The purpose of Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE) at Intermountain Healthcare is to use our gifts of interprofessional teamwork and collaborative experience to gather caring healthcare providers and their teams in meaningful educational experiences where they develop their competence and performance, empowering patients to lead the healthiest lives possible.
This conference is designed to share the work on child health equity happening at the University of Utah and Intermountain Healthcare. There will also be opportunities for individuals interested in projects related to health equity to network with others who are committed to advancing child health equity.
This activity is intended for prescribers, pharmacists, legal counsel and other allied health professionals who have an interest in the Utah Medical Cannabis Law and how it will impact them. This activity will fulfill the education requirement to be registered in the State of Utah as a qualified medical provider. To become a Medical Cannabis Qualified Medical Provider, the State of Utah requires the prescriber complete all 4 hours of education and complete a post-test with a score of 75% or better.