In collaboration with the Society of Emergency Medicine, the Toxicology Society is running the Toxicology track.
We have lined up exciting program for this event (Track Chair – Dr Mong Rupeng)
SEMS ASM 2018
Date: Day 2 – 28 January 2018
Venue: Ng Teng Fong General Hospital
– Detection of Nerve Agents in the Field and ED & Update on Management and Use of Antidotes for Nerve Agent Poisoning
Loke Weng Keong, DSO National Laboratories, Singapore
– Abuse and Detection of Novel Psychoactive Substances in Singapore
Yao Yi Ju, Health Sciences Authority, Singapore
– Prescrition medicine abuse
Chan Wui Ling, Singapore
– Use of ECMO in the critically ill poisoned patient
Kenneth Tan, Singapore
Do join us for this event.
Toxicology Case Presentation (Part of MO teaching Program)
Date: 8th Nov Wed at Lecture Room CGH Training Centre
Tox cases seen last few months will be presented for discussion.
– Bites and Stings, Corrosive, Irritant, Management of coma, hypotension in poisoning, salicylate poisoning, drug withdrawals.
Nurses, pharmacists, doctors, residents, toxicology related specialty are all welcomed!
The next exco meeting will be on 19th Oct 2017
Venue: HSA board room (Level 2)
Toxicology Society of Singapore
This basic clinical toxicology course covers the scope of basic bedside clinical toxicology approach and management.
“Problem Oriented Approach to Differential Diagnoses and Treatment in Clinical Poisoning”
Approach to emergency toxicology, toxidrome, system based approach to poisoning delivered via lectures, practical simulation sessions
Target audience: Nurses, doctors and other medical practitioners who deal with poisoned or envenomated patients.
Organized by Dr Greg Cham and the section of Toxicology, College of Emergency Medicine, Academy of Medicine
- To approve minutes of last meeting
- Treasurer report and verification of the financial statement
- APAMT Accounts
- Tox Society AGM
- Tox Society address
- Update on collaboration with SEMS ASM 2018 (Mong RP)
Do let us know if there are other matters you would like to bring up.
Venue: 7 Jul at HSA, 5:30 pm
The meeting will be at L1-1, at level 1 near the counter at the left wing and behind the glass door.
A Promising Radiation Countermeasure for Acute Radiation Syndrome
Thursday, 23 March 2017 at 7pm @ Science Centre Singapore
Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine
Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, USA
Science Centre Singapore & DSO – National Laboratories
Attendance is free-of-charge but pre-registration is required.
Reservations are accepted on a first-come-first-served basis due to limited seating.
Please make your reservation(s) by replying directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be holding a pre-APAMT conference Hazmat Medical Life Support Course
The course aims to provide education and training for medical, nursing and paramedical staff who may be called upon to respond to Hazmat incidents. It provides a clinical approach to the triage, diagnosis and treatment for Hazmat incident casualties.
Date: 17 Nov 2016 (Thurs)
Venue: Tan Tock Seng Hospital
Cost $300 net
This course is the same course conducted at IMSE. Attendees will not need to take a test at the end of the course and will be awarded a certificate of attendance.
Course director: Dr Tan Hock Heng and Dr Jimmy Goh
I am pleased to announce the next Toxssin meeting on 15 July Friday, at HSA, at 5 pm, which happens to be the AGM too.
The agenda is as follows:
– Exco election
– APAMT updates
Please let us know if there are any new issues to raise during the meeting or you could easily text me.
Toxicology Society of Singapore