Online Programs

ACE 1.1 details
Understanding the therapeutic uses of cannabinoids in pain and symptom management English
Compréhension des utilisations thérapeutiques des cannabinoïdes dans la gestion de la douleur et de symptôme Français
ACE 1.2 details
Medical marijuana: an evidence-based guide for medical practitioners English
Marijuana à des fins médicales : Un guide axé sur les meilleures pratiques de la médecine factuelle adressé aux professionnels de la santé Français
ACE 2 details
Cannabinoids in Clinical Practice: Case-based Learning En/Fr
ACE 3 details
Synergies - Cannabinoids and opioids in clinical therapeutics  En/Fr

 

ACE 1 Online Program - 2009

Part 1. UNDERSTANDING THE THERAPEUTIC USES Of CANNABINOIDS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

Part 2. Medical marijuana: an evidence-based guide for medical practitioners

Click here to access the 2009 ACE Online Programs

 

Registration

To register please visit the McGill CME site.

Program Description

An innovative online CME activity for all physicians interested in the medical uses of cannabinoids. This interactive, free and accredited program includes online presentations and a forum about understanding the therapeutic uses of cannabinoids in pain and symptom management, followed by; medical marijuana: an evidence-based guide for medical practitioners.

Presenter and Forum Moderator: Dr. Mark A. Ware, MBBS, MRCP, MSc
Research Director, McGill University Health Centre Pain Clinic
Executive Director, Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids

Accreditation

Participants may claim Mainpro-M2 directly with the College. Any CME activity not approved for MAINPRO-M1 or MAINPRO-C credits can be claimed by members for MAINPRO-M2 credits if they believe it was pertinent to their practice.

 

Royal College Section 2: Participants may claim Section 2 directly with the College. Other Learning Activities Learning activities that are not necessarily affiliated with an accredited provider.

 

Online program format

  • Access the archived version at your convenience with the possibility of posting questions/comments on a moderated forum
Preliminaries:
  • Complete mandatory registration online
  • Verify the required technology
    1. Computer with high speed internet connection
    2. Speakers box or head-phone
    3. To view the presentation live on the Web: QuickTime Player
    4. To view the archived presentation: QuickTime Player or Media Player
    5. To read the PDF hand-out: Adobe Reader
    6. To participate in chat-room: Flash Plug-in
Required Acitvities:
  • Attend presentations (real-time or archived)
  • Post questions/comments in the forum moderated by Dr Ware
  • Provide feedback on the presentations and forum (3 short evaluation forms)
  • Reflect on the potential impact of this activity on your clinical practice (Log)

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ACE 2 Online Program - 2010

 

Click here to access the ACE 2010 Online Program

Registration

To register please visit the VitalCME website.

Program Description

The 2010 accredited program begins with a concise review of cannabinoids and their use in Canada. It then explores some potential scenarios for their application in practice through three case-based studies.

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
  • Outline the evidence of safety and efficacy of therapeutic cannabinoids in a range of conditions
  • Identify appropriate patients for trials of cannabinoids
  • Initiate and monitor cannabinoids
  • Identify and evaluate issues in considering cannabinoids in clinical practice

Accreditation

Participants may claim Mainpro-M2 directly with the College. Any CME activity not approved for MAINPRO-M1 or MAINPRO-C credits can be claimed by members for MAINPRO-M2 credits if they believe it was pertinent to their practice.

 

Royal College Section 2: Participants may claim Section 2 directly with the College. Other Learning Activities Learning activities that are not necessarily affiliated with an accredited provider.

 

Online program format

Online and interactive - the online case-based learning program will engage the learner using a well paced, easy to read and interactive design. Question and answer activities throughout the cases compliment the learning experience.

 

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ACE 3 Online Program - 2010

 

Registration

To register please visit the VitalCME website.

Program Description

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Compare the pharmacology and review the synergism between cannabinoids and opioids
  • Initiate, titrate and monitor, including for adverse events, cannabinoids following appropriate patient screening and selection

Accreditation

Participants may claim Mainpro-M2 directly with the College. Any CME activity not approved for MAINPRO-M1 or MAINPRO-C credits can be claimed by members for MAINPRO-M2 credits if they believe it was pertinent to their practice.

 

Royal College Section 2: Participants may claim Section 2 directly with the College. Other Learning Activities Learning activities that are not necessarily affiliated with an accredited provider.

 

Online program format

Online and interactive - the online case-based learning program will engage the learner using a well paced, easy to read and interactive design. Question and answer activities throughout the introduction and case compliment the learning experience.

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List of Online Cannabinoid CME Activities

Neurologic Disorders: Chronic Spasticity (e-therapeutics.ca)
Cannabinoids in clinical practice: Case-based learning program 
Understanding the therapeutic uses of cannabinoids in pain and symptom management (ACE Part 1) 
Medical marijuana: An evidence-based guide for medical practitioners (ACE Part 2)
The Fifth National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics
Endocannabinoid System Research Network CME Activity

 

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