Don't miss these timely presentations by experts from medicine, federal agencies, and pharma.
PHOENIX (PRWEB) January 23, 2018
ACMT’s 2018 Satellite Session, 'Toxic Threats, Chemical Security and Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals' will be held on Thursday, April 5, at the Washington Marriott Georgetown in Washington DC. Register by January 29 and get the early bird discount.
The full-day symposium will begin with Fake Pharmaceuticals:Taking On a Multi-Billion Dollar, World-Wide Illegal Industry, a presentation examining how raw ingredients from other countries masquerade as legitimate, diverted pharmaceuticals in the US. This will be followed by additional expert speakers from Pfizer, the US Department of Homeland Security, state police, and ACMT medical toxicologists.
The second part of the symposium will focus on toxic threats and chemical security. The agenda includes discussions on chemical threats, toxic industrial chemicals, planning a large-scale chemical response, access to reliable information, and new and developing medical countermeasures and antidotes. Presentations will also include challenges of fentanyl and fentanyl analog exposures, management in cyanide poisoning, bystander reactions to chemical incidents and decontamination protocols.
These presentations will feature prominent ACMT medical toxicologists, academics, and representatives from the US Department of Homeland Security, DEA, FDA, NIH, and the US Coast Guard.
Bring your perspective as we discuss these all-important issues in Washington DC. Register by January 29 to receive the early bird discount.
ACMT’s 2018 Satellite Session, 'Toxic Threats, Chemical Security and Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals' will precede the ACMT 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting (April 6-8). Both events take place at the Washington Marriott Georgetown in Washington DC. You do not need to be a member of ACMT to attend.
For full Satellite agenda and registration information visit Satellite Session agenda and registration..
For full Annual Scientific Meeting agenda and registration information visit ASM webpage.
ACMT—Advancing the Toxicological Care of Poisoned Patients and Populations
The American College of Medical Toxicology is a professional, nonprofit association of more than 700 physicians with recognized expertise in medical toxicology. Medical toxicology focuses on the diagnosis, management, and prevention of poisoning/toxicity and other adverse health effects resulting from medications, chemicals, occupational and environmental substances and biological hazards.