Cannabis is a deeply complex and personalized medicine with a critical learning curve. Guidance, training, and education are all important if you want to help people find the best possible cannabis regimens for their case.
With our online Cannabis Patient Care Certificate Program, you can join thousands of other physicians, practitioners, nurses, caretakers, students, and educators – all learning how to make informed decisions in cannabis medicine.
Now you can gain expert-level knowledge of how cannabis works in the body, the different cannabis products and how they work, selecting the right product, what to cover when onboarding new patients, dosing and titration, addressing bad experiences, and much more.
Interested? Check out the sneak peek videos below to enjoy the quality of this industry-endorsed Certificate Program.
1) Understanding the Endocannabinoid System
Your endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a critical component to the health and balance of almost every metabolic process in the body.
The effects of cannabis on this system explain why it is helpful for so many different conditions and ailments.
In this excerpt, you can catch the first part of Dr. Jordan Tishler’s talk on the ECS and cannabis.
2) Deciding on Cannabis Ratios and Potency
Cannabis dosing can be tricky and sometimes confusing because there is no one-size-fits-all approach.
In this clip, Health and Wellness Advisor Shelly McKay, touches upon some of the essential nuances on getting dosage dialed in for each patient.
3) Common Causes of Negative Cannabis Experiences
Sometimes a cannabis experience can lead to unpleasant side effects, such as nausea, anxiety, or panic attacks. Fortunately, these side effects are easy to avoid.
Watch below as Rachael Speegle, RN, talks about why this happens and how to address, mitigate, and avoid negative experiences.