Cannabis Resources for Medical Professionals
As legalization continues to change the perception of cannabis, education backed by scientific research has become a key aspect of the movement for enthusiasts, first-timers, and legislators. These publications will provide stories, insights, and evidence-based medical literature on the various benefits of medical cannabis.
Medical Cannabis Handbook for Healthcare Professionals
The goal of this book is to provide the basic science and clinical information necessary to make the practicing physician feel comfortable answering questions about cannabis as well as recommending it as a medication.
Fast Facts about Medical Cannabis
Designed as a quick and easy reference for doctors and nurses, this is the first book to discuss the use of medical cannabis in helping combat the opioid crisis, relieving pain, and reversing opioid addiction rates. With the information presented in short chapters with bulleted content, this concise resource delivers all the information healthcare professionals need to know about non-cancer-related chronic pain, the opioid crisis, and medical cannabis.
CBD: What You Need to Know: 2nd Edition
From renowned medical cannabis researcher Dr. Gregory Smith, CBD: What You Need to Know is the best-selling, patient-focused and scientifically supported book for people who want to learn the truth about CBD. This book delivers all the information and facts needed to select a high-quality CBD medication from the sea of poor-quality products currently available. Dr. Smith keeps this book relevant by intermingling updated science with personal stories from his practice over the past two decades.
THCV: The Anti-Munchies Appetite Killer
Following the success of the best-selling, widely accessible guidebook on CBD (CBD: What You Need to Know), Dr. Gregory Smith now offers the first ever patient-focused, scientifically-supported book for those who want to learn about the benefits of THCV, a relatively novel cannabinoid with incredible potential for weight loss and diabetes treatment. THCV has several unique effects on the body, causing the exact opposite of the ‘munchies’ by blocking the CB1 receptors in the brain that are associated with hunger, as well as providing a natural means of regulating blood sugar levels.
Medical Cannabis: What Clinicians Need to Know and Why, Basic Science & Clinical Applications
Prior to the publication of this textbook, there had been no serious, in-depth textbook for training clinicians and medical students about the clinical applications, efficacy, and monitoring of medical cannabis. Medical Cannabis is an indispensable resource for primary care physicians, family practice physicians, internists, pain specialists, oncologists, geriatricians, medical students, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and others with advice on recommending and prescribing medical cannabis to their patients.
Malpractice: A Novel
Dr. Chad Collins and his close friend Dr. Juan Velasco are caught up in a conspiracy at King-Clemente HMO. Mel Levine, president of the HMO and his cohort of unethical doctors, lawyers and accountants have discovered a way to deny medical care and increase profitability. By by-passing medical decisions and using the Final Review process designed by lawyers and accountants, they can calculate when it is cost-effective to refuse care or delay it. After various twists and turns Chad gets caught trying to download the vital information that he needs to uncover the conspiracy.