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2023 Lunch and Learn Series

Registration is now open for the Consortium’s 2023 provider Lunch and Learn series. Click on the hyperlinked topics below to learn more and register for a session on the Colorado Medical Society’s registration page. Each talk has been approved for up to 1 AMA PRA Category 1 credits. Additional details regarding credit can be found on the topic page.

Please check this page for updates as we continue to make additions to the schedule throughout the year. Most Lunch and Learns will be recorded. If a recording is available, it will be linked below once each webinar is complete.

Accreditation Statement
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Colorado Medical Society and North Colorado Health Alliance. The Colorado Medical Society is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

DateProvider Lunch and Learn Series TopicSpeaker(s)
Wed., Jan. 112022 CDC Opioid Guidelines: What Clinicians Need to Know Joshua Blum, MD
Wed., Jan. 18Let’s Talk About LIFE: Musings From a Doc and a Harm ReductionistSarah Axelrath, MD
Lisa Raville
Wed., Jan. 25Women’s Path to WellnessLaTisha Bader, PhD
Wed., Feb. 1Pearls and Updates in Perinatal Addiction Care
**this session was not recorded
Kaylin Klie, MD
Wed., Feb. 8Navigating the Psychedelic Landscape in Colorado: Public Policy and Implications for Clinical Practice Jonathan Treem, MD
Wed., Feb. 15No session
Wed. Feb., 22Updates and Drug Trends from the DEA Perspective
**this session was not recorded
Aminta Bhutani
Wed., March 1No session
Wed., March 8Motivational InterviewingAdam Musielewicz, MPA, BA, CNM
Wed., March 15Community Drug Checking & Novel Psychoactive SubstancesNabarun Dasgupta, PhD & Colin Miller
Wed., March 22Screening Tools for Primary Care SettingsKevin Hughes, CAC II
Wed., March 29Benzodiazepine Induced Neurological DysfunctionAlexis Ritvo, MD & D. Foster