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Medicinal Cannabis: Chronic pain management and navigating the prescription maze

Medicinal Cannabis: Chronic pain management and navigating the prescription maze

31 August 2017 6:00 pm - 01 September 2017 7:45 pm

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Webinar

 

Webinar - Medicinal Cannabis

 

Medicinal Cannabis
Chronic pain management and navigating the prescription maze

with Justin Sinclair

 

There are numerous causes of chronic, intractable pain and a number of pharmaceutical agents on offer as treatment. But growing evidence supports the use of medicinal cannabis for pain, with reported fewer side effects than other more conventional drugs. Pharmaceutical cannabis comes in the form of oils, tinctures and other extracts and medical practitioners are now able to access these preparations for their patients.

 

ACNEM is offering you the opportunity to hear from an expert about the use of medicinal cannabis for the treatment of pain and how to navigate the number of legislative and regulatory checks in place across Australia's states and territories.

  

About Justin

M.HerbMed (USyd) BHSc (Nat)(UNE)
ND DBM DRM Dip Nutrition
MNHAA MATMS

 

Justin Sinclair is a Pharmacognosist and Educator, and has spent decades exploring the diverse field of herbal medicine, both from a scientific and traditional ethnopharmacological perspective.

 

Working in education since 2003, Justin has taught across a wide variety of subjects encompassing medical sciences such as anatomy, physiology, integrated pharmacology and clinical pathology to plant specific sciences such as pharmacognosy / phytochemistry, herbal manufacturing and medicinal botany. He has worked as a research and development consultant to the educational and healthcare industries since 2006.

 

Key areas of study in his Masters degree with the Faculty of Pharmacy at Sydney University were toxicology, pharmacognosy, analytical phytochemistry, medicinal botany and pharmaceutical technology.

 

Over the last decade, his research interests encompass Medicinal Cannabis, cannabinoid based pharmacology, novel drug development, full spectrum plant extracts and plant based pharmacology for pain, inflammation and immune modulation.

 
Webinar | Medicinal Cannabis
Thursday 31 August, 6pm AEST
Duration: 1 hour - 45 minutes of presentation with 15 minutes Q&A
$50 ACNEM Members | $75 non-members | $10 ACNEM Student Members
 
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