Friday, March 1, 2019: 8:30a – 1:00p
Appling County EMA Building
259 West Parker St., Baxley, GA 30513
Unfortunately this class is currently full.
*All class dates, times and locations are subject to change*
Program Description: Communities engaged in farming activities are at risk of particular toxicological hazards related to their environment and occupation. Healthcare providers and public health professionals who care for these communities may not be familiar with the assessment and management of the resulting injuries and illnesses. This half-day course will provide a practical approach and tools to assess and manage agricultural toxicology exposures in an outpatient or inpatient setting.
Target Audience: Nurses, physicians, pharmacists, prehospital providers and public health professionals
Fees: No Fees are charged for CE activities
After the completion of this training course participants will be able to:
- Discuss assessment and management of bites from local venomous snakes and spiders
- Describe the assessment and management of acute toxicity from common pesticides, fumigants and herbicides
- Discuss basic considerations surrounding the safety of our water and food from toxins
- List important occupational diseases in farmers or agricultural workers
- Ziad Kazzi, MD
Continuing Education Credits:
This course has been approved for CNE and 4.0 EMS Credits