The Poisoned Patient Conference

A collection of lectures recorded from The Poisoned Patient Conference.

Introduction to Conference

When does a seemingly harmless substance become harmful? How is it that everyday medicines can accidentally or intentionally turn toxic? The sheer prevalence of potential sources of poisonings calls for all nurses to be well informed and up to date on the modern management of ‘The Poisoned Patient’. Attend this conference to discover:

  • How do we respond to “The Poisoned Patient”?
  • What’s the NAC for managing paracetamol overdose?
  • When does a prescription medicine turn toxic?
  • How can trauma lead to self-poisoning attempts?
  • What is sudden sniffing death syndrome?
  • Keeping up with designer drugs and much much more …
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Reviews of Lectures

"would have liked a longer lecture"