San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
ATECAM Holistic Nursing Conferences
We are offering 5 contact hours to NJ, PA, and NY Nurses but all are invited!
What Nurses Need to know about Medical Cannabis!
Evidence now shows that the properties of cannabis can be used to treat a variety of illnesses. Now that cannabis is legal in over 24 States, including New Jersey and Pennsylvania, it is more important than ever for healthcare professionals to understand how the properties of this plant work, and how it can be used safely and effectively. This conference will discuss the properties (and misunderstandings) of the cannabis plant, the different ways it can be used as a medicine, and the scientific evidence, as well as the many legal hurdles patients and healthcare providers still face when trying to obtain this medicine.
Registration & Refreshments
Rothrock Library Alumni Center
Medical Marijuana: State and Federal Laws
Kenneth Wolski MPA, RN
Executive Director of the
Coalition of Medical Marijuana of New Jersey
The Endocannabinoid System, "Entourage Effect", THC/CBD
Jahan Marcu PhD
Director of Research and Development at
Green Standard Diagnostics Inc.
Medical Marijuana: Delivery Methods, Administration and Medical History
Eileen Konieczny RN
President of the American Cannabis Nurses Assocation
Applying the Nursing Process to the Cannabis Patient
Leslie Reyes-Waddington RN
Hemp Oil: Nutritional Versus Medicinal
Terrence Shenfield BS, RRT-RPFT, AE-C
President of ATECAM LLC
Awarding of Certificates
When & Where
Terrence and Annalee Shenfield
Continuous education for nurses, PA social workers, and NJ Massage therapist in holistic/integrative medicine. We are a provider of nursing education granted by the Pennsylvania State Nursing Association.
5 PA, NJ, and NY Nursing and NJ Massage therapist contact hours are awarded
This activity has been approved by the Pennsylvania State Nursing Association to award contact hours. The Pennsylvania State Nursing Association is accredited as an approver of continuing education by the
American Nursing Credentialing Center's
Commision on Accreditation.