Clinical, Safety, and Quality Considerations in Medical Cannabis

Clinical, Safety, and Quality Considerations in Medical Cannabis Speakers include Christine Roussel and Brandon Thornton This course is designed to provide pharmacist attendees with actionable information relative to medical cannabis with a focus on clinical management of patients and quality assessment of products to ultimately improve patient safety.  All pharmacists either involved in dispensing cannabis or direct patient management need clinically relevant patient information to ensure safe use of cannabis with other therapies and in patients with other comorbidities. Objectives: 1. Recognize the history of plant-based medicines 2. List the benefits and risks of major cannabinoids; THC and CBD3. Design complementary therapies for palliative care using cannabinoids  This 3 hour CE is available for $60 (non-members) with a reduced price available to ASCPh members ($25). This CE will be available live (3/27/19)  and on-demand (until 3/26/20) Please note: no refunds will be issued. Faculty Disclosure: Brandon Thornton is owner at Steep Hills Arkansas.  Christine Roussel has no conflicts of interest to disclose.  CEI has taken appropriate action for conflict resolution, including external peer review. CPE Credit CEI is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education To obtain 3.0 contact hours of continuing pharmacy education credit (0.3 CEUs), participants must participate in the on-demand activity and complete the exam* and evaluation. Once successfully completed, click the Submit button. The CPE Statement of Credit can then be accessed on CPE Monitor, *Users will have 2 attempts to pass exam with at least 80% 

Event Details

10:00 PM on March 27, 2019

01:00 AM on March 28, 2019


Salon Appetit
1462 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL