Dr. Jaworski coordinates clinical activities for the Poison Control Center to ensure optimal poison information and toxicology support to the community's patients and providers. He also serves as the Poison Control’s liaison to the Pharmacy Department and Medication Safety Officer.
Education and Training
Pharmacy Residency (PGY-1) - Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI
Critical Care Specialty (PGY-2) - West Virginia University Medicine, Morgantown, WV
Doctor of Pharmacy - Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Titles and Academic Titles
Clinical Program Manager, Poison Control Center
Departments and Services
Hurth KP, Jaworski A, Thomas KB, Kirsch WB, Rudoni MA, Wohlfarth KM. “The re-emergence of ketamine for treatment in critically-ill adults.” Critical Care Medicine. 2020;48(6):899-911.
Zygowiec J, Solomon S, Jaworski A, Gotlib A, Bloome M. “25C NBOMe ingestion.” Clinical Practice and Cases in Emergency Medicine. 2017;1(4):295-7.
Carreno JJ, Jaworski A, Kenney RM, Davis SL. “Comparative incidence of nephrotoxicity by age group among adult patients receiving vancomycin.” Infectious Diseases and Therapy. 2013;2:201-8.
Posters and Presentations
Spetz SL, Jaworski A, Rudoni MA, Wohlfarth K. “Impact of hyperchloremia on renal and intensive care unit outcomes in traumatic brain injuries.” Abstract No. 731. Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress, Orlando, FL, February 2020.
Cheng Y, Jaworski A, Rudoni MA, Wohlfarth K. “Clinical safety and efficacy of prolonged intravenous administration of lacosamide.” UAN: 0048-0000-18-107-L01-P. Ohio Pharmacy Residency Conference, Ada, OH, April 2018.
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC)
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)
Patient Experience Ratings
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