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NACCT 2012 Evaluations
October 1, 2012 - October 6, 2012
42 Sessions, 116 Speakers
The American Academy of Clinical Toxicology and the American Association of Poison Control Centers are pleased to announce that the North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology 2012 and associated pre-meeting functions will be held at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas located in Las Vegas, NV; October 1-6, 2012.

This annual conference allows an opportunity for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and scientists from around the world to participate in the sharing of knowledge on a wide variety of clinical toxicology topics and issues. In addition, there will be multiple original research papers presented, a number of symposia, as well as other traditional and novel continuing education sessions.

General Objectives:

  • Identify the acute and/or chronic toxic effects of various drugs, chemicals and biologicals.
  • Utilize research data to determine new approaches to the prevention, assessment, and treatment of poisoning victims.
  • Compare and contrast approaches to the treatment of poisoned patients.
  • Identify the principles of assessing the severity and predicting the outcome of poisonings.
  • Define innovations in the responsibilities and functions of poison centers.
  • Identify the principles involved in the laboratory evaluation of poisonings.
  • Identify the risks and treatment of occupational and environmental hazards to humans.
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