Concerns over contact with fentanyl addressed
Should EMS professionals fear an exposure to fentanyl when arriving on the scene of a suspected fentanyl overdose? The Medical Director of Carolinas Poison Control Center, Dr. Michael Beuhler, helps shed some light on what a fentanyl overdose looks like and if there is cause for concern when experiencing incidental contact with fentanyl. Click here to read more.
Carolinas Poison Center celebrates 25 years with PSA
In 2017, Carolinas Poison Center is marking its 25th anniversary. As the state of North Carolina’s only poison control center, we’ve advised people through a lot of ingestions, inhalations, envenomations, exposures on the skin, or in the eyes. Hear from our staff as they describe a day in the life of a poison control center and why they love what they do.
Carolinas Poison Center seeks pharmacy fellow
The Carolinas Poison Center (CPC) Pharmacy Toxicology Fellowship is actively searching for our next fellow. As a fellow at the CPC, pharmacists will have the opportunity to participate in direct patient care at the bedside (at Carolinas Medical Center and Levine Children’s Hospital) and across the state of North Carolina (through CPC) as they prepare to enter the profession of Clinical Toxicology.
Application packets, including Letter of Intent, CV, and three References are due by January 31, 2018 to Anna Dulaney, PharmD, DABAT, FAACT: firstname.lastname@example.org.