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American College of Medical Toxicology

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Founded in 1993, the American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) is a professional, nonprofit member association, and the primary organization that serves Medical Toxicologists.

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The American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) is a professional, nonprofit member association founded in 1993. It is the leading organization that serves Medical Toxicologists. ACMT offers a wide range of products and services to support its members and the field of Medical Toxicology.


For education, ACMT provides various courses and conferences, including the annual ACMT Virtual Seminar in Forensic Toxicology and the Total Tox Course. They also offer specialized workshops such as the Pathways to Building and Sustaining a Medical Toxicology Practice Workshop and webinars on topics like addiction toxicology and case conferences. ACMT also focuses on membership benefits and resources, offering different categories and opportunities for involvement.


Members can access the Journal of Medical Toxicology and benefit from the mentorship program. ACMT recognizes and honors its members through awards such as the Career Achievement Award and the Voluntary Service Recognition. In addition, ACMT provides resources for the public, like the Toxicologist Finder tool and FAQs about toxicology.


They also have resources for medical professionals, including important position and practice statements related to medical toxicology. Overall, ACMT is dedicated to promoting excellence in the field of Medical Toxicology through education, support, and collaboration

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Nonprofit

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11-50

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1993

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