Cannabis Patient Care - December 2021

Cannabis Patient Care December 2021

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7 editorial advisory board members december 2021 | cannabis patient care c a n n a b i s s c i e n c e a n d t e c h n o l o g y ® d e c e m b e r 2 0 2 1 | v o l 2 • n o 4 Cannabis Patient Care's Editorial Advisory Board is a group of distinguished individuals assembled to help the publication fulfill its editorial mission to educate the medical community on the viable treatment options patients are experiencing with cannabis and the on-going research into cannabis and cannabinoids world-wide. With recognized expertise ranging from medical research, advocacy work, and personal experience as patients, board members perform a range of functions, such as suggesting authors and topics for coverage and providing the editor with general direction and feedback. We are indebted to these individuals for their contributions to the publication and to the cannabis community as a whole. STANLEY ATKINS The Good Medic LLC ANN BRUM Joint Venture & Co JOSHUA CROSSNEY Cannabis Science Conference ME FUIMAONO -POE Family Nurse Practitioner at The Malie Cannabis Clinic The Queen's Medical Center DR . JEFF KONIN, Clinical Professor and the Director of the Doctor of Athletic Training Degree at Florida International University STEPHEN MANDILE Veteran & activist HEATHER MANUS, RN Cannabis Nurses Network DR . MARION MCNABB Cannabis Center of Excellence, Inc. PATRICIA A . PATTON Cannabis Business Alliance and Cannaboomer Strategic BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SCIENCE AND CANNABIS " " By creating medical cannabis products we aim to destigmatize, educate, renew purpose, decrease overdoses and opioid use. - Dr. Paloma Lehfeldt, MD T H C L E V E L C B D L E V E L B A L A N C E D T H C / C B D T H C D O M I N A N T C B D D O M I N A N T R E D Y E L L O W G R E E N I N D I G O B L U E The Full Spectrum of Relief Cannabis research will better inform everyone that uses cannabis on safety, efficacy, and choosing the best product and dose to support their condition. Participants must suffer from chronic pain, be over 18 years old, and newly certified for medical cannabis within 90 days. National Institute of Health (NIH) funded study focusing on medical marijuana and chronic pain. Memo Researchers from the Cancer Research Center at HealthPartners/Park Nicollet would like to better understand the opinions of patients and/or their loved ones about the use of medical cannabis (medical marijuana). Cannabis and Cancer Survey Research is completely voluntary and all information will be kept confidential. Scan the QR code to learn about a select few of our current studies. Please consider participating!

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