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Pick Your Poison - Current Trends in Toxicology


Pick Your Poison - Current Trends in Toxicology

0100-0000-15-085-H04-P

This program was developed to educate healthcare providers about the current recognition and treatment of common toxic exposures. This is intended to fill a gap in education of many healthcare providers. This program consists of 12 video modules, a final assessment and evaluation. Please note: This program is accredited for pharmacists only.

 

Upon completion of this practice-based activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify, general management principles for emergency management and supportive care including decontamination, enhancement of elimination, and antidotes
  2. Identify toxicity, symptoms, and treatment of natural poisons including bites, stings, and envenomations
  3. Identify the toxicity, symptoms, and treatment of toxic alcohol exposures
  4. Identify the toxicity, symptoms, treatment, and laboratory testing for novel drugs of abuse, anticonvulsants, anticoagulants, analgesics and sedatives-including dangerous pediatric ingestions
 

Module 1: Envenomations I - Gila Monster & Scorpions

Robert French, MD

Clinical Associate Professor, Dept of Emergency Medicine, UA College of Medicine - Tucson

Clinical Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Science, Arizona Poison & Drug Information Center - Tucson

 

Module 2: General Management Principles

Maureen Roland, RN, BSN, CSPI

Clinical Educator, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center (BGSMC) Poison Center

 

Keith Boesen, PharmD, CSPI

Director, Arizona Poison & Drug Information Center

Instructor, UA College of Pharmacy

 

Module 3: Alcohol Withdrawal

Frank LoVecchio, DO, MPH, FACEP

 

BGSMC Dept. of Medical Toxicology

Professor, Research Scholar, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pharmacology UA College of Medicine - Phoenix 

Maricopa Medical Center Emergency Dept. Residency

 

Module 4: Dangerous Pediatric Ingestions

Rachel Levitan, MD

Flagstaff Regional Hospital Dept. of Emergency Medicine

 

Module 5: Toxidromes 

Josh Canning, MD

BGSMC Dept. of Medical Toxicology

Banner Desert Medical Center and Cardon Children's Hospital Dept. of Emergency Medicine

 

Module 6: Acetaminophen

Steve Curry, MD

Director, BGSMC Dept. of Medical Toxicology

Chief of Toxicology, Dept. of Medicine, Phoenix Children's Hospital

Professor of Medicine, UA College of Medicine - Phoenix

 

Module 7: Analgesics-Aspirin

Will Heise, MD

BGSMC Departmental of Medical Toxicology

 

Module 8: Toxicology Lab Testing

Dan Brooks, MD

Co-Medical Director, BGSMC Poison and Drug Information Center

Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix

 

Module 9: Anticoagulants

Aaron Skolnik, MD

Co-Medical Director, BGSMC Poison Center

Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, UA College of Medicine - Phoenix

 

Module 10: Drug Induces Seizures

Kim Graeme, MD

BGSMC Dept. of Medical Toxicology

Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Emergency Medicine UA College of Medicine - Phoenix

 

Module 11: Novel Drugs of Abuse

Ayrn O’Connor, MD

BGSMC Department of Medical Toxicology

Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Emergency Medicine UA College of Medicine - Phoenix

 

Module 12: Envenomations II- Snakes and Spiders

Michelle Ruha, MD

Fellowship Director, BGSMC Dept. of Medical Toxicology

Clinical Associate Professor, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, UA College of Medicine - Phoenix

Senior Associate Editor, Journal of Medical Toxicology

 

Program Fees:

  • AzPA Pharmacist $150
  • Non-Member Pharmacist $200
  • AzPA Resident & Students $75
  • Non-Member Residents & Students $125

Continuing Education Information:

  • This practice-based activity has been approved for 12.0 contact hours ( CEUs) of Continuing Pharmacy Education Credit by the Accreditation Council Pharmacy Education.
  • ACPE UAN: 0100-0000-15-085-H04-P
  • Initial Release Date: 10/18/2015
  • Planned Expiration Date: 10/18/2018

Refund Policy:

No refunds will be issued once the program has been signed up for due to the nature of the program. AzPA reserves the right to cancel any activity due to insufficient pre-registration or as determined by the Executive Director or Operations Director. In this case, all individuals pre-registered are notified and issued a full refund. Registration fees cannot be re-allocated due to the multiple steps involved with processing CE Credits.

Technology Requirements: 

It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure compatible technology is used. Please Click Here to review technical system requirements needed to access this webinar. 

CE Hours

12.00

CE Units

1.200

Activity Type

  • Practice Based

Target Audience(s)

  • Pharmacists

Accreditation(s)

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
The Arizona Pharmacy Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as providers of continuing education.

Requirements for CE Credit

This practice-based activity has been approved for 12.0 contact hours (1.2 CEUs) of Continuing Pharmacy Education Credit by the Accreditation Council Pharmacy Education. All continuing pharmacy education credits awarded by the Arizona Pharmacy Association will be uploaded within 60 days of the completion of the activity.  Please monitor your NABP eProfile account for accuracy.  If you have any questions or identify an inaccuracy, please contact us at education@azpharmacy.org or 480-838-3385. 
 
 

 

 

 

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Aaron Skolnik, MD

Ayrn O’Connor, MD

Dan Brooks, MD

Josh Canning, MD

Kim Graeme, MD

Michelle Ruha, MD

Steve Curry, MD

Will Heise, MD

Activity Number

0100-0000-15-085-H04-P

Release Date: Oct 18, 2015
Credit Expiration Date: Oct 18, 2018

CE Hours

12.00