In the fast-paced setting of the emergency room, advanced clinical toxicology knowledge allows doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants to quickly and more accurately triage, diagnose and treat patients.
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How can a degree in clinical toxicology help your career?
Our program goes beyond the basics, covering how the symptoms of various substance exposures affect a person based on age, medical history, and other factors. There are also advanced courses covering how substances of abuse impact the body, enabling medical professionals to provide better care in complex overdose cases.
Clinical toxicology graduates with a background in health sciences interested in working in healthcare settings can work in a variety of roles, including but not limited to:
- Emergency Room Doctor
- Critical Care Physician
- Nurse Practitioner
- Specialized Treatment/Care Facilities
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