Cannabis has a long history of medical use. Cannabis use has been documented for multiple purposes including recreational, spiritual, and medicinal use. Different cannabis properties can relieve a spectrum of symptoms. It is used to treat many diseases or ailments and is undergoing research for many more.
- List the risks and benefits of different methods of delivery when consuming cannabis.
- Explain the psychoactive, somatic, neurological, and cardiovascular effects of consuming cannabis.
- Explain the effect of cannabis consumption on driving.
- Explain the effect of cannabis consumption on appetite.
As licenses are becoming ever easier to forge, fake identification (ID) is growing more common and more “real” or accurate to a legally issued ID. If you're in a position where you must verify someone's age or identity, it's important that you know how to detect fake identification to determine valid identification. Here are some tips and techniques for checking identification. Remember, it is the customer’s obligation to present identification which verifies their age. They must prove they are of legal age or older and you can always ask for secondary identification if you are unsure.
- “U-CARD” Identification
- Questions to Verify Identification
- Identification Operating Procedure
- Additional Identification Tips
- Types of Acceptable Identification
- Confiscating Fake Identification
This course will teach you everything you need to know about the standard security and compliance procedures when preparing for customer deliveries. Learn all of the standard operating procedures to ensure you are conducting the safest deliveries possible. This course is intended to be the exclusive guide for employees and contractors involved in the dispensary delivery process. The course covers all you need to know for your deliveries security operations.
- The proper method for preparing deliveries for patients
- Identifying and remedying common compliance violations
The ICD-10 Virtual Code Book provides the clinical terms and/or disease/condition names to search for correct and specific ICD-10-CM codes.The transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 goes hand in hand with the goal of healthcare reform to improve quality and decrease the cost of care. With more than 171,000 codes as compared to just under 18,000 in ICD-9, ICD-10 will provide a much more accurate method of describing the care provided. The transition will have a far-reaching impact on virtually all healthcare workers, from physicians and clinicians to medical coders to clerical employees. Educating and training these employees is vital to preparing for the transition to ICD-10 for both hospitals and physician practices.