America's Poison Centers partners with many organizations to enhance nationwide poison prevention and treatment efforts. If your organization is interested in partnering with America's Poison Centers, please email Communications@PoisonCenters.org.
AACT: The American Academy of Clinical Toxicology is not-for-profit multi-disciplinary organization uniting scientists and clinicians in the advancement of research, education, prevention and treatment of diseases caused by chemicals, drugs and toxins.
EAPCCT: The European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists (EAPCCT) works to advance the knowledge and understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of all forms of poisoning. The official Journal of the EAPCCT is Clinical Toxicology which is published by Taylor & Francis and appears with ten issues per year.
NFP: The Lock Your Meds campaign, created by the National Family Partnership, is a universal prevention campaign intended to save lives by preventing prescription drug misuse, which is the fastest growing substance misuse problem in America. Did you know that 44.9% of misused medications come from family and friends, not a stranger/drug dealer or the internet? Lock Your Meds encourages people to secure and take regular inventory of their medication, so it doesn't fall into the wrong hands. Many adults may be unintentional suppliers and awareness is the key to ending this preventable epidemic. Purchase a Vaultz® Lockbox to instill proper storage for your prescription medication at www.nfp.org/store.
NPPW Council: America's Poison Centers is a member of the National Poison Prevention Week Council, which provides information about the events associated with National Poison Prevention Week, the steps that you can take to help prevent accidental poisonings and tips for promoting community involvement in poison prevention.
OTC Medicine Safety: America's Poison Centers is working with Scholastic, Inc. and McNeil Consumer Healthcare to develop and promote the OTC Medicine Safety program, which teaches students in grades five and six and their families about the safe use of over-the-counter (OTC) medicines.
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