Ketamine Training Course
Dr. Rosonke has been administering ketamine in a variety of clinical settings since 2001. He has been educating other practitioners in the science as well as the art of this work since 2019. He is a trainer for the Ketamine Training Center as well as an instructor at the Polaris Insight Center. He is offering an online training in collaboration with the Polaris Insight Center. Please see the details and course description below.
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If you want to become well-versed in the medical topics and safety issues around ketamine therapy join us for a teaching module led by Dr. Steve Rosonke.
Steve Rosonke MD is an ER physician and addiction medicine physician. He is also fellowship-trained in critical care. In 2018, he founded Rainfall Medicine, a ketamine center in Portland, OR where he treats mood disorders, trauma, chronic pain, end-of-life anxiety, and addiction. He has also been teaching and consulting other providers on this topic. Dr. Rosonke will be joined by Leanne Lopez, BSN, RN who has been working in the field of nursing for 12 years. She currently works in the Bay Area as a medical/cardiac critical care nurse, and at Polaris Insight Center, an integrative psychotherapy center providing ketamine-assisted psychotherapy.
This learning module will focus on the medical, pharmacologic, and neuroscience considerations to safely and confidently operate a ketamine clinic or to perform ketamine-assisted-psychotherapy.
Learning Objectives will include:
- Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies
- Appropriate Medical Intake and Screening
- Medical and Pharmaceutical Contraindications to Treatment.
- Side Effects and Safety During Treatments
- The Pharmacology and Neuroscience of Ketamine
- Ketamine Addiction and Ketamine for Addiction
- Case Studies of Ketamine Complications
June 14, August 21 and more dates TBD
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