Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1200-11-06-.06 - PROFESSIONAL AND PUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAMS
(1) The regional poison control center shall provide information on the management of poisoning to the health professionals throughout the region who care for poisoned patients. This criterion will be considered to be met if the center offers ongoing information (e.g., inservices, newsletters, presentations) about poison control center services and availability and updates on new and important advances in poisoning management to the appropriate health professionals throughout the region as determined by the medical director.
(2) The regional poison control center shall provide a public education program, offered to all parts of the region, aimed at educating both children and adults about poisoning dangers and other necessary concepts related to poison prevention. This criterion will be considered to be met if the center offers ongoing information, through lectures, public media (newspapers, radio, television), printed educational materials, or through other instructional modalities, describing the following:
(a) Services and availability of the poison control center.
(b) Poison prevention measures.
(c) First aid measures for poisoning management.
Authority: T.C.A. §§ 4-5-202, 68-1-103, 68-141-101, 68-141-102 and 68-141-104.
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