Thursday, June 9, 2022

Integrative Providers Association (IPA) Cannabis Workshop

*Attendees will need to register and pay for each Pre-Conference Workshop session separately. 

This course only Includes the morning IPA Pre-Conference Workshop and DOES NOT INCLUDE the afternoon P.O.T. Pre-Conference Workshop.

Morning Session Schedule: 

8AM-9AM: Check-In/Registration (CME and Certificate Attendees) 

8:45AM-9AM: Introduction to IPA Hosted by: Patients Out of Time 

9AM-10AM: Cannabis: The Plant, What Providers Need to Know

10AM-10:10AM: Break

10:10AM-11:10AM: Nourishing the ECS with Food, Nutrition & Lifestyle

11:10AM - 12:10 PM:  Cannabis and Substance Use Disorders: From a Gateway Drug to an Exit Modality

12:10PM-12:30PM: Course Test and Evaluations  

    Patients Out of Time (POT) Canabis 101 Workshop

    Afternoon Session Schedule: 

    • 2pm:  Endocannabinoid Physiology and Cannabis Pharmacology
      Dustin Sulak, DO
    • 3pm:  Legal Considerations in Cannabis Practice
      Cynthia Northcutt, RN, BSN, JD
    • 3:30pm: Break
    • 3:40pm: Introduction to Clinical Cannabis Practice
      Deborah Malka, PhD, MD
    • 4:40pm: Q & A with faculty
    • 5pm: Workshop ends

      Thursday Reception, June 9th,

      7pm - 9pm

      Included with registration 

      Friday, June 10, 2022

      The Endocannabinoid System & Beyond

      • 8:00am:  Welcome and Overview
        Mary Lynn Mathre, RN, MSN
      • 8:30am:  Evolution of the Endocannabinoid System, Greg Gerdeman, PhD
      • 9:15am:  ECS Overview & Extended Endocannabinoidome, Allyn Howlett, PhD
      • 10:00am:  Break
      • 10:15am:  Non-pharmacological influences on the ECS, Dustin Sulak DO
      • 10:45am:  Cannabinoid Receptors
        Kevin Spelman, PhD
      • 11:30am:  Plants and the ECS
        Ethan Russo, MD
      • 12:15pm:  Lunch
      • 1:45pm: Psychedelics and the Endocannabinoids System
        Martin Lee
      • 2:30pm:  Cannabis Pharmacology
        Connie Mclaughlin-Miley, Pharm D
      • 3:15pm:  Break
      • 3:30pm:  Cannabis & COVID
        Michelle Sexton, ND
      • 4:15pm:  Q & A with Friday’s speakers
      • 5:00pm:  End

        Friday, June 10, 2022

        Patients Out of Time Benefit Dinner!

        7:00pm – 10:00pm Patients Out of Time Benefit Dinner at Arvest Bank Theater at The Midland

          Saturday, June 11, 2022

          The Endocannabinoid System & Beyond

          • 8:30am: Welcome
          • 8:35am:  Healthcare Provider Knowledge, Attitudes & Practices Related to Medical Cannabis Research Study Findings
            Marion McNabb, PhD
          • 9:00am:  MO Cannabis Clinician Panel
            Lisa Roark, MD, Paul Callicoat, MD, April Hatch, RN
          • 10:00am:  Break
          • 10:15am:  Cannabis Dosing Practices
            Dustin Sulak, DO
          • 11:00am:  Who’s the Patient? Age specific Cannabis Treatment
            Deborah Malka, PhD, MD
          • 11:45am:  Cannabis/Cannabinoid Product Safety
            Jahan Marcu, PhD
          • 12:15pm:  Lunch
          • 1:45pm:  Cannabis Parent and Patient Panel
            Wendy Turner, Tamara Netzel, & Todd Scattini
          • 2:30pm:  Cannabis and Mental Health
            Bryan Krumm, NP
          • 3:15pm:  Break
          • 3:30pm:  Cannabis and Opioid Use
            Bridget Williams, MD
          • 4:00pm:  Cannabis as a Global Solution
            Uma Dhanabalum, MD
          • 4:45pm:  Q & A with Saturday’s Faculty
          • 5:30pm:  End

          The 15th National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics

          Patients Out of Time

          June 9th to June 11th, 2022.


          Unity Temple on the Plaza
          Kansas City, Missouri

          Delivered in person and virtually (hybrid) providing educational tracks for healthcare professionals eligible for CE accreditation as well as general public education.

          This three-day annual conference focuses on the foundational science associated with the endocannabinoid system. The societal changes and new research on the endocannabinoid system highlight the need for healthcare professionals, patients and families to be informed about the actions of the endocannabinoid system, provide information to patients about the risk/benefits of the use of cannabinoids and cannabis and discuss the appropriate and legal considerations for prescribing these products.

          Cannabis 101 Workshop, 2.75 Credits  |  Main Conference, 13.25 Credits

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          Medicine- AMA PRA Category 1 Nursing- ANCC Contact Hours Pharmacy- ACPE Physician Assistant - AAPA Psychology- APA Social work- ASWB MOC II- ABA MOC II- ABIM MOC II- ABP

          Jointly Provided by

          the University of Virginia School of Medicine & School of Nursing
          & the Academy of Cannabis Education

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