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Visit Florida Department of Health's Office of Compassionate Use to learn more about low-THC cannabis including which patients are eligible to receive it.
Visit University of Florida College of Pharmacy to download copies of the template Treatment Plan Forms that physicians must use in their low-THC cannabis practice.
The FMA and FOMA wish to thank The Answer Page, Inc. (TAP) for serving as our educational partner in creating this low THC cannabis course for the physicians of Florida. TAP has pioneered quality innovative on-line education since 1998 and is presently read in over 120 countries. Their educational material is created and edited by Harvard-trained physicians with contributions by a select network of expert academicians and clinicians from top programs around the globe. TheAnswerPage provides quality education in such areas as Pain Medicine, Opioid Prescribing, Palliative Care, Medical Marijuana, Perioperative and Hospital Medicine, Anesthesiology, Medical Statistics and Risk Management.
FMA and FOMA are also pleased to recognize our partner American Safety Council, Inc. (ASC) - www.americansafetycouncil.com - for making the Internet publication of this course possible. ASC is a market leader in the engineering, authoring and delivery of e-Learning training solutions to address transportation and workplace safety, testing, and medical continuing education on behalf of government, institutions of higher learning, business and industry, as well as individual clients like FMA and FOMA.
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