Your role may include working with poison control hotlines.
You’ll treat poisonous insect and animal bites and stings and develop treatment plans for patients.
- Doctors’ offices
- Emergency rooms
Work as a Registered Nurse.
Gain two years’ experience in the emergency room or intensive care units and Toxicology Nursing.
Pass your Poison Information Specialist Certification exam through the American Association of Poison Control Centers.
You’re ready to work as a Toxicology Nurse.
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