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Knoxville- Gas Station Drugs: Overview and the Effects
August 12 @ 8:30 am - 12:15 pm$30
“Gas Station Drugs” are prescription and non-prescription drugs of abuse commonly sold at gas stations, convenience stores, or on the Internet. Most are sold without regulations regarding their production or distribution. This presentation will discuss the current list of various herbal and pharmaceutical products, including phenibut, tianeptine, kratom, ketamine, and delta 8, known as “gas station drugs” and their pharmacological profiles to include their dangerous adverse drug effects.
Course Goals: Participants will:
1.) Develop a vocabulary of the current herbal and pharmaceutical drugs known as the gas station drugs.
2.) Gain an understanding of the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of phenibut, tianeptine, kratom, ketamine, and delta 8.
3.) Comprehend the severe adverse drug effects of phenibut, tianeptine, kratom, ketamine, and delta 8.
4.) Review the emergency procedures to manage an overdose of phenibut and tianeptine.
5.) Learn about the severe adverse drug effects of phenibut, tianeptine, kratom, ketamine, and delta 8 on the pregnant mother and her unborn child.
NAADAC Counselor Group Skills: Clinical Intake and Screening, Counseling Services, Case management, Treatment plan, Discharge, Continuing Care and Professional Development
Contact Hours & CEUs: 3.0 hours
Approved by: NAADAC, TDMHSAS, TCB, and not approved for CPRS
Is Lunch Provided? No, we will have snacks.
Handouts: will be given out at the training
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