Ketamine Research Institute Training Program
The Ketamine Research Institute "Mini-Fellowship" Program provides an advanced Precision Medicine-based approach and Target-Controlled Infusion methodology to ketamine infusion therapy that takes ketamine therapy to the next level. Our training course provides the most comprehensive educational experience available including: evidence-based didactics, supervised "hands-on" clinical experience, and individual experiential training.
Our program is the only one that meets or exceeds all APA and ASA training recommendations and complies with recent laws on the safe administration of ketamine (UT-58-1-509), promoting more effective, safe, and uniform infusion protocols for ketamine infusion therapy in treating mood disorders.
GW Grass, MD — Ketamine Research Institute
Ketamine And The Importance of Comprehensive Training
As clinicians, we are responsible for ensuring that our patients receive the highest quality of care. One of the most exciting developments in this regard is the increasing evidence for the efficacy of ketamine therapy for a range of psychiatric and chronic pain conditions. Research has consistently demonstrated that ketamine infusions can be an incredibly beneficial and effective treatment for conditions like depression, anxiety, PTSD, chronic pain. Incorporating this treatment into your practice can provide your patients with a safe and effective treatment option.
However, as with any new therapeutic approach, ketamine infusion therapy requires specialized training to administer effectively and safely. Therefore, we encourage clinicians to obtain the necessary training to offer this service with a proper understanding of how ketamine works and the risks associated with its use. Practitioners can confidently offer ketamine therapy while providing patients with a safe and effective treatment option.
It is essential to obtain training that complies with the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) recommendations. Evidence-based didactics, supervised clinical infusion experience, and ongoing support and mentoring are critical to implementing ketamine therapy into your practice.
The future of medicine is here. By embracing ketamine infusion therapy in your practice, you will be at the forefront of a revolutionary approach to treatment and make a lasting impact on the lives of your patients and how we treat mood disorders and chronic pain
New Advancements in Ketamine Therapy
Our advanced training course is designed to provide clinicians with the knowledge and skills to deliver safer and more effective ketamine therapy with up to 50% greater effectiveness and 90% higher patient compliance rates than other community providers. Our course goes beyond the limited pharmacological concepts of the standard ketamine infusion protocol, expanding into target-controlled infusions and precision medicine to unlock the full potential of ketamine therapy for patients.
The Cutting-Edge Treatment You Need to Know About:
Ketamine Infusion Therapy with Precision Medicine and
If you are a clinician interested in providing ketamine-based therapy to your patients but don't feel confident in your ability to do so safely and effectively, consider enrolling in KRI's "Mini-Fellowship" program. This intensive training program complies with all APA and ASA professional recommendations for training in ketamine therapy.
It will provide you with everything you need to use ketamine therapy safely and effectively in your practice - from didactic lectures led by expert educators to hands-on clinical experiences at a fully operational infusion center. You'll also have access to ongoing personal mentoring from experienced clinicians throughout the duration of the program and beyond.
Our goal is to train the Top 100 Ketamine Clinicians in the United States. Our graduates will become leaders in their field, highly respected ketamine experts, and serve as professional examples of clinicians providing the safest and most effective ketamine therapy available.
Propper didactic and clinical training is vitally important as ketamine therapy is recognized as an effective treatment modality for mood disorders. Authors of the American Psychological Association (APA) Consensus Guidelines for ketamine therapy have suggested an alarming lack of adherence to safety guidelines among providers creating a potential risk to patient welfare. Their estimations suggest that only a small portion - less than 5% - of ketamine providers adhere to the selection, evaluation, and safety standards.* This disconcertingly small number may be a sign that much of the ketamine treatment being provided in local clinics are not meeting essential safety standards, potentially creating risk to patients who receive care.
To ensure that high standards and effective treatment in ketamine therapy are maintained, the "Mini-Fellowship" training program has been developed. Our intensive training program provides practitioners with the most up-to-date evidence-based education and training in ketamine therapy, supervised clinical experience administering ketamine therapy, and personalized mentorship available to ensure that the highest standards are met.
Understand the Basics of the Standard Ketamine Protocol — Then Take it to the Next Level.
Our training course is designed to provide clinicians with a comprehensive and superior understanding of ketamine therapy, including the evolution and development of the standard ketamine infusion, including its inherent limitations. The standard ketamine infusion has gained attention recently as a potential treatment for mood disorders such as depression and anxiety. However, it is becoming increasingly clear that when this treatment is removed from a controlled research environment and applied in community practice, its effectiveness is not as high as initially suggested by research studies.(references: 1, 2, 3 ,4, 5)
The Imprecise and Highly Variable Nature of Standard Ketamine Therapy
This can be attributed to many factors, such as the lack of personalized dosing strategies and a failure to consider individual patient variations. Standard dosing regimens, such as a fixed mg/kg based on body weight, do not consider variations in body mass, volumes of distribution, or variations in CYP450 metabolic pathways. These variations can significantly affect the pharmacokinetics of the medication and, thus, the effectiveness of the treatment.
Our advanced training course goes well beyond the limited selection criteria and pharmacological concepts of the standard ketamine infusion protocol. It expands into rigorous patient selection and evaluations, combined with target-controlled infusions and precision medicine, to unlock the full potential of ketamine therapy for patients. By considering individual variations and tailoring the treatment to each patient, our graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills to provide safer and more effective treatment using the latest research and pharmacological approaches.
Precision Medicine and TCI for Ketamine: Achieve Up to 50% Greater Effectiveness
Clinicians trained by us can be confident that they possess the skills necessary to successfully deliver ketamine therapy in accordance with all recommended professional guidelines and with up to 50% greater effectiveness and 90% higher patient compliance rates than other community providers. (references: KRI Study)
Six Key Benefits of Our Program
1. Going beyond the standard ketamine infusion outdated mg/kg protocol, our students learn an advanced Precision-Medicine and Target-Controlled infusion approach known as Ketamine PLUS. Our training includes everything you need to know about the standard ketamine infusion, but takes it to the next level with a more sophisticated, evidence-based, pharmacokinetic modeling approach to ketamine therapy that can result in up to 50% greater effectiveness, 50% lower adverse effects, and up to 90% higher patient compliance rates than other ketamine centers are providing.
2. Supervised clinical training administering ketamine as recommended by the APA with hands-on experience and skill you need to provide safe and well-tolerated infusions.
3. Personally experience a ketamine infusion - providing invaluable insight into selecting appropriate candidates & successful outcomes.
4. Personal mentoring & clinical advisement for six months after the course providing expert advice and recommendations for best practices in patient selection, evaluation, & advanced treatment protocols.
5. Inclusion in our extensive referral network for qualified ketamine practitioners.
6. The "Mini Fellowship" program meets all APA/ASA recommendations for training in ketamine therapy & complies with recent state laws regarding providing safe, effective ketamine therapy.
The "Mini-Fellowship" Intensive Ketamine Training Program for Clinicians
The Ketamine Research Institute is leading the way in the field of ketamine infusion therapy and physician education with our new ketamine infusion training programs. We’re on a mission to accelerate the healthcare revolution. We have pioneered ketamine infusion therapy to bring the latest breakthrough discoveries about ketamine, Precision Medicine, and Target-Controlled Infusions out of the research lab and into our infusion centers and training programs.
The "Mini-Fellowship" Program is Specifically Designed
for Clinicians in the Fieldsof:
Psychiatry, Primary Care, Integrative/Functional Medicine, and Emergency Medicine
All training is conducted in our state-of-the-art infusion center - the Ketamine Research Institute in Sarasota, FL
our class sizes are limited and only available to
six clinicians per training session - apply early!
2023 Course Schedule and Application
About Our Program
The Ketamine Research Institute (KRI) has developed an advanced and intensive educational program specifically designed to train clinicians in the safe and effective use of ketamine-based therapy for mood disorders - the "Mini-Fellowship" Intensive Training Program for Clinicians. KRI's curriculum is based on best practices and evidence-based treatment protocols established by leading clinicians in the field. The program is designed for both novice and experienced practitioners to gain important skills that will enable them to confidently and competently administer ketamine-based therapy in their practice.
The program provides everything you need to become a highly qualified and proficient clinician in ketamine-based therapy. Our training program provides a comprehensive educational experience that includes didactic lectures, interactive discussions, case studies, and "hands-on" clinical experience at a fully operational ketamine infusion center. We also provide you with the unique opportunity to personally experience what it feels like to undergo a ketamine infusion. This valuable experience can be profound and provide you with valuable insights into the "phenomenology" of the ketamine experience that can be crucial when working with patients who are receiving this remarkable new therapy.
In addition, we also provide you with six months of personal mentoring as you begin your ketamine practice to ensure that your program runs smoothly from its inception. Graduates of our training program also become part of our extensive patient referral network, an exclusive group of highly trained and qualified clinicians who are dedicated to helping those in need access safe, effective ketamine infusion therapy.
Our program was designed by experienced experts in the field of clinical ketamine research and therapy. It incorporates the latest advances in our understanding of how ketamine works, as well as new approaches, protocols, and techniques to enhance the effectiveness of ketamine therapy. We are confident that no other training program in the United States can provide the level of depth, clinical experience, and sophistication required to become a highly skilled provider of ketamine therapy than the Ketamine Research Institute.
Learn More About Ketamine Therapy for Mood Disorders
Ketamine Therapy Gains Recognition
Ketamine infusion therapy is an exciting new development in the world of psychiatry. It has shown great promise in the treatment of a variety of mental health conditions, including depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
During the recent COVID epidemic, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder rates have all risen dramatically. Media outlets have been educating the public about the tremendous therapeutic benefits of ketamine and other psychedelics for the rapid relief of mood disorders and related conditions.
Health insurance companies in both Canada and the U.S. have taken notice and may soon start covering ketamine-based therapy treatments. As awareness grows around this new treatment breakthrough, many more people who suffer from mental health issues will be able to benefit from ketamine-based therapy that has been proven to be effective.
The Need For Well-Trained Ketamine Clinicians
The Rise of "Ketamine Clinics"
Ketamine-based therapy is increasingly recognized as a rapid and highly effective treatment for mood disorders — with success rates that exceed 75% or more — and patients who haven't received help from conventional approaches are demanding new treatment options. Unfortunately, to meet this new demand the number of questionable "ketamine clinics" and "at-home" ketamine services has also risen.
Despite its effectiveness in treating mood disorders, the "one-size-fits-all" ketamine therapy approach employed by many clinics cannot replicate the same level of relief seen in controlled clinical studies. Moreover, some treatment centers may not provide sufficient preparations to patients or adhere to strict patient selection criteria as recommended by medical organizations, leading to less-than-optimal results.
Unfortunately, certain commercial interests are attempting to "expand the accessibility" of ketamine therapy by treating patients remotely and providing them with nasal sprays, lozenges, and pills that contain ketamine to use at home. Despite its potential for a gain in profits, this practice is strongly opposed by experienced clinicians and professional organizations because of its lack of credible evidence-based efficacy and potentially hazardous side effects.
Various elements have caused these issues to arise, but inadequate education and training in ketamine therapy among some professionals has substantially contributed towards this dilemma.
Lack of Adequate Training
Sadly, too many clinicians may have taken shortcuts for various reasons and not sought adequate training programs before starting ketamine therapy. This could be due to the apparent simplicity of the ketamine infusion, which lulled some clinicians into thinking that formal training may not be necessary. However, ketamine therapy is unlike any other medical procedure and has many complexities and unique aspects, something that many without adequate training fail to recognize.
Poor Training Leads to Poor Outcomes
Although most ketamine providers cite research studies indicating that up to 70-75%% of people can improve following ketamine therapy, recent studies have shown that ketamine may not be nearly that effective when it is given by clinicians in a community ketamine clinic setting. Some believe a more realistic number would be only 35-45% of people respond to ketamine infusions when it is given in an outpatient ketamine clinic or center.(references: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
These subpar outcomes may well be the result of a lack of adequate training, experience, or understanding of the unique aspects of this remarkable but complex treatment. Not only are the outcomes much poorer, but there was also an increasing number of adverse effects and potential safety issues for patients were noted. This has prompted professional organizations such as the American Psychiatric Association to make recommendations emphasizing the importance of obtaining proper ketamine-based training before offering ketamine therapy to patients.
This Causes Concern for All
In fact, according to authors of the American Psychological Association (APA) consensus guidelines, it is estimated that fewer than 5% of ketamine providers adhere to the standards for selection, evaluation, and safety recommendations. This is a cause for concern, as deviation from these guidelines and from the evidence provided by randomized controlled trials and long-term follow-up studies may put patients at increased risk. One author states, "the further we deviate from established standards, the greater the risk to patients." (reference: 6)
Professional Organization Recommendations
To ensure the safe and successful use of ketamine, clinicians offering any form of care must be properly trained and educated. To help meet this growing demand, in 2017 the American Psychiatric Association (APA) released Consensus Guidelines outlining the qualifications and comprehensive training necessary to provide health professionals with the tools they need to safely and effectively use ketamine-based therapy in their practices.
In addition, states are beginning to pass strict laws regarding the safe use of ketamine for the treatment of mood disorders, such as the one passed recently in Utah (UT-58-1-510), which will directly impact ketamine centers not only in Utah but in other states as similar measures are adopted.
Included in those recommendations was the need for didactic educational training and "hands-on" clinical experience administering ketamine infusion therapy under the supervision of more experienced clinicians. Allowing practitioners to gain both an intellectual understanding of ketamine therapy and develop the essential skills and techniques necessary to become proficient in the safe administration of ketamine to their patients.
Also, practitioners need to be aware of new laws regarding the strict avoidance of moderate to deep sedation while using ketamine and be trained in appropriate airway management techniques.
Training Programs Vary Greatly in Content and Quality
Many organizations are offering ketamine training, but the quality of these programs varies. Clinicians who are new to ketamine therapy and seeking education may find it difficult to determine which ones are reputable and offer comprehensive instruction. Often, the programs are led by multiple clinicians with varying levels of clinical knowledge or experience. This can make it very difficult to form a cohesive and effective understanding of ketamine therapy.
It is important to look for programs that offer all of the training components recommended by the APA, including didactic education, supervised clinical training, and individual mentoring. It is essential that any program offering ketamine-based therapy training includes real-world experience administering ketamine therapy under the close supervision of more experienced clinicians.
On-Line Programs versus Actual Clinical Training
Many training programs are being conducted "online" and have the apparent advantage of offering inexpensive, convenient, on-demand modules for training. Although this format is appealing, pre-recorded online program modules can't answer important questions that often come up during training sessions. In addition, they do not provide any form of supervised "hands-on" instruction as recommended by the APA. Lastly, they do not provide any form of ongoing personal clinical guidance after the course to assist you as you begin your infusion program.
Clinical Training Programs
On-site clinical training programs are usually more expensive but provide an optimal environment for learning about ketamine therapy. Participants benefit from receiving in-depth instruction and direct guidance from experienced clinicians. This type of program meets all professional organizations (APA and ASA) recommendations for training. Also, it allows for personalized mentoring and coaching after completion of the course so that clinicians can be sure they are adhering to best practices when administering ketamine to their patients.
Furthermore, many medical liability insurance companies recommend or may require this type of training for their clinicians to be adequately covered and insured. This is because they recognize that these courses provide the highest level of education, with participants receiving comprehensive instruction and direct contact with experienced practitioners knowledgeable in the use of ketamine therapy.
Consequently, investing in an on-site ketamine therapy training course is an excellent way for clinicians to understand the procedure and its potential therapeutic benefits thoroughly. Furthermore, completing this type of intense educational experience can help ensure that practitioners practice safely and responsibly when administering ketamine to their patients.
Few Options Exist
Unfortunately, very few training programs are available that have qualified and experienced ketamine clinicians who can provide this level of comprehensive educational training experience and supervised clinical training in the setting of an operational ketamine infusion center.
That is the advantage of the Ketamine Research Institute's "Mini-Fellowship" in ketamine-based therapy. This is not a simple online course but an opportunity for clinicians to come and spend several days with us in an immersive learning environment - an actual ketamine infusion center. This type of training is certainly more intensive and expensive to provide, but the education, experience, ongoing support, and mentorship you receive are invaluable.
Ketamine Research Institute is Leading The Way in Clinician Training
Our Experience and Qualifications
The "Mini-Fellowship" Intensive Training Program for Clinicians is a sophisticated and advanced training program that results from over 35 years of clinical research and experience in ketamine practice. Over the past three decades, I have conducted clinical ketamine research and provided thousands of hours of continuously monitored ketamine infusions to individuals worldwide, gaining invaluable experience in various clinical circumstances. Our work has been presented at national conferences, academic, and governmental institutions providing educational programs in the use and future application of ketamine therapy.
In addition, I have served as principal investigator for pharmaceutical companies engaged in Phase III drug trials for psychopharmacological agents seeking FDA approval and served as clinical advisor to various organizations and biotechnology firms.
All of this experience is then distilled down and passed on to our attendees in the form of didactic lectures, small-group discussions, as well as hands-on opportunities to administer ketamine under direct supervision. We offer this wealth of experience and knowledge to participants in our program so they can return to their practices confident in their abilities to provide ketamine-based therapy safely and effectively. The bottom line is that we can provide you with the knowledge, experience, and skills necessary to be a well-respected and successful clinician providing ketamine therapy in your community.
Our Program is Unique Among Training Program
The Ketamine Research Institute training program is one-of-a-kind, custom-tailored, and specific to the professionals' intended use of ketamine-based therapy. It is particularly well suited for clinicians in the fields of Psychiatry, Primary Care, Integrative/Functional Medicine, and Emergency Medicine who are new to this modality and are interested in adding ketamine-based therapy to their practice as a rapidly effective treatment for various mood disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and PTSD. Our program is one of the very few that comply with all APA and ASA recommendations for training in ketamine therapy.
All Training is Conducted on Site in an Actual Infusion Center
Our training program is conducted "on-site" and "in-person" in our infusion center at the Ketamine Research Institute in Sarasota, FL, which allows you to become familiar with the environment in which infusions are performed. Training in our infusion center provides you with the opportunity to gain "hands-on" experience performing infusions under supervision and to become familiar with all the necessary monitoring equipment, intravenous delivery systems and supplies essential for the safe administration, storage, and handling of ketamine.
Precision Medicine and Target-Controlled Infusions
Our course provides a detailed understanding of the inherent but often overlooked intrinsic limitations of the standard ketamine infusion developed at Yale in 1994. This knowledge is critical to achieving the best therapeutic benefit for your patients. We employ a highly practical and "in-depth" approach to ketamine therapy, using basic and advanced principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics that is not available in any other training program known as Ketamine PLUS. This includes a proprietary Precision Medicine and Target-Controlled Infusion approach to overcome limitations of the "standard" infusion and significantly improve the effectiveness of ketamine therapy — optimizing your ability to achieve success with your patients.
We believe that providing safe, more effective, and better-tolerated ketamine infusion therapy is essential to become recognized as a highly skilled and successful clinician rather than just another "ketamine clinic." We are dedicated to helping clinicians become the specialists in this field that they strive to be through our comprehensive and intensive program.
It is our mission to provide clinically meaningful, evidence-based education and training to enable you to bring ketamine-based therapy safely and effectively into your practice — so you can make a more positive difference in the lives of your patients.
The Benefits of Our Program
Small Group - One-on-One Attention
We limit our course to six practitioners to facilitate a personal and tight-knit learning environment where everyone can actively participate and become comfortable with administering ketamine infusion therapy in an operational ketamine infusion center. While with us, clinicians have an opportunity to become familiar with and use all of the necessary monitoring equipment, venous access technologies, intravenous delivery systems, and supplies necessary for the safe administration, storage, and handling of ketamine.
Personalized To Your Needs
To the degree possible to maintain our educational objectives, the 3-day intensive training is customized to each practitioner's needs and skill level. It delves deeply into specialized aspects of ketamine pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, including the effects of patient-specific metabolism, medication interactions, and genomic variables on ketamine metabolism and efficacy.
Our Advanced Didactic Component
Our specialized didactic training program is unlike any other available ketamine training. It offers clinicians not only comprehensive, in-depth classroom-based instruction but more advanced topics in the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic aspects of ketamine therapy. In addition, we focus on a Precision Medicine and Target Controlled Infusion approach to ketamine therapy that increases its effectiveness in everyday "Real World" clinical applications.
The Necessary Hands-On Clinical Experience
Administrating ketamine infusions safely and effectively requires a comprehensive understanding of how to personalize the dosing regimen, use precision medicine concepts, and tailor the infusion plasma concentrations of ketamine to achieve optimum therapeutic effects. Our clinical training guides you through administering ketamine while also providing the opportunity to learn the skills and techniques necessary to become highly proficient in this therapy.
The Ketamine "Experience" Component
Going a step beyond, we also encourage clinicians to personally experience what it is like to have a ketamine infusion. It is our experience that having a first-hand understanding of what ketamine feels like, and how it affects cognition, mood, and behavior can be extremely helpful and provide valuable insights into the "ketamine experience" when working with patients who are receiving this remarkable new therapy.
Our Mentoring Program - Personal Guidance as You Begin
Our six month mentoring program is an essential resource when beginning your ketamine infusion program and practice. We provide experienced guidance and support to ensure that your program runs smoothly from its inception. We advise on best practices for patient selection, dosage, treatment protocols, and much more as you get started to help ensure a safe, effective, and successful program that will improve the lives of your patients. With our experienced mentoring, you can be sure to start your program on the right track.
Become a Member of Our Extensive Referral Network
Graduates of our training program become part of our extensive patient referral network. Each month, thousands of people contact us searching for clinicians who are highly trained and qualified to perform ketamine therapy. Becoming part of this exclusive group provides additional exposure for your practice, allowing you to reach potential new clients searching for our qualified ketamine infusion experts who are dedicated to helping those in need access safe, effective ketamine infusion therapy.
The Ketamine Research Institute's mission is to train the next generation of healthcare providers in evidence-based best practices for administering safe and effective ketamine-based treatments. We are dedicated to providing clinicians with comprehensive training that is accurate, up-to-date, and clinically relevant.
Ketamine Research Institute Training Program Includes:
All The Recommended and Essential Components of Ketamine Training Are Provided:
1. Comprehensive didactic lectures covering topics such as advanced pharmacology, physiological effects, and clinical applications of ketamine.
2. Interactive discussions tailored to clinicians’ specific practice settings
3. Case studies and reviews of actual ketamine-based treatment protocols in real-world patients.
4. Hands-on experience administering ketamine infusions at a fully operational Ketamine Infusion Center.
5. The opportunity to gain valuable insights into the phenomenology of the ketamine experience by personally experiencing it for yourself.
6. Ongoing personal mentoring for six months from experienced ketamine clinicians as you begin your ketamine practice.
7. Plus, access to extensive resources including additional educational materials, treatment protocols, our referral network, and more.
After the Course
At the completion of the program, clinicians will be certified by the Ketamine Research Institute as qualified ketamine therapy providers with supervised clinical experience. This certification is the first step in becoming a highly skilled and successful ketamine practitioner. We invite you to join our growing network of practitioners who are transforming patient care through evidence-based best practices.
We believe our program is exceptional and exceeds all recommendations, didactic and clinical, published by the American Psychiatric Association and the American Society of Anesthesiologists, and also includes the added benefits of an experiential component to fully understand and appreciate the uniqueness of ketamine infusion therapy. We are committed to helping clinicians learn how to provide these treatments safely and effectively.
Here's What Our Graduates Are Saying
"I thoroughly enjoyed the course and thought it was a good mix of science and practical knowledge. And of course, it was very helpful as I had no clinical experience with Ketamine and just a little knowledge from what I’ve read...
It gave me a clear road map moving forward. I’m sure there is a lot still to learn, but you never know what you don’t know until it arises....Having access to your forms and waivers, etc. is huge!...
No other training offers an actual infusion for us to experience what it’s like. Having done it now, I can appreciate how difficult it would be to explain it without having done it."
— David Smith, MD - Internist/Family Practice
To Learn More About Our Programs - please click the links below:
New Courses Beginning in 2023
— Ketamine Training for Experienced Providers and Anesthesiologists
— Improving Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy with Precision Medicine
and Target-Controlled Administration Techniques
What Is Currently Needed.
There is a tremendous need for qualified medical professionals trained to provide patient-centered, safe, effective ketamine therapy for mood disorders. This 3-day intensive program aims to provide clinicians with the necessary skills, understanding, and knowledge to administer a superior and optimized ketamine infusion to their patients in an office or outpatient setting. The program covers all aspects of ketamine therapy that have practical clinical applications today and in the future.
Ketamine PLUS infusion therapy - Become a Certified Practitioner and licensed partner with the Ketamine Research Institute
After completing our training program, you will become eligible to become a certified Ketamine PLUS provider and licensed partner with the Ketamine Research Institute. This is an unparalleled opportunity for medical professionals and ketamine specialists looking to revolutionize their skills, expand their offerings, and provide the best possible care for their patients.
By passing the KRI's certification examination, you'll demonstrate your commitment to providing the highest level of care to your patients and solidify your position as a trusted and respected provider in the field of mental health treatment.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to elevate your medical practice and make a real difference in the lives of your patients. Join with the Ketamine Research Institute as a certified Ketamine PLUS provider and licensed partner today.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy for Mood Disorders
3-Day Intensive Course
Our course not only covers all of the practical aspects of ketamine therapy but expands into scientific principles allowing optimization of the basic protocol. All course training is conducted “on-site” in an actual infusion center so that you will have an opportunity to become familiar with the environment in which infusions are performed. This includes a demonstration of the necessary monitoring equipment, intravenous delivery systems, and supplies necessary for the safe administration, storage, and handling of ketamine.
How to effectively integrate ketamine therapy into your current practice
The Ketamine Institute is leading the way in the field of ketamine infusion therapy and physician education with our new ketamine infusion training program. We’re on a mission to accelerate the health care revolution. We have pioneered ketamine infusion therapy to bring the latest breakthrough discoveries about ketamine out of the research lab and into our infusion centers.