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The IPC: A few things to be thankful for!

Posted: November 27th, 2013 | Tags: , , , | No Comments »

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It is that time of year where friends and family come together to share a very special holiday: Thanksgiving.  As you are celebrating this wonderful time of the year, take a little time out to reflect on the value of the services that IPC provides you year around. Read more »


The changing nature of healthcare access and poison control services

Posted: November 12th, 2013 | Tags: , , , , , | 1 Comment »

Future access to poison information services:

The first poison center in the U.S. started in Chicago in 1953 with a lone pharmacist, Louis Gdalman, a stack of carefully crafted index cards and a rotary phone.  Over the ensuing years, the index cards became microfiche; microfiche became floppy discs; floppy discs became CDs.  The lone pharmacist became several pharmacists, and over time, developed into a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, pharmacists and nurses.  The phone however, has remained a constant. Read more »