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This is a preview of the CareerSmart Learning online continuing education course “Medical Marijuana – Clinical and Ethical Considerations”. It is worth 5 CEUs & is pre-approved for Nurses, CCM, CRC, CDMS, NASW, and WC CA. Go to: https://careersmart.com/shop/medical-marijuana-clinical-and-ethical-considerations-nursesca-bbsand-wc-ca-approved-5-ceuscontact-hrs/ to purchase this course. This course provides an advanced overview of legal, clinical, and ethical issues
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Is marijuana harmful or helpful? A real doctor reacts to extreme cannabis cases he sees in the ER. 🚨 SUBSCRIBE for new videos every Saturday! ▶ https://www.youtube.com/doctorer?sub_confirmation=1 There are a lot of studies and cases out there of patients using cannabis to treat their medical diseases and ailments. For many patients, using medical marijuana is
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Dr. Alan Low presented this lecture on Medical Cannabis in Vancouver, BC (Canada) on June 10, 2019. Learn more about medical cannabis here: https://badgut.org/information-centre/a-z-digestive-topics/cannabis/ The Gastrointestinal Society, a registered Canadian charity, provides trusted, evidence-based information on all areas of the gastrointestinal tract, and is committed to improving the lives of people with GI and liver
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NOTE FROM TED: Please do not look to this talk for medical advice. While cannabis and CBD are an emerging field of study, their associated health effects remain inconclusive and unsupported by current scientific evidence. This talk only represents the speaker’s personal experiences with healing and mind-body medicine. TEDx events are independently organized by volunteers.
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As the world slowly warms to medicinal cannabis, much has been made of its proposed health benefits. But have we over-estimated what pot can do for the sick? Website: https://www.sbs.com.au/news/thefeed Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefeedsbsviceland Twitter: https://twitter.com/thefeedsbs Insta: https://instagram.com/thefeedsbs
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During the 2017 National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week’s Chat Day event, Dr. Dave Thomas, from NIDA answers a question from a Rivet High School student in Indiana. Molly N. asks: “People use marijuana for medical reasons today. How do doctors ensure that the patient won’t be addicted to marijuana, once the patient no longer
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This video provides an overview of medical marijuana, its compounds and legality. It sheds light on the usage of cannabis in chronic pain and the literature regarding it. Furthermore, it looks at an alternative treatment, opioids, and compares the pros and cons of each. This video was made by McMaster Demystifying Medicine students: Victor Nguyen,
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The anecdotal evidence that cannabis has a positive effect on a long list of medical conditions from epilepsy, pain, cancer, even Alzheimer’s Disease is building. However, to date there’s been scant clinical evidence to back up these claims. At long last that may be changing. Researchers are now applying scientific rigour to convert anecdote into
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Can marijuana be used to treat asthma? Has there been any evidence regarding long-term negative effects of medical marijuana? Prof. Raphael Mechoulam, of the Institute of Drug Research at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Faculty of Medicine, answers all your medical marijuana questions in this month’s Expert on the Spot! For those of you with
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Dr. Danial Schecter, a prescribing physician, describes the new process for accessing medical cannabis in Canada, and discusses the kinds of questions patients should ask their physician when considering medical cannabis to treat their arthritis symptoms. See also “Accessing medical cannabis for arthritis: Part 2” http://youtu.be/FeLvGun7TZE
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Eileen Davidson, a member of the Patient Advisory Board of @Arthritis Research Canada, interviews Dr. Mary-Ann Fitzcharles, Associate Professor of medicine in the Division of Rheumatology at @McGill University, on medical marijuana and pain management in arthritis. Learn more: Arthritis Broadcast Network – https://arthritisbroadcastnetwork.org/ Arthritis Research Canada – https://www.arthritisresearch.ca/ McGill University Pain Centre – https://www.mcgill.ca/paincentre/
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In this video, I had the opportunity to chat with Dr. Safiya Lyn-Lassite about why she chose to become a Cannabis perscribing doctor, tips for those interested in doing the same, typical day in the life and tips for all! Dr. Lyn-Lassiter graduated with honors from Trinity University (DC) with a Bachelor of Science in
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Synthetic Non-Psychoactive Cannabinoids for Chronic Pain – Igor Spigelman, PhD, Professor, Division of Oral Biology & Medicine, UCLA School of Dentistry Inaugural 2017 UCLA Cannabis Research Symposium A historic series of talks from visiting speakers and UCLA faculty about the science of cannabis, cannabinoids, and the endocannnabinoid system, as we work towards the establishment of
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Featuring Danny Bega, MD of Northwestern Medicine. The program reviews what we know, and don’t know, about the role of medical cannabis for dystonia, and provides information to help individuals make informed decisions in partnership with their doctors about the use of cannabis products.
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How can the effects of THC from the cannabis plant be harnessed to deliver better treatments for epilepsy and other conditions? UT Southwestern researchers are one step closer to solving that riddle by capturing the most detailed image yet of the brain receptor that activates THC, opening potential new pathways for the development of safer
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