SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi all, I'll have a rotation this fall at the regional poison control center. I just wonder if anyone has done a rotation like this before. Can you please share what a typical day will be like? I have limited knowledge on Toxicology during pharmacy school. Our school has an elective, but I didn't take it because I heard it was very poorly taught, so what kind of references or books I now might need to review before the start of rotation? In terms of getting clinical experience for residency, how helpful is this rotation? I actually have a ER Medicine rotation right afterwards, so I think having a Poison Control/Med Tox rotation before might help, but I'm not very sure how everything works out. By the way, my preceptor is a MD certified in ER Med and Medical Tox Specialist. Not a Pharm D at all, so will he be a good one to ask for general PGY1 residency's LOR? Thanks!