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Addiction, New Oklahoma Opioid Law (starting November 1), and Medical Marijuana FAQ's


Total Credits: 3 AOA Category 1-A Credit (OOA)

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Faculty:
Deborah Bruce, JD,  |  Daniel Gamino,
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Description

This CME was approved as Category 1-A AOA Credits under special circumstances. With the new laws passed in Oklahoma within 2018, the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association hosted a presentation/town hall for physicians to come, learn, and ask questions regarding the new Oklahoma opioid laws (SB1446) and the new law passed for medical marijuana (SQ788). For more information, visit https://www.ok.gov/osboe/ or http://omma.ok.gov/. Information is subject to change.

*DOES NOT COUNT TOWARDS OKLAHOMA ANNUAL MANDATED PROPER PRESCRIBING*
**No specialty credits awarded**

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Deborah Bruce, JD Related seminars and products:


Deborah Bruce, JD, CMBE, was appointed the executive director of the Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic Examiners on January 1, 2008. She received her bachelor’s degree in oral communications from the University of Central Oklahoma and her Juris Doctor from Oklahoma City University. Ms. Bruce has served on the Rules Committee and the Education Committee for the Federation of State Medical Boards. She previously served as the central region representative for Administrators in Medicine and as the 2011 chairperson for the Oklahoma Bar Association Women In Lay Committee. She currently chairs the AIM New Executive Director Orientation and the AIM Best of Boards Awards Committee. In 2013, she was credentialed as a Certified Medical Board Executive.


Daniel Gamino Related seminars and products:


Daniel J. Gamino, JD, serves as general counsel for the Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic Examiners since 1993. He regularly advises the board on legal issues and on legislation impacting the profession. Mr. Gamino is in the private practice of law in Oklahoma City. His practice includes representation of licensed professionals under review by their respective regulatory board. His practice includes trial representation and strategic planning for licensed professionals. Mr. Gamino has successfully argued cases in Oklahoma County District Courts, the United States Federal Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Supreme Court, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, and several Oklahoma regulatory agencies.


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