A recent survey confirms that cannabis education is not available in mainstream medical schools at either undergraduate or graduate levels.
Schools must intentionally create inclusive learner-focused and empowering environments to assist underrepresented in medicine (URM) students to thrive.
The majority of medical marijuana patients do not consider their primary care physicians a good source of information regarding cannabis.
Prescribing a Schedule 1 drug would place a physician at risk of having his or her DEA registration revoked.
If you feel reluctant to discuss the possible benefits you can experience from cannabis use, here is some advice on how to raise the topic with your doctor.
Medical professionals must adjust their operating procedures for marijuana users, especially if your procedure involves anesthesia.
Published in the highly regarded Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) this week, Morris’ op-ed documents how medical institutions have failed to teach clinicians how cannabis could help their patients.
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