MCANZ is proud to be the first TMCI affiliate offering Medical Cannabis Training packages for Specialists in New Zealand. At the time of writing, we have confirmed that the online courses are recognizable for GPs as “reflections” as part of their ongoing education requirements, and also for Nurses and Anaesthetists. We strongly recommend the Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine Curriculum for all professions for its more in depth coverage.
This all-in-one, eLearning curriculum presents clinical professionals with the fundamentals of medical cannabis all the way through clinical case study reviews. The curriculum offers 12 CME credits.
You will learn about:
- The fundamentals of the endocannabinoid system
- The use of cannabis in a clinical setting
- Medical cannabis delivery and dosage
- Mental health and the psychiatric application of medical cannabis
- Cannabinoid chemistry, authored by Dr. Raphael Mechoulam
The American Cannabis Nurses Association (ACNA) and TMCI have collaborated to develop the first comprehensive online medical cannabis curriculum for nurses. 12 lessons, certified for 8 CNE contact hours.
You will learn about:
- Nurses’ role when providing medical cannabis as a treatment option
- Communication strategies for patient education
- Delivery and dosage
- Potential substance abuse disorders related to cannabis
- Legal implications for nurses
Listen, learn and watch experts cover the latest on the science behind and clinical application of medical cannabis.
The legalization of medical cannabis is advancing across the United States. Since the science of medical cannabis is generally not part of today’s medical training, healthcare professionals must close the education gap on the science behind medical cannabis and clinical care.
To meet growing demand for sound, fair, balanced and relevant medical cannabis education, TMCI Global has created an eLearning website with courses to help educate a growing global community of healthcare professionals, caregivers and patients who want to learn about the science and clinical data behind medical cannabis. Most of the courses are approved for CME/CNE credit.