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CHU de Québec, Centre antipoison du Québec



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Maude St-Onge

Dr. Maude St-Onge is the Medical Director of the Quebec Poison Control Center, works as an intensivist in the CHU de Québec and as an assistant professor for the Université Laval.

Dr. Maude St-Onge research interests concern the fields of acute care toxicology, health services, knowledge synthesis, guidelines development and knowledge translation strategies. Notably, she is chairing a working group developing a guideline for the treatment of calcium channel blocker poisoning endorsed by international critical care, emergency medicine and toxicology associations. She is also the principal investigator of a research program studying the use of activated charcoal in poisoned patients (CHARPP).