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Medical Toxicology is a field ideally suited for Med-Peds as poisons, occupational, and environments exposures effect people across the age spectrum.  Medical Toxicology fellowship programs are 2-years in length and must be associated with an accredited Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, or Preventive Medicine residency program.  Key areas of Fellowship training include:

  • Evaluation and management of acutely poisoned patients
  • Evaluation and management of occupational and environmental exposures
  • Administrative functions of a regional poison center
  • Education and research in medical toxicology
  • Academic skills such as presentation and medical writing
  • Injury and illness prevention

Programs Offering Fellowship
The American College of Medical Toxicology website has a full list of programs at http://www.acmt.net/Fellowship_List.html.
See the FREIDA website for accredited programs at https://freida.ama-assn.org/Freida/user/programSearchDispatch.do?method=viewSubSpec.

Additional Contacts:
Min Kang, MD