At the conclusion of this program participants should be able to:
1. present an overview of synthetic drugs and new psychoactive substances in the United States.
2. present the most recent trends of synthetic drugs seized in the United States.
3. describe the challenges in the forensic analysis of synthetic drugs and how that information can impact or support other scientific disciplines.
It is the policy of the CAMC Health Education and Research Institute that any faculty (speaker) who makes a presentation at a program designated for AMA Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA) Category I or II credit must disclose any financial interest or other relationship including spouse/partner (i.e. grants, research support, consultant, honoraria) that faculty member has with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) that may be discussed in the educational presentation.
Program Planning Committee Members must also disclose any conflict of interest, financial interest or relationship with commercial industry that may influence their participation in this conference. Except where noted, all faculty and planning committee members have disclosed that no relationships exist.