimicrobials
27 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/27 points to pass
27 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/27 points to pass
Aquatic Toxicity
45 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/45 points to pass
45 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/45 points to pass
Carcinogens
21 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/21 points to pass
21 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/21 points to pass
Cardiovascular Toxins
37 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/37 points to pass
37 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/37 points to pass
Chemotherapeutics
19 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/19 points to pass
19 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/19 points to pass
Classic Toxicology
13 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/13 points to pass
13 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/13 points to pass
Dermatology
11 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/11 points to pass
11 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/11 points to pass
Drugs of Abuse & Withdrawal
30 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/30 points to pass
30 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/30 points to pass
Endocrine
25 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/25 points to pass
25 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/25 points to pass
Gastroenterology
33 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/33 points to pass
33 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/33 points to pass
Hematology
20 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/20 points to pass
20 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/20 points to pass
Herbals, Vitamins & Supplements
26 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/26 points to pass
26 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/26 points to pass
Household Items
27 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/27 points to pass
27 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/27 points to pass
Hydrocarbons
17 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/17 points to pass
17 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/17 points to pass
Inhalational Toxins
29 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/29 points to pass
29 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/29 points to pass
Laboratory
22 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/22 points to pass
22 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/22 points to pass
Metals
52 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/52 points to pass
52 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/52 points to pass
Molecular Mechanisms
33 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/33 points to pass
33 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/33 points to pass
Mushrooms
22 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/22 points to pass
22 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/22 points to pass
Neurotoxins & Anticonvulsants
15 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/15 points to pass
15 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/15 points to pass
Occupational & Misc. Toxins
57 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/57 points to pass
57 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/57 points to pass
Pesticides
47 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/47 points to pass
47 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/47 points to pass
Pharmaco. & Toxicokinetics
22 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/22 points to pass
22 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/22 points to pass
Plants
38 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/38 points to pass
38 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/38 points to pass
Population Health
27 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/27 points to pass
27 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/27 points to pass
Psychotropics
20 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/20 points to pass
20 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/20 points to pass
Radiation
6 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/6 points to pass
6 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/6 points to pass
Reproductive Toxicology
36 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/36 points to pass
36 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/36 points to pass
Statistics
8 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/8 points to pass
8 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/8 points to pass
Terrestrial Toxicity
22 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/22 points to pass
22 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/22 points to pass
Warfare/Terrorism
31 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/31 points to pass
31 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  0/31 points to pass
Practice Test
100 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  72/100 points to pass
100 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  72/100 points to pass Required for CE! Complete this 100-question practice test from ACMT's Quiz Bank to obtain your CME certificate. You need a 72% score to pass, and you can retake it multiple times with different questions each time. Note: ACMT's Quiz Bank is based on expert experience but may not fully reflect the actual exam content.
Mock Exam
300 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  380 minute limit  |  216/300 points to pass
300 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  380 minute limit  |  216/300 points to pass Optional 300-question mock exam from ACMT's Quiz Bank. This mock exam is timed and requires a 72% score to pass. You can retake it multiple times with different questions each time. Note: ACMT's Quiz Bank is based on expert experience but may not fully reflect the actual certification exam content.
Continuing Education
CE Survey
23 Questions
23 Questions To access this survey, learners must watch all of the on-demand lectures and receive a passing grade on the Practice Test in the Quiz Bank.