Certified Medical Marijuana Courses (Ohio)

Below are courses certified by the Ohio State Medical Association that have submitted an application, reviewed and meet the education requirements set for by the State Medical Board of Ohio. 


Note: The OSMA does not have a relationship with or endorse any specific course or education provider.

To Certify Your Medical Marijuana Course in Ohio:

If you have a medical marijuana course for physicians that is certified for AMA PRA Category 1™ credit and you want to offer it in Ohio to help Ohio physicians meet their CME requirements when applying for a Certificate to Recommend, please contact the OSMA:

Mary Whitacre • (614) 527-6769


For More Helpful Resources:

Visit OSMA.org/Marijuana



Medical Marijuana in Ohio:
Use in Pain Management, the Endocannabinoid System and Methods of Administration

Presented by Silphium Charitable Foundation/Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

Saturday, July 14, 2018
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
$40 registration fee

>> Register Here


LIVE BROADCAST - SATELLITE CAMPUSES: For the convenience of doctors who are not able to attend the live event in Athens, the event will be live broadcasted to Ohio University’s satellite campuses in Dublin and Warrensville Heights.

In joint sponsorship with the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Silphium Charitable Foundation will be holding a two-hour certified continuing medical education course for doctors who have an interest in recommending medical marijuana to qualifying Ohio patients.  This course will be led by medical marijuana researchers, Dr. Debra Kimless, M.D. and Mark Welty, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LSW. Completion of this course meets the CME requirements for your Ohio Certificate to Recommend. The content of this course is designed to assist physicians in both of the following as stated in the Ohio Revised Code Section 4731.301 Certificate to Recommend Medical Use of Marijuana and includes diagnosing qualifying medical conditions and treating qualifying medical conditions with medical marijuana, including the characteristics of medical marijuana and possible drug interactions as defined in the Ohio Revised Code Section 3796.01.


Questions?

Contact 330-487-0273 or info@silphiumcharitablefoundation.org

 



Cannabis Expertise a division of Extra Step Assurance, LLC

>> View their 2-hour Ohio-Specific Course
>> View their 4-hour Course, Approved for Ohio Credit


Cannabis Expertise is nationally accredited to provide live events with information, education, and answers to healthcare providers.  Our information enables them to safely navigate this treatment option. We have partnered with some of the nation’s top legal and medical cannabis experts to put a curriculum together that will allow healthcare professionals to better understand the science of cannabis and how to talk with patients about this newly approved medical treatment. This course provides Physicians (AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™), Pharmacists (ACPE Contact Hours), Registered Nurses (ANCC Contact Hours) and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN Contact Hours) medical and scientific information on cannabis. This knowledge allows the healthcare professionals to have the facts when talking with patients and caregivers about the pros and cons of cannabis. Successful completion of the in-person or live webinar option for the two-hour or four-hour courses meet the CME requirements* for the initial Ohio Certificate to Recommend (CTR) application and the learner will earn 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
(4-Hour Approved Course: Earn up to 4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™)

Course Topics:

 

  1. History of medical cannabis
  2. Describe the basic physiology of the endocannabinoid system
  3. Describe the pharmacology, toxicology, and side effects of medical cannabis and its constituents
  4. Recommending cannabis as a medicine: dosing and delivery
  5. Assess the risks and benefits of cannabinoid therapy with individual patients, based on available research, and identify good candidates for treatment
  6. Clinical indications: chronic pain, opioid/addiction, and PTSD
  7. Create specific cannabis or cannabinoid treatment plans for patients
  8. Legal: federal and state (on the 4-hour course only)
  9. No Question Goes Unanswered
*The content of this course is designed to assist physicians in both of the following as stated in the Ohio Revised Code Section 4731.301 Certificate to Recommend Medical Use of Marijuana and includes diagnosing qualifying medical conditions and treating qualifying medical conditions with medical marijuana, including the characteristics of medical marijuana and possible drug interactions as defined in the Ohio Revised Code Section 3796.01.

Questions?

Contact  us at 833-FACTS-MJ  (833)-322-8765
info@CannabisExpertise.com
Mail us at Att: Cheryl McDaniel 1104 N. Main St. Bellefontaine OH, 43311
 

The Medical Cannabis Institute

>> View their Ohio-Specific Course Details 

Developed by TMCI Global and the Society of Cannabis Clinicians (SCC), the online CME-certified curriculum in Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine is designed to educate the practicing clinician on both the research and clinical practice aspects of the therapeutic use of cannabis. Purchasing this course grants each learner access to all 13 lessons and quizzes for up to one year (even upon completion). Access will expire 365 days from the date of your course activation. Successful completion of the seven lessons listed below is required to meet the Ohio CME requirements* for the initial Ohio Certificate to Recommend (CTR) application. Completion of these 7 lessons alone earns 2.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

 

  1. Delivery and dosage of medicinal cannabis
  2. Clinical practice i: cannabis use for pain
  3. Clinical practice ii: insomnia, glaucoma, and immune disorders
  4. Clinical practice iii: movement disorders and neurodegenerative diseases
  5. Clinical practice iv: mental health conditions and potential psychiatric applications
  6. Clinical practice v: cancer and palliative care
  7. Clinical practice vi: cannabis use disorders and precautions
The content of this course is designed to assist physicians in both of the following as stated in the Ohio Revised Code Section 4731.301 Certificate to Recommend Medical Use of Marijuana and includes diagnosing qualifying medical conditions and treating qualifying medical conditions with medical marijuana, including the characteristics of medical marijuana and possible drug interactions as defined in the Ohio Revised Code Section 3796.01.

Questions?

Contact our TMCI Global Team
(844) 490-2569
info@tmciglobal.org