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Thu, Oct 10


Cascio's Steakhouse

Iowa’s Medical Cannabidiol Program: Implementation & Status

Speaker: Owen Parker, MPH, Program Manager, Office of Medical Cannabidiol, Iowa Department of Public Health Please RSVP by Monday, October 7th, 2019

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Iowa’s Medical Cannabidiol Program:  Implementation & Status
Iowa’s Medical Cannabidiol Program:  Implementation & Status

Time & Location

Oct 10, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Cascio's Steakhouse, 1620 S 10th St, Omaha, NE 68108, USA

About the Event

**RSVP Process: The company sponsoring the dinner and first program requires that all attendees must register by clicking on the following link:  When asked, "Are You a Healthcare Professional?" select the option "I am a healthcare professional with no license to prescribe."

Evening Schedule:   6:30 pm: Registration

7:00 pm: Dinner & first program

7:50 pm: Announcements

8:00 pm: CE Program

9:00 pm: Adjourn

Fee:   SIPA Members: No Charge

Non-members:  $20.00

Activity Information: “Iowa’s Medical Cannabidiol Program: Implementation & Status” is approved for 1.0 contact hour of pharmacy continuing education through CEI. CEI is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education. The ACPE numbers for this program are ACPE# 0107-9999-19-315-L03-P and ACPE # 0107-9999-19-315-L03-T. Participants will receive their online CE Statement immediately upon completion of the online program evaluation which is accessible to participants following the activity.

Type of Activity: Knowledge based

Who should attend: Practicing and retired pharmacists, students, and technicians

Program Objectives for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

1. Review the medical cannabidiol law as it pertains to providers.

2. Review the requirements to become a patient or caregiver in Iowa's program.

3. Review the compliance infrastructure of the medical cannabidiol program

4. Review demographic and program data thus far.

5. Review related implications of inconsistencies between State and Federal law 

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