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EDUCATIONAL MODULES
- COMING SOON -

In the interim, we welcome you to enjoy highlights and a lecture from our 2019 Symposium.

2019 CAVCM Symposium Highlight

2019 CAVCM Symposium Highlights

Dr. Sarah Silcox

Thanks to CommuniVET and Grey Wolf Animal Health for putting together some highlights from our 2019 Symposium in Veterinary Cannabinoid Medicine.

Here is an interview with Dr. Sarah Silcox about her lecture that day.

2019 CAVCM Symposium Highlights

Dr. Conny Mosley

Thanks to CommuniVET and Grey Wolf Animal Health for putting together some highlights from our 2019 Symposium in Veterinary Cannabinoid Medicine.

Heres an interview with Dr. Conny Mosley about her lecture that day.

2019 CAVCM Symposium

Cannabis in Clinical Practice

Dr. Sarah Silcox

Understanding the legal and regulatory issues surrounding cannabis in Canadian veterinary practice is an important step to providing quality guidance to our clients.

This webinar, provided by CommuniVet is approved for 1hr of CE credits for both vets and techs (except OMVQ).  To claim their certificate of participation, vets and techs need to complete the CE questionnaire that is on CommuniVET.com. The questionnaire is on this page: https://www.communivet.com/en/webinars/cannabis-in-clinical-practice-part-1-legislative-and-regulatory-status-of-cannabis-in-canada 

To access this page, you need to be a member of CommuniVET™ but remember it’s free and only takes 2 minutes to register.

INTRODUCTION TO CANNABIS

A brief history of cannabis, basic plant physiology, and a review of the primary medicinal constituents found in this remarkable plant.

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THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM

An introduction to the endocannabinoid system including the endocannabinoids,  some of its many receptors, and enzymes.

CANNABIS USE IN ANIMALS

Reported benefits, current research, and special considerations.

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CLEARING THE SMOKE AROUND LEGISLATION

A look at how laws and regulations at Federal, Provincial, Municipal, and Professional levels affect the veterinary use of cannabis.

THC INTOXICATION

Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of THC over-consumption.

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DRUG INTERACTIONS

A review of potential and known drug interactions that veterinary staff need to be aware of.

DECIPHERING A LABEL - HELPING CLIENTS AVOID THE WRONG PRODUCT

A look at current label requirements for legal cannabis products, and what to look out for in other products.

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HARM-REDUCTION EDUCATION:  PART 1

Although veterinarians cannot recommend or prescribe cannabis products, it is incumbent upon us to provide clients that choose to use cannabis for their pets with the information necessary to do so as safely as possible.

HARM-REDUCTION EDUCATION: PART 2

Although veterinarians cannot recommend or prescribe cannabis products, it is incumbent upon us to provide clients that choose to use cannabis for their pets with the information necessary to do so as safely as possible.

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