As part of ZYUS’ Different Approach to Care and commitment to ongoing education, ZYUS has developed a series of educational videos that feature content and resources specifically designed for healthcare practitioners (HCP). This program leverages the expertise of ZYUS’ Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Lionel Marks de Chabris CCFP(EM), FCFP, DAAPM, CAAPM, DABAM and other key opinion leaders to support confident decision making. By driving conversations around the role of cannabinoids in medicine, we can help combat the stigma surrounding it and unlock new opportunities to expand its uses and benefits.
About Dr. Lionel Marks de Chabris
As a leading expert in chronic pain management and addictions medicine, Dr. Marks de Chabris brings 30 years of medical expertise to ZYUS where he is Chief Medical Officer, chairman of ZYUS’ Clinical Advisory Committee and spearheads the company’s Healthcare Practitioner Education Program. Prior to joining ZYUS, Dr. Marks de Chabris established one of only three Chronic Pain Management centers in northern Ontario. He continues to serve as an assistant professor at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Dr. Marks de Chabris’ pain management practice is recognized by the Ontario Medical Association and he has been accepted by the Ontario Superior Court as an expert in pain medicine and addiction medicine. In addition, he is a diplomate of the Canadian Academy of Pain Management and the American Board of Addiction Medicine, and he is acknowledged as a Fellow of the College of Family Physicians of Canada with expertise in addiction medicine.
ZYUS’ HCP On-Demand Educational Program Features the Following Topics:
Introduction to Cannabinoids
Indications and Contraindications
Side Effects - Adverse and Beneficial
Dosing - Inhaled/Oral
Dosing - Topicals
How to Authorize Medical Cannabinoids for Your Patient
For HCP’s looking to access ZYUS’ On-Demand Educational Program, please contact email@example.com to request access free of charge.
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