Author: Eric P. Baron, Philippe Lucas, Joshua Eades & Olivia Hogue Published in The Journal of Headache and Pain May 2018 Abstract Background Medicinal cannabis registries typically report pain as the most common reason for use. It would be clinically useful to identify patterns of cannabis treatment in migraine and headache, as compared to arthritis and…
This category needs to be renamed to be meaningful than “Miscellaneous” but it will do for now. Basically it’s intended for news, research, legal actions and other information about medical marijuana for the general, nonexpert audience: patients, jouralists, the curious, etc.
Author: Carmela V. San Luis, Christa O’Hana S. Nobleza, Shashank Shekhar, Rebecca Sugg, Darren J. Villareal, Tapan Mehta, Shreyas Gangadhara Published in Frontiers in Psychology June 2020 Abstract Objectives Studies that have analyzed the association between cannabis use and acute ischemic stroke have provided conflicting results. In this study, we aim to determine the association of…
Author: Ciara A. Torres, Christopher Medina-Kirchner, Kate Y. O’Malley, and Carl L. Hart Published in Frontiers in Psychology May 2020 Abstract Background Despite limited data demonstrating pronounced negative effects of prenatal cannabis exposure, popular opinion and public policies still reflect the belief that cannabis is fetotoxic. Methods This article provides a critical review of results from…
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.
The Society of Cannabis Clinicians takes 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.
Dr. Sarah Mann, an intensive care doctor, explores the various modes of administration for cannabis medicine and the pros and cons of each.
Kimberly Kirchmeyer of the Medical Board of California discusses the guidelines for recommending cannabis for medicinal purposes. This includes details on patient evaluation, shared decision making, qualifying conditions, treatment agreements, and conflicts of interest.
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.
SCC Members Dr. Michelle Sexton and Dr. Jamie Carroon spotlight the applications of cannabis from the naturopathic physician perspective. In this interview, the two discuss the role of the CB2 receptor on immune function and inflammation and how this can alleviate migraines and other conditions.
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.