Presenter Name: James Creel, PgM
Credit Available: CE/CME Credits(s): Provides 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
Presented Date: 10/26/2021
Review Date: 10/26/2021
Expiration Date: 10/26/2023
Overview: Course curriculum consists of a pre-recorded virtual learning course online that guides providers on evidence-based and peer reviewed education curated with a bonus Clinical Practicum Workshop that provides MMP education, evaluations and non-opioid solutions for chronic pain. The course prepares participants on how to integrate cannabis medicine into their current practice by learning how to re-engage and re-develop trust, keep conversations going and discuss potential risks versus potential rewards in keeping their patients involved in their care. Course discusses patient safety and contraindications to consider in a clinical setting.
Providers attending live will have the ability to immediately apply gained knowledge with a Clinical Practicum Workshop with coordinated efforts through a live in-person Clinical Practicum Free-Clinic Day at one of the IPAC Live Conference Series. On-line coursework participants who complete this coursework will have the opportunity to partake in a Bonus Practicum at the next IPAC Conference or Free Clinic Day. It is here where providers can apply their knowledge and skills directly with the local community in which the IPAC is being held live by donating 3-Hours of their time to the Clinical Practicum. Integrating providers, after completing their newly-gained knowledge will serve into immediate practice through live practicums overseen by licensed providers at IPAC Conference Series which is a revolutionized new model of integrative teaching. Come learn and be a part of the future of socioeconomic solutions in healthcare.
This course is for all providers who wish to practice in a legal state Medical Marijuana Program (MMP) and/or federally approved program and all others who wish to develop and sharpen their educational and recommendation skills with direct access to experts in the field.
- Learners will be able to take this course which will prepare providers on how to integrate non-opioid solutions and recommendations into their current practice
- Discover, identify and clarify optimal ways to communicate with your patients, open conversation and allow for patient engagement that builds trust and awareness.
- Review and understanding of importance of following and staying up-to-date on state regulations and laws to protect your practice
- Understanding and ability to demonstrate skills learned by signing up for the clinical practicum at a live IPAC Conference.
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In developing trust with patients, providers need to focus on which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
What should providers remind a newcomer patient trying edibles, sublinguals and ingestibles for the first time or in a long time?CorrectIncorrect
True or False. It is recommended for patients to ask dispensaries for the product COA (Certificate of Analysis) to assure the cannabis they are purchasing has been lab-tested and from a verified/known source.CorrectIncorrect
If a patient has been diagnosed with a hormonally modulated cancer (i.e. prostate, ovarian) then it is vitally important to inform the patient to not consume which cannabinoid?CorrectIncorrect