Discover which cannabinoids and terpenes are effective for treating specific conditions, how routes of administration might benefit or exacerbate issues, conditions or patient patient populations that are contraindicative, and common drug-drug interactions.
Review patient assessment considerations and principles of cannabinoid product dosing, and use the condition-specific information in this guide to properly assess your patients and develop an appropriate and individualistic treatment plan.
Use a set of protocols to offer quality treatment and care to patients and quality training to clinical staff. These protocols provide a standard that you and your organization can follow and audit, will reduce the effort of patient documentation, and can contribute to the legal protection for you and your healthcare organization.
Eloise Theisen, AGPCNP-BC, is a board-certified Adult Geriatric Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years’ experience in nursing. She started her own cannabis practice in 2014 and she has treated over 7000 patients using cannabis. Eloise was one of the first healthcare professionals to bring a clinical dosing regimen to the cannabis space and has assembled the knowledge and data to use cannabis to treat a broad range of conditions and disease, especially those that commonly afflict seniors—pain, insomnia, anxiety, and depression. Eloise is the President of the American Cannabis Nurses Association and will serve as President through 2022. Eloise is currently an instructor at the Pacific College of Health and Science, San Diego and the Chief Nursing Officer at Leaf411.org.Email
Timothy is a researcher, writer, and curriculum developer with over 20 years’ experience writing, editing, and developing content. Prior to Radicle Health, Timothy co-founded The Agathist Collective, a consulting and delivery service that helped members—most of whom were seniors—use cannabis to treat chronic and age-related illness. Prior to working in cannabis, Timothy worked for 15 years for Oracle and PeopleSoft as an information architect, technical writer, and curriculum developer. Timothy has a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Michigan and a M.S. in Cannabinoid Sciences from the University of Maryland. Timothy is currently an instructor at the Pacific College of Health and Science, San Diego and at Oaksterdam University in Oakland, CA.Email