You took what?

What is it?

TAPNA is the annual scientific meeting for the Toxicology and Poisons Network Australia. Join Australian and International toxicologists at Melbourne to run through a plethora of topics including mushroom poisoning, decontamination, forensic toxicology, ECMO in toxicology and cutting edge updates.

TAPNA is hosting a stellar faculty including Dr Kent Olson who is editor of Poisoning and Drug Overdose, co-authored more than 100 articles and mentored over 50 postgraduate toxicology fellows. Stephen Duffull from the University of Otago with over 20 years of clinical pharmacology experience, Teresa Lebel a senior mycologist at the Royal Botanic Gardens Vitoria, our very own Chris Nickson (you may have heard of him) and Jason McClure of SMACC fame teaching ECMO.

Saturday includes the opportunity to attend a satellite Wiki Tox course ‘Tox issue in acute care’ covering 6 case-based sessions exploring key topics in toxicology. In addition there are welcome drinks and a conference dinner (dinner in the culinary capital of Australia, need we say anymore?).

How much is it?

Varied from $280 for a one day early bird to $1380 for the full conference and satelite session on late registration.
See the following link for all the prices and registration: TAPNA Registration

Where is it?

Novotel Melbourne on Collins
270 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000

How do I apply?

TAPNA Conference Secretariat
PO Box 180
Morisset NSW 2264
P: 02 4973 6573 F: 02 4973 6609 E: W:

Can I have more information?

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