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SEMINAR: THE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF MEDICAL CANNABIS-MD, Profesionales

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SEMINARIO PARA MÉDICOS, PROFESIONALES RELACIONADOS A LA SALUD Y MAESTROS

Si es paciente o padre de un paciente vaya a: https://cannabisprpacientes.eventbrite.com.

AUSPICIADO POR:

SÁBADO 1 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2018

SEMINARIO: THE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS OF MEDICAL CANNABIS (traducción simultánea disponible; ver detalles debajo)

HORARIO: 8:00 AM A 12:30 PM

RECURSO: Dra. Bonni Goldstein, autora del libro "Cannabis Revealed", con práctica médica dedicada al tratamiento con cannabis medicinal de pacientes pediátricos y adultos.

LUGAR: Anfiteatro Escuela Libre de Música Ernesto Ramos Antonini

3.75 a 4 HORAS CONTACTO

La presentación será en inglés y se enviará por email a todos los asistentes la semana después del seminario. Habrá traducción simultánea disponible por un costo de $10 extra por persona (incluye headphone).

CONTENIDO

7:30 AM – 8:00 AM

Registro

8:00 AM

Bienvenida y Pre-Prueba

Inicio “The Science and Applications of Medical Cannabis” (La Ciencia y Aplicaciones del Cannabis Medicinal)

I. Objetivos

II. Breve historia del Cannabis

III. El sistema endocannabinoide

VI. La planta de cannabis

VII. Métodos de administración

VIII. Tipos de productos de cannabis

IX. Aplicaciones Clínicas:

  • Autismo

  • Epilepsia

  • Dolor crónico

  • Ansiedad

  • Condiciones Inflamatorias / Inflamación

X. Dosificación y titulación (“titration”)

XI. Perfil de seguridad y efectos secundarios

XII. Resumen

XIII. Preguntas y Respuestas

XIV. Referencias

XV. Evaluación - Post Prueba Diagnóstica

12:30PM - Cierre

DEBE LLEGAR 7:30AM PARA REGISTRO.

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Entrada con CERTIFICADO DE EDUCACIÓN CONTINUA (3.75 HORAS Aprobadas por JLM): $50** hasta el 29 de noviembre. 30 de noviembre y 1 de diciembre $60*.

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CURRICULUM VITAE DRA. BONNI GOLDSTEIN

Education:

1982-1986: Rutgers College, New Brunswick, NJ B.A. Biology

1986-1990: UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Camden, NJ M.D.

Postdoctoral Training:

1990-1993: Internship and Residency, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA)

1993-1994: Chief Resident of Pediatrics, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA)

Responsibilities included:

  • Management of 80 interns, residents, rotating medical students
  • Scheduling all in-patient and out-patient services for 80 interns and residents
  • Provided weekly lectures to residents and medical students on current scientific literature pertaining to all aspects of medical care for pediatric patients
  • Attended and participated in weekly meetings for Quality Assurance and Utilization Management for CHLA
  • Weekly meetings with USC medical students for classroom and clinical instruction
  • Weekly in-patient Attending Physician rounds
  • Weekly out-patient clinic Attending Physician rounds
  • Daily meetings with senior residents to review all new admissions

Professional Experience:

1993-1994: Private Practice in Office of Dr. J. Lauricella and Dr. P Verette, Pasadena, CA

  • Delivered quality medical care to children and adolescents in private practice setting

1993-1994: Moonlighting Fellow, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles Community Health Center

  • Evaluated and provided treatment to children and adolescents for acute injuries and illness
  • Mentored and gave clinical instruction to medical students, interns and residents

1993-1994: Moonlighting Fellow, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit

  • Provided acute critical care treatment to pre-operative and post-operative infants, children and adolescents with life-threatening cardiac illnesses

1993-1994: Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics, USC School of Medicine, Los Angeles

  • Responsible for teaching medical students clinical skills for evaluation and assessment of pediatric disease and illness in low-income community clinics

1994-1996: Critical Care and Emergency Transport Attending Physician, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

  • Provided critical care evaluation services to ill infants, children and adolescents in the Southwest region of US
  • Provided physician-accompanied transport via ambulance, helicopter and plane for critically ill patients requiring emergent transport to tertiary care facilities
  • Worked effectively as leader of 5-person transport team, which included RN, RT, and EMTs

1996-1999: Urgent Care Physician, Kaiser Permanente, West Los Angeles, CA

  • Provided quality medical care to infants, children and adolescents in the Pediatric Urgent Care Department

1994-2003: Emergency Medicine Attending Physician, Pediatric Emergency Department Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

  • Provided quality medical care to infants, children and adolescents in the Pediatric Emergency Department of the LAC-USC Medical Center
  • Attending Physician overseeing pediatric interns and residents, family practice residents, emergency medicine residents, and USC medical students
  • Responsible for evaluating patients referred to LAC-USC from other hospital systems for tertiary care and arranging appropriate medical transport

2000-2003: Medical Author, ExamMaster (Published)

  • Created and developed clinically-based vignettes for pre-medical and foreign medical graduate exam preparatory courses

2002-2006: Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician, Little Company of Mary Hospital, Torrance, CA

  • Provided quality medical care to infants, children and adolescents in a private hospital emergency department setting

2006-2008: Owner and Founder, Brainiacs Science Discovery Center, Redondo Beach, CA

  • Developed curriculum including life, earth and physical hands-on science experiments for children ages 3 – 12 years
  • Provided on-site extracurricular science educational programs
  • Provided off-site (public schools, YMCA, Montessori schools) science educational programs

2008-present: Owner and Medical Director, Canna-Centers, Lawndale, CA Responsibilities include:

  • Consulting specialist in use of therapeutic medical cannabis
  • Developing policies and procedures for 5 state-wide clinics
  • HIPAA Privacy Official for 5 clinics
  • Providing HIPAA education to management and ancillary staff
  • Managing 6-physician medical group
  • Maintaining QA standards and best practices

2014 – present: Medical Advisor, Weedmaps.com

Publications:

Cannabis Revealed: How the world’s most misunderstood plant is healing everything from chronic pain to epilepsy” (Book published December 2016)

Sulak, Dustin, Russell Saneto, and Bonni Goldstein. "The current status of artisanal cannabis for the treatment of epilepsy in the United States." Epilepsy & Behavior (2017)

Awards:

2017 Medical Professional of the Year, awarded by Americans for Safe Access

Advisory Board Member:

Courtagen Medical Genomics, Woburn, MA United in Compassion, Sydney, Australia United Patients Group, San Rafael, CA

Memberships:

International Association of Cannabis as Medicine International Cannabinoid Research Society Society of Cannabis Clinicians

Licensure:

State of California (1991 - present) – no actions or complaints DEA (1992 - present)
Board Certification (1994, 2001)

Educational Seminars/Lectures:

  • “Medical Cannabis for Cancer Patients” presented yearly at the Cancer Support Community in Redondo Beach CA, 2010-2017
  • “Medical Cannabis for Phantom Limb Pain” presented at Southern California Prosthetics symposium, June 2013
  • “Medical Cannabis for Pediatric Epilepsies” presented at the Society of Cannabis Clinicians quarterly meeting September 2014
  • “The Science of Cannabis and Cannabidiol” series of lectures presented to parents of children with pediatric epilepsies in Los Angeles, Irvine and San Jose CA, multiple dates throughout 2014
  • “The Science of Cannabis” presented at the Florida Institute of Human and Machine Cognition, Pensacola FL, March 12, 2015
  • “Clinical Cannabis Practicum for Physicians” presented at Patients Out of Time Conference, West Palm Beach FL, May 21, 2015
  • “Cannabis Therapy for Pediatric Epilepsies” presented at Patients Out of Time Conference, West Palm Beach FL, May 23, 2015
  • “Medical Cannabis: Practical Treatment of Pediatric Patients for Epilepsy, Autism, Cancer, and Psychiatric Disorders” presented at CannMed 2016 conference, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, April 10, 2016
  • “Medical Cannabis Treatment for Adults and Children” presented at United in Compassion Medical Symposium, Sydney Australia, May 15, 2016
  • “Medical Cannabis Treatment for Children” presented at United Patients Group Conference, San Rafael, CA, May 21, 2016
  • “The Science of Medical Cannabis” presented at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 15, 2016
  • “Medical Cannabis Workshop: A Clinical Focus” presented at California Northstate University, Elk Grove, CA, January 29, 2017
  • “Cannabis Treatment for Autism and Epilepsy” presented at Society of Cannabis Clinicians quarterly meeting, March 12, 2017
  • “The Benefits of Medical Cannabis” presented at CannMed 2017 conference, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, April 10, 2017
  • “How to Legally Recommend Medical Cannabis to Your Patients” presented at CannMed 2017 conference, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, April 11, 2017

National Interviews:

  • Sports Illustrated “Smoke Signals: As Legalization of Pot Spreads, Should the NFL Lift it’s Ban?” February 10, 2014
  • Time Magazine “Cannabis Madness Revives Debate over Medical Marijuana and Epilepsy” March 12, 2014
  • Washington Post “ Marijuana research hampered by access from government and politics, scientists say” March 21, 2014
  • Huffington Post “This Family Had to Fire Their Doctor to get Medical Marijuana for Their Son” March 25, 2014
  • Daily News/San Gabriel Valley Tribune “Parents in world of children’s cannabis fear, desire regulations” April 6, 2014
  • MedicalDaily.com “The Weed Bowl: Seahawks', Broncos' Home States Have Legalized Marijuana, But The Flaws Of NFL Drug Policy Persist” September 21, 2014
  • NJ Star Ledger “Demands for medical marijuana research grow in NJ, nation driven by hopeful patients, families” September 21, 2014
  • Yahoo Health “Why Parents of Children with Epilepsy are Increasingly Turning to Marijuana” December 8, 2014
  • Washington Post “ A powerful new form of medical marijuana, without the high”, December 31, 2016
  • Los Angeles Times “Could the extraordinary compound in cannabis that helps kids with epilepsy make you feel better?” April 2, 2017
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