The Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health (CCSMH) has released the French version of their free, asynchronous, accredited eLearning modules on Cannabis and Older Adults. The English version of the modules were launched six weeks ago.
To remind you:
- The target audiences are physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, other healthcare providers and healthcare students.
- Examples of topics include: evidence for cannabis as treatment; medico-legal considerations; how to talk to older adults about cannabis; drug interactions; adverse events, and; safer cannabis use.
- Each eLearning module is individually accredited (MOC, MainPro+) so you can do one, a few or all of them for up to a total of 6.75 hours/credits.
- Asynchronous learning allows you to pick the best times for you to complete the modules.
For more information and to register, for the French modules visit: https://ccsmh.ca/projet-sur-le-cannabis-chez-les-personnes-agees/?lang=fr or click on the image in the French portion of this message.
For the English modules visit: https://ccsmh.ca/cannabis-and-older-adults-project/.