Cannabis Science and Medicine and Plant Biology Programs at UVM Info Session #cannabis #education

Facts

Cannabis is now used as an alternative to medications for chronic pain and other conditions, With rise in interest, there is an even greater demand for clinicians, dispensary managers, and other industry professionals to understand the indications, counter-indications, benefits, and risks of cannabis.


Yet a recent quantitative research study, commissioned by cannabis healthcare brand Cannaceutica, of more than 400 health care professionals has revealed that most physicians lack knowledge of medicinal cannabis, with 65% saying that they have been asked about medical marijuana as a treatment for chronic pain but were unable to answer their patients’ questions.

The University of Vermont Cannabis Professional Certificate Programs offer evidence-based scientific research for the growing cannabis industry. The Cannabis Science and Medicine Certificate covers cannabis history, business, law and policy, plant biology, biological effects on humans, production and safety, pharmacology, and clinical research.

The Cannabis Plant Biology Certificate covers cannabis chemicals, genetics, agricultural best practices, post-harvest handling, processing, as well as how cannabis affects the human body through learning basic pharmacology and examining the different modes of administration.


Learn more about these programs in the recent info session and online at go.uvm.edu/cannabis

Chapters
0:00 Intro to Cannabis Programs at UVM
2:20 Cannabis Science and Medicine
10:03 Cannabis Plant Biology
15:06 Psilocybin Education
26:07 2022 Course Dates and Deadlines


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