Welcome to the Attendee Dashboard


We look forward to your online attendance at the The North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology 2020 Virtual Event. Please take some time to review the information below to help maximize your upcoming online experience.

Launching a Session
Each session opens 15 minutes prior to the start time. To access your live-streamed session(s) click the "Live Sessions" tab and select the desired session. Please note: Your attendance during these sessions is tracked through participation markers that randomly present themselves during each session. 

Accessing On-Demand Sessions
To access your live-streamed session(s) click the "On Demand Sessions" tab and select the desired session.

Accessing and Downloading Handouts
To access all available conference materials, click the "Handouts" tab. Check back frequently for updated materials.

Accessing the Abstracts
To access the abstracts, click the "2020 Abstracts" tab. 

Accessing the Directory 
To access the Exhibitors Virtual booths, click the "Directory" tab. 

Online Evaluations and CE Credit
To access the speaker evaluations and Transcript, click the "CE Evaluations" tab. More information on this is included below.

System Compatibility Checker
Before attending the online conference, first, click on the "System Checker" tab on the event page. This will ensure your system is compatible with the live broadcasting platform.



The North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology (NACCT) is the largest clinical toxicology meeting in the world. This event provides ongoing education in clinical toxicology for more than 700 of the world’s leading clinicians, scientists, poison center staff, and executives. Attendees include clinicians and research scientists from poison centers, industry, academia, and regulatory agencies.

NACCT Main Congress Objectives

  • Examine unique patient characteristics to create patient-specific treatment strategies for poisonings.
  • Identify the environmental and global public health impact of e-cigarette products.
  • Describe the unique pharmacology and toxicology of medications used in transgender medicine.
  • Discuss the novel cancer treatment agents CAR-T cell and checkpoint inhibitors.
  • Discuss the pharmacology and toxicology of cannabidiol.
  • Examine pharmacogenomics and its application to the patient care setting.
  • Review the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in poisonings, current research methods and therapies available to treat patients with mitochondrial poisonings.
  • Examine the ability of acetaminophen-aminotransferase products to predict hepatotoxicity following acetaminophen overdose.


HOW TO TAKE EVALUATIONS AND CLAIM CE CREDIT

Click on the CE Evaluations tab. Then, simply complete an evaluation for each session you want to claim CE credit for. There is also an overall evaluation you can take as well.

If you have paid for CE credit, please remember to complete your online speaker evaluations at the end of each session. Upon completion of evaluations, print out a copy of your Certificate of Attendance for your records. If you have not paid for CE credit and would like to do so, please contact NACCT.

To obtain continuing education credit, evaluations must be completed after each session. Individuals who do not complete the evaluations by the October 14, 2020 deadline will not be able to receive continuing education credit through NACCT due to accreditation submission policies.

*Your CE certificate/transcript for this conference can be accessed any time by clicking on CE Transcripts under My Account.

If you have questions about your CPE credits or did not receive credit for a session you attended, please contact Leigh DeLaTorre at ldelatorre@cforums.com or 925-361-4813.

NOTE: The virtual evaluations expire on October 14, 2020, and the enduring on-demand evaluations expire on September 14, 2021.