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Pharmacy of the Streets

This presentation will discuss the impact on the American lifestyle by a specific list of current drugs. The list of various over the counter (OTC) herbal and pharmaceutical products will include kratom, methamphetamine, xylazine, delta 8 THC, delta 9 THC, delta 10 THC, and Wasp dope. These compounds are known as “gas station drugs “and their pharmacological profiles include dangerous adverse drug effects on human growth and development. The discussion will also include information on America’s # 1 gas station drug: alcohol and the latest “new” street drugs-nitazenes and medetomidine.

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Sep 20, 2024 08:30am ET - Sep 20, 2024 03:30pm ET

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MERRILL A. NORTON, Pharm. D., D.Ph., CMAC

 

 

Dr. Merrill Norton is an EMMY winning Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy with his specialty areas to include psychopharmacology and addiction pharmacy. He was most recently honored by the Georgia Addiction Counselors Association’s Board of Directors and Certification Board with being bestowed the first Certified Master Addiction Counselor (CMAC) credential in the state. His recently updated book, Understanding Substance Use Disorders Pharmacology, has been used to train thousands of mental health professionals nationally and his latest book, and The Pharmacist’s Guide to Opioid Use Disorders was released in December 2018.

Dr. Norton completed his undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. He accomplished a three year addiction medicine fellowship under the direction of Douglas Talbott MD at Ridgeview Institute and has state, national, and international credentials in the treatment of mentally ill/addicted/chronic pain individuals. He has also been a faculty member of the Fairleigh-Dickinson University Postdoctoral Training Program in the Masters of Psychopharmacology, Alliant International University of San Francisco College of Psychology, University of Georgia School of Continuing Education, and Berry College in the areas of Psychopharmacology and Addiction Pharmacy. His areas of specialty in addiction pharmacy are the management of chronic pain in the substance use disordered patient and the neuroscience of substance use disorders.

Since his recent retirement from UGA , Dr. Norton’s primary focus is to provide the latest scientific information to communities, educators, healthcare professionals, prevention specialists, treatment providers, and especially families, on the diseases of substance use disorders.