Expand your understanding of how cannabis can help in the treatment and management of various types of cancer with this virtual expert panel

About this Event

Join us for Csequence’s virtual expert series, Cannabis in Medicine: Part Two, to expand your understanding of how cannabis can help in the treatment and management of various types of cancer, including but not limited to sharing anecdotes from those serving on the front lines of cannabis healthcare, outlining its current medical use, identifying the potential future role cannabis could play in healthcare, and leveraging experts’ knowledge and demonstrative evidence to help distinguish fact from fiction.

Don’t miss out on episode two of our online virtual series featuring cannabis nurses serving the front lines of healthcare and who are the leading experts in use of cannabis as oncologic treatment.

We hope to spark an honest dialogue of conversation surrounding the topic of Cannabis as medicine that will cover all your top questions and concerns directly from the industry’s top experts.

This panel will cover a variety of topics including:

• What are the most reasonable current applications for cannabis involving the treatment of cancer?

• What does the most recent research suggest about the utility of cannabis for cancer patients?

• Is the growing public enthusiasm for cannabis-derived medicines and medicinal cannabis justified?

• Within the nursing world, which organizations are currently most informed about cannabis research for patients?

• Which future applications of cannabis in medicine will likely be the most relevant for nurses?

• What kinds of conversations are nurses currently having with their patients about cannabis-derived medicines and medicinal cannabis?

• What is the impact of the current regulatory environment on the nursing world as it relates to the use of cannabis for cancer patients?

Panelists:

Carey S. Clark, Ph.D., RN, RYT, AHN-BC, FAAN

Carey S. Clark, Ph.D., RN, RYT, AHN-BC, FAAN is the nursing program director at Pacific College of Health and Science and Chair of the Medical Cannabis Certificate Program.

Dr. Clark has been a nurse since 1994, with experience in medical-surgical, pediatrics, psychiatric, home health, hospice care, and parish nursing. Dr. Clark has written many publications on diverse topics, ranging from integrating holistic modalities into nursing curriculum to the oncology nurse’s role in working with medicinal cannabis patients. She has presented to hundreds of oncology and holistic nurses regarding how they can best educate, coach, and support patient’s toward safe and effective use of medical cannabis.

Dr. Clark is the immediate Past President of the American Cannabis Nurses Association and she is dedicated to educating nurses and patients around the endocannabinoid system, homeostasis, and the safe and effective use of cannabis to support healing.

Sandra Guynes, MSN, RN

Sandra Guynes MSN, RN also known as The Kush Nurse has been a nurse for 15 years. A long time advocate, educator and provider of holistic health to mothers and babies. Her range of practical-clinical experience ranges from public health nursing, maternity and neonatal populations and as case manager of the chronically ill.

As a cannabis nurse she is focused on working with families and veterans who are seeking health and wellness through cannabis as medicine. Sandra co-founded the Cannabis Nurses of Color (CNOC) an advocacy group for black and brown nurses in the cannabis industry. She is an active member of The American Cannabis Nurses AssociationMinority Cannabis Business Association and the Cannabis Nurses Network.

Eloise Theisen, MSN, RN, AGPCNP-BC

Eloise Theisen is a board certified Adult Geriatric Nurse Practitioner who specializes in cannabis therapy. For over 20 years, Eloise has worked primarily with cancer, dementia and chronic pain patients. In the last 6 years, Eloise has focused her efforts on cannabinoid therapies.

Eloise has worked with over 6000 patients to help them effectively treat age-related and chronic illness with cannabis.

Eloise is a co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Radicle Health and Radicle Health Clinician Network.

Eloise was one of the first healthcare professionals to bring a clinical dosing regimen to the cannabis space. In 2019, she was elected President of the American Cannabis Nurses Association and will serve through 2022.

In 2019, Eloise co-authored Pain Free with CBD: Everything You Need to Know to Safely and Effectively Use Cannabidiol with Alice O’Leary Randall

Mari Oxenberg M.S., RN, CNM

Mari Oxenberg M.S., RN, CNM is a midwife and hospice nurse in Los Angeles, California. Mari became interested in the healing attributes of cannabis when helping her close friend endure the side effects chemotherapy. She saw firsthand the medicinal qualities of this plant. Since then, Mari has embarked on a new mission of extensive research into this ancient healing herb, and is passionate about communicating her knowledge and educating the public with accurate and honest information.

She is a member of the American Cannabis Nurses Association, and is enrolled in the first ever accredited medical cannabis credentialing program for healthcare professionals.

Sponsored By:

The American Cannabis Nurses Association was conceived by Julia (Ed) Glick in 2006 during the Patients Out of Time Fourth National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics in Santa Barbara California. ACNA was envisioned as a nursing organization that represented the emerging field of endocannabinoid therapeutics to professional nurses, providing scientific, patient, and educational opportunities to assist nurses in understanding and advocating for their patients’ needs. Julia suggested the idea to Mary Lynn Mathre, Patients Out of Time co-founder (and a registered nurse) noting that, “if we don’t do it, someone else will.” It took a couple of years, but in 2009 and 2010, Julia and Mary Lynn began the process of completing documents to incorporate ACNA and set up financial accounting, logo development and outreach to the American Nurses Association.

Black CannaBusiness Magazine is the premier B2B publication for African Americans in Cannabis. We are the go-to source for black business owners that depend on us for curated, in-depth business intelligence and practical, how-to advice to guide their decisions and drive their businesses in this expanding industry . We offer the highest-value content to our readers, and high visibility for the brands of our corporate partners committed to engaging with this highly sought after cannabis industry business demographic.

MyJane – Created by women for women, MyJane is a community enabling women to make informed choices about hemp CBD products. MyJane is for you. It’s for us. It’s for everyone we love and care about as women.

MyJane LLC, a subsidiary of the parent company Manifest Seven (M7), is based in Irvine California and has access to the complete business ecosystem of M7 to enable its growth and expansion. Benefiting from shared services of the parent company, MyJane can therefore remain an agile enterprise led by a strong team of women with solid and diverse background to form an enviable team of experts focused on you, our women community.

Pineapple Ventures Inc. offers clients unparalleled access to the legal cannabis industry in the most risk averse manner possible by putting these investors in unique opportunities only available through our company’s contacts and expertise. We are experts in the medical cannabis industry and are inventors and visionaries credited with first-of-its-kind industry related software and hardware platforms invented and patented to help assure accurate accounting and inventory control at the point of sale. Some of our key personnel have been actively involved as consultants in the legal cannabis industry for nearly a decade and have also furthered the industry through millions of dollars in charitable donations and funding of educational campaigns.

About Csequence:

Csequence is a market intelligence firm based in southern California, serving the medical cannabis industry and patients through traditional market research, education and events. Csequence market research services spans both qualitative and quantitative studies involving healthcare providers, patients and manufacturers.

Csequence events serve at the heart of our mission to bridge quality research and effective use of medical cannabis. Our events bring healthcare providers, patients, advocates, manufacturers and regulators together with the purpose of creating a venue where ideas, data, information and insight can be shared for the betterment of the community.We work with sponsors and partners who share our vision in helping the medical cannabis community grow and succeed. For event sponsors, more information, or to join our network, please email EmilyA@csequence.com.

Csequence recognizes the financial hardship many have faced due to COVID19. If you have been affected, please use code “COVID19” for complimentary access to this event.

September 10, 2020 11:00 am
11:00 am — 12:00 pm (1h)

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