Cannabis: A Clinician's Guide (CHES)
This course is only for CHES practitioners.
Written for clinicians by a dietitian who first worked with cannabis in 1981 in India, this book helps you understand the endocannabinoid system in the body, plus efficacy, dosing, regulations. Includes use for neurological disorders, cancer, CV, liver function, mood disorders, and palliative care. It contains the most recent research. 18 contributing authors.
Choose between two options:
CHES Program ID # SS114228_CCG15 Max CHES 15 hours / Advanced MCHES 4 hours
CHES Program ID # SS114228_CCG25 Max CHES 25 hours / Advanced MCHES 6 hours
1.1.1 Define priority population to be assessed
1.1.5 Apply ethical principles to the assessment process
1.2.3 review related literature
1.2.4 identify gaps in the secondary literature
1.4.1 identify and analyze factors that influence behaviors
1.4.3 identify the impact of emerging social, economic and other trends on health
1.2.6 Determine the validity of existing data
2.3.11 Apply ethical principles in selecting strategies and designing interventions
3.1.6 Comply with legal standards that apply to implementation
1.1.4 Apply theories and or models to the assessment process
4.2.14 Apply ethical principles to the research process
4.3.1 Identify existing data collection instruments
7.3.7 Identify factors that influence decision makers
Why we chose this book
This topic is of great interest to the public and thus health professionals must learn more about the pros & cons of CBD, THC, hemp, and the various methods of usage.
About the author
Betty Wedman-St. Louis, PhD, RDN specializes in digestive diseases, bariatric surgery, cancer, and multiple chemical sensitivity. She has been in practice over 40 years as a clinician, author, and instructor.