Ohio State Healthcare Providers: Medical Use of Marijuana

TMCIGlobal

This online course is designed to educate practitioners who wish to participate in the Ohio State Department of Health Medical Marijuana Program.

This product contains a CME/CE-Certified Activity and other State-Specific Resources.

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Developed by TMCIGlobal and certified through the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program, this online curriculum is designed to educate physicians who wish to apply for a Certificate to Recommend through the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program.

Successful completion of this course meets the CME requirements for the initial Ohio Certificate to Recommend (CTR) application and the learner will earn up to 2 AMA PRA Category 1 ™ credits.

Important Note: Physicians wishing to apply for a CTR will need to download the CME Certificate from the CME/CE-Certified Activity AND the Certificate of Completion (not certified for CME/CE credit) from the State-Specific Resource Activity, and submit BOTH of these certificates as part of your application to the Ohio State Medical Board.

Purchase grants one learner one year’s access to lessons and quizzes (access expires 365 days from the date of course activation).
Click the link to view CME/CE accreditation information: CME Information

Basic Sciences: The ECS and the Pharmacology of Cannabis

The basic function of the endocannabinoid system in various tissues, organs, and body systems. The physiologic effect of cannabis on body systems and the side effects of cannabis that patients may experience. The pharmacokinetics of cannabis absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination in order to facilitate patient treatment. Qualifying Patient Conditions and Treatment

Specific conditions qualifying for medical marijuana use in Ohio State. Understand how marijuana is used in the treatment of these conditions. Cannabis Use Disorders and Precautions

The differences in the absorption and metabolism rates with different methods of cannabis administration. Cannabis dependence, addiction, tolerance, and withdrawal.
NOTE: Not certified for CME/CE credit.

Dosing Best Practices and Methods of Administration
  • List common delivery methods for medical cannabis
  • Identify considerations for each delivery method
Ethan Russo, MD: Dr. Russo is a neurologist and Director of Research and Development at ICCI.

Michelle Sexton, ND: Dr. Sexton is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of California, San Diego.

Sunil K. Aggarwal, MD, PhD, FAAPMR: Dr. Aggarwal serves as Palliative Medicine and Rehabilitation Medicine Physician in Private Practice and MultiCare Health System in Washington State, a Clinical Instructor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, and an Afilliate Assistant Professor of Geography at UW.

Additional Details

Duration: 2 hrs.

CME Credit Available

Assessment Quiz

Mobile-friendly

CME/CE-Certified Activity:

Expires: June 30, 2020

Overview

Developed by TMCIGlobal and certified through the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program, this online curriculum is designed to educate physicians who wish to apply for a Certificate to Recommend through the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program.

Successful completion of this course meets the CME requirements for the initial Ohio Certificate to Recommend (CTR) application and the learner will earn up to 2 AMA PRA Category 1 ™ credits.

Important Note: Physicians wishing to apply for a CTR will need to download the CME Certificate from the CME/CE-Certified Activity AND the Certificate of Completion (not certified for CME/CE credit) from the State-Specific Resource Activity, and submit BOTH of these certificates as part of your application to the Ohio State Medical Board.

Purchase grants one learner one year’s access to lessons and quizzes (access expires 365 days from the date of course activation).

CME/CE-Certified Activity

Click the link to view CME/CE accreditation information: CME Information

Basic Sciences: The ECS and the Pharmacology of Cannabis

The basic function of the endocannabinoid system in various tissues, organs, and body systems. The physiologic effect of cannabis on body systems and the side effects of cannabis that patients may experience. The pharmacokinetics of cannabis absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination in order to facilitate patient treatment. Qualifying Patient Conditions and Treatment

Specific conditions qualifying for medical marijuana use in Ohio State. Understand how marijuana is used in the treatment of these conditions. Cannabis Use Disorders and Precautions

The differences in the absorption and metabolism rates with different methods of cannabis administration. Cannabis dependence, addiction, tolerance, and withdrawal.

State Specific Resources

NOTE: Not certified for CME/CE credit.

Dosing Best Practices and Methods of Administration
  • List common delivery methods for medical cannabis
  • Identify considerations for each delivery method

Faculty

Ethan Russo, MD: Dr. Russo is a neurologist and Director of Research and Development at ICCI.

Michelle Sexton, ND: Dr. Sexton is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of California, San Diego.

Sunil K. Aggarwal, MD, PhD, FAAPMR: Dr. Aggarwal serves as Palliative Medicine and Rehabilitation Medicine Physician in Private Practice and MultiCare Health System in Washington State, a Clinical Instructor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, and an Afilliate Assistant Professor of Geography at UW.

Additional Details

Duration: 2 hrs.

CME Credit Available

Assessment Quiz

Mobile-friendly

CME/CE-Certified Activity:

Expires: June 30, 2020

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