Important Messages

Continuing Education Certificates for SOFT-TIAFT 2017

Attendees must complete the online survey to receive a Certificate of Attendance.

Click here to access the Continuing Education survey.

• To complete the survey, you’ll need your meeting registration number, which can be found on your badge and your receipt.
• Please take the time to make comments where applicable. This feedback is valuable to SOFT in planning future programs, and allows speakers to improve their delivery for future presentations.
• You may go into the survey as many times as you like but do not submit more than once.
• Certificates will begin being issued on January 29. If you haven’t received your certificate within three weeks of completing the survey, contact the Continuing Education Committee at CE@soft-tox.org.

Deadline: Survey must be completed by February 12, 2018 to be issued a Certificate of Attendance. There will be no exceptions.

Click here to read the December 2017 message from SOFT President Dr. Bruce Goldberger.

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Membership and Reference forms can now be submitted digitally. Please click here to access the forms.

In response to the increase in interest of the use of oral fluid in DUID casework the SOFT/AAFS Drugs and Driving Committee created an Oral Fluid Subcommittee in 2013. The Subcommittee has compiled a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document to provide answers to some of the common questions that arise when considering oral fluid testing. You may email the Subcommittee Chair, Dr. Christine Moore, at CMoore@immunalysis.com with any questions regarding the FAQ. Click here to download the Oral Fluid Subcommittee's FAQ on Oral Fluid testing

Read about SOFT's Member Representation in the Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC).

To access the online catalog of the Journal of Analytical Toxicology, begin at the Member Login tab above and click on the JAT logo. (members only)

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What is SOFT?

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The Society of Forensic Toxicologists, Inc. is a not‐for-profit professional organization composed of practicing forensic toxicologists and those interested in the discipline for the purpose of promoting and developing forensic toxicology. Through its annual meetings, the Society provides a forum for the exchange of information and ideas among toxicology professionals in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. S.O.F.T. sponsored programs such as workshops, newsletters, and S.O.F.T. sponsored technical publications constantly improve the forensic toxicologists' skills and knowledge. The Society fosters friendship and cooperation among toxicologists and advocates a high level of professionalism through certification and accreditation programs.