As part of our continued efforts to share more information about the clinical evidence covered in the SCC’s Clinical Training Curriculum, our webinar series “Meet the Authors”, will give participants a unique opportunity to experience discussion with experts in the field of medical cannabis.
Don’t miss the June edition of “Canna Talk with Frye and Wilson-King” on June 24th as we explore the nuances of cannabis dosing with Deborah Malka, MD, PhD.
These educational webinars are free for all to attend. The curriculum co-directors Patricia Frye, MD and Genester Wilson-King, MD will host informal conversations with Dr. Malka and discuss how she was introduced to cannabinoid medicine, what inspired her particular specialty, and clinical pearls she learned along the way. We will have the opportunity to delve deeper into the topics Dr. Malka presented in her SCC Clinical Training Module Dosage and Delivery of Cannabis Medicine. Learn more about Dr. Malka in the bio below.
Established cannabis clinicians as well as individuals new to the medical cannabis sphere are all invited to attend this conversation. This is a great platform for users who are enrolled in the Training Curriculum to ask follow-up questions that may have come up while they were taking the courses. Questions can be submitted beforehand or asked live during the webinar. Join us by registering via the link below.
Deborah Malka MD, PhD is a board-certified specialist in Integrative Holistic Medicine and has made it a priority to support patient empowerment and alternative medicine throughout her career. She has specialized in cannabis medical consultations for the past 15 years, consulting with over 30,000 patients to date. Her private practice, CANNABIS PLUS, provides medical cannabis and natural health consulting for a national client base via phone or telemedicine appointments. She is both a clinician and an educator in this specialty. She previously served as the medical director for a group of clinics providing medical marijuana evaluations in California, training 50 physicians and serving over 300,000 patients. She was the faculty director of the first comprehensive on-line continuing medical education course in Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine sponsored by the Society of Cannabis Clinicians. She is currently completing a manuscript for medical professionals in cannabis medicine.
Prior to clinical practice, Dr. Malka completed her PhD in Human Genetics from Columbia University, and studied both natural and traditional medicine, with degrees from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and the Santa Fe College of Natural Medicine. The field of cannabis medicine allows her to integrate her expertise in allopathic medicine, herbal medicine, research, education and patient care. It is her hope that patients will have the experience of finding alternatives to dependence on pharmaceuticals and discover the benefits of choosing healthier options, including this most powerful herbal medicine, cannabis.