The SCC hears from three seasoned Cannabis Nurses as they share their insight on modes of administration, patient access, and adversity to the cannabis “high”.
The Society of Cannabis Clinicians is seeking a photography volunteer for a fun and self-directed project.
Dr. Patricia Frye, SCC Board Member and Director of Takoma Park Integrative Care, asks Christopher Hudalla, Ph. D. of Proverde Labs about Exo-THC.
How does Cannabis Nursing address the booming need for education and worldwide support for cannabis medicine? The Society of Cannabis Clinicians interviewed three Cannabis Nurses to gain insight.
Are you attending protests in support of dismantling White Supremacy? Dr. Sarah Mann gives tips to help you care for yourself and those around you.
We take this time to reflect and act in support of the protests that have started within the United States and spread throughout the world. This is an issue of humanity. We abhor the repeated, deliberate, and unpunished use of excessive force resulting in the deaths of unarmed African-American people.
Dr. Sarah Mann, an intensive care doctor, explores the various modes of administration for cannabis medicine and the pros and cons of each.
The Society of Cannabis Clinicians, along with various organizations, sent a letter to the United Nations urging representatives to ease access to medical cannabis for patients across the world during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Society of Cannabis Clinicians (SCC) is seeking interns to support the organization in various ways. These internships will provide an opportunity to work with a society of experts and deepen skills and experience in the cannabis field. Learn more.
Dawn-Marie Steentra, LPN guides us through a day in the life of a Cannabis Nurse. The work requires ongoing compassion, education, and enthusiasm for patient advocacy.
Dr. Kevin M.Takakuwa details the history of the SCC, which is the first and oldest U.S. medical organization promoting the use of medical cannabis.
Bobby Eisenberg has worked with El Dorado officials to develop regulations that recognize a patient’s right to grow as much cannabis as their doctor authorizes. Now the planning commission in El Dorado Country wants to impose a six-plant limit.