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Street Drugs Webinar Series

EMLRC’s Street Drugs Webinar Series project is a series of webinars that will present one street drug per month for up to a 12 month period. Funded via by an educational grant from the Florida Department of Health, each webinar will be created by experts in the field of emergency medicine and/or toxicology and will review the following but not limited to: signs & symptoms; presentations; common forms; and on-site treatment of a particular street drug.

Webinars will be offered FREE of charge to all licensed EM professionals in Florida and will also offer an opportunity to earn continuing education credits.

Each webinar will be initially broadcasted live and then made available for playback for 29-30 days after the initial live presentation.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Flakka   Prescription Drug Overdose
  • Synthetic Cannabinoids: K2, Spice, etc.  
  • New Drug Presentations/Intake – vaporing
  • Heroin   MDMA – Molly, Ecstasy
  • Synthetic Marijuana – white widow; pot pourri, etc.
  • Scooby Snax, Cotton, Candy, etc.

Below is a listing of the 12 courses to be featured in EMLRC’s Street Drugs Webinar Series:

The New Heroin Epidemic

The New Heroin Epidemic
Presented by Josef Thundiyil, MD, MPH, FACMT, FACEP

Unfortunately, this presentation is no longer available. Please stay tuned to EMLRC.org to find out how to access it in the future.

Need to claim your Continuing Education (CE) credits for this webinar? Please contact EMLRC’s Clinical Education Scheduler Evan Buckley at ebuckley@emlrc.org.

“Has anyone seen Molly?”, MDMA & other Empathogens

“Has anyone seen Molly?”, MDMA & other Empathogens
Presented by Alfred Aleguas Jr., BS Pharm, PharmD, D.ABAT, FAACT

Unfortunately, this presentation is no longer available. Please stay tuned to EMLRC.org to find out how to access it in the future.

Need to claim your Continuing Education (CE) credits for this webinar? Please contact EMLRC’s Clinical Education Scheduler Evan Buckley at ebuckley@emlrc.org.

Psychedelic Novel Drugs

Psychedelic Novel Drugs
Presented by Tamas R. Peredy, MD, FACEP, FACMT

Unfortunately, this presentation is no longer available. Please stay tuned to EMLRC.org to find out how to access it in the future.

Need to claim your Continuing Education (CE) credits for this webinar? Please contact EMLRC’s Clinical Education Scheduler Evan Buckley at ebuckley@emlrc.org.

Altered Mental Status: Approach to the agitated patient

Altered Mental Status: Approach to the agitated patient
Presented by Christopher Hunter, MD, PhD

Unfortunately, this presentation is no longer available. Please stay tuned to EMLRC.org to find out how to access it in the future.

Need to claim your Continuing Education (CE) credits for this webinar? Please contact EMLRC’s Clinical Education Scheduler Evan Buckley at ebuckley@emlrc.org.

Synthetic Cathinones, aka Bath Salts

Synthetic Cathinones, aka Bath Salts
Presented by Paula Mueller, MD

Unfortunately, this presentation is no longer available. Please stay tuned to EMLRC.org to find out how to access it in the future.

Need to claim your Continuing Education (CE) credits for this webinar? Please contact EMLRC’s Clinical Education Scheduler Evan Buckley at ebuckley@emlrc.org.

Synthetic Cannabinoids; aka Spice/K2

Synthetic Cannabinoids; aka Spice/K2
Presented by Paula Mueller, MD

Unfortunately, this presentation is no longer available. Please stay tuned to EMLRC.org to find out how to access it in the future.

Need to claim your Continuing Education (CE) credits for this webinar? Please contact EMLRC’s Clinical Education Scheduler Evan Buckley at ebuckley@emlrc.org.

Street Drugs in the House: Misuse of Household Products, Over-the-Counter Medications, and Natural Substances

Street Drugs in the House: Misuse of Household Products, Over-the-Counter Medications, and Natural Substances
March 17, 2017
Stephanie Weiss, MD, PhD
Hosted via ReadyTalk
Offered FREE of charge with CE

During this sixty-minute presentation, we will discuss the misuse and abuse of five common household products, over-the-counter medications, and natural substances. Specific substances covered include jimsonweed, nutmeg, inhalants, antihistamines, and dextromethorphan-containing cough syrup. For each substance, the epidemiology, mechanism of action, clinical effects, workup, and treatment will be considered. The role of the internet as a source of information for facilitating misuse and abuse of these substances will also be addressed.

VIEW PLAYBACK VIDEO HERE!

Target Audience:
All licensed EM professionals in Florida and other allied health professionals treating patients affected by street drugs.

For full details and continuing education information for the playback webinar, CLICK HERE!