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Dr.Andre gives an overview of the Veterinary Cannabis Certification course curriculum.
Veterinary Cannabis Certification
Veterinary Cannabis Counselors (VCCs)
Veterinary Cannabis Guides (VCGs)
The topic of veterinary cannabis is new and evolving. Both the veterinary and cannabis industries have questions about how to safely implement this plant medicine in veterinary species and the importance of harm reduction education continues to grow.
The Veterinary Cannabis Certification course provides participants with medically-based information about the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in mammals, the safe and scientific use of cannabis in veterinary patients, and guidance on interacting with other veterinary care team members and cannabis manufacturers and industry leaders.
Founder and Director, Dr. Casara Andre discusses the certification curriculum and utilizing a functional, flipped classroom model to serve students from around the globe.
Medical | credentialed & non-credentialed veterinary technicians
Endocannabinoid system (ECS) science basics, clinical applications and potential pharmaceutical interactions for cannabis-derived molecules, support of the veterinary clinician /prescribers (veterinarians) in a clinic environment, principles for providing harm reduction education to animal caregivers
Medical professionals receive the certification of Veterinary Cannabis Counselor (VCC)
Non-medical | veterinary professionals (customer care, kennel care, groomers, trainers, etc.)
Endocannabinoid system (ECS) science basics, principles for providing harm reduction education to animal caregivers, support of the veterinary medical team and scope of practice, principles of product safety evaluations, principles for interacting with cannabis manufacturers and regulators
Non-medical professionals receive the certification of Veterinary Cannabis Guide (VCG)
Learn more and apply at www.veterinarycannabis.org/certification.html
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