Patients Out of Time is committed to ongoing scientific research and education on cannabis therapeutics and its effectiveness for treating serious medical conditions,” said John, founder of Doobons.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 14, 2012
Co-sponsored by University of Arizona’s College of Nursing and University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine, Patients Out of Time will host its seventh educational conference on the medical benefits of therapeutic cannabis from April 26-28 in Tucson, Arizona. Medical marijuana resource Doobons.com will host an exhibit at the event and tweet event highlights on Twitter (@DOOBONS).
This conference will focus on the emerging science of the endogenous cannabinoid system (ECS). Patients Out of Time has identified the current cannabis research being conducted around the world and invited scientists and health care clinicians involved to present their findings at this accredited educational forum.
“Patients Out of Time is committed to ongoing scientific research and education on cannabis therapeutics and its effectiveness for treating serious medical conditions,” said John, founder of Doobons. “I started Doobons.com to give seriously ill patients approachable access to cannabis resources after I witnessed a terminally ill loved one recover after starting a cannabis regiment.”
The first full day of the conference, Friday, April 27, will commence with an overview of the endocannabinoid system in the morning. Distinguished healthcare professionals and patients will take the podium for the rest of the day to address the audience on their clinical work with cannabis therapeutics and its impact on medical conditions like glaucoma, neuropathic pain, stress disorder, chemical addiction and Schizophrenia.
For those who cannot attend the conference in person, the event will be available via Pay-Per-View for $9.99/ day. For more details in regards to Pay-Per-View please visit. http://www.ustream.tv/channel/patients-out-of-time
On Saturday, April 28, the conference will focus on cannabinoids and their effectiveness in treating cancer, including breast cancer and glioma cell cancer (which most often occurs in the brain and spine), and skin cancer. Speakers will also discuss their work using cannabis therapeutics to treat post traumatic stress (PTS(d)) and ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), and how it may prevent Alzheimer's Disease.
Founded by Mary Lynn Mathre, RN and her husband Al Byrne in 1995, Patients Out of Time organized its first of a series of biennial conferences in 2000 to educate health care professionals and the public about the health benefits of therapeutic cannabis. This year’s gathering will mark the organization’s seventh conference.
“The need is great,” said Mathre. “Although leading health care organizations like the American Medical Association (AMA) have expressed a need for more research and education involving the health benefits of therapeutic cannabis centered on evidence-based practice, there has been no formal education on therapeutic cannabis applications since the late 1930s.”
Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, healthcare professionals can receive continuing education credit for attending the conference. UCSF designates this educational activity for a maximum of 12.75 AMA PRA Category 1 credits.
The distinguished healthcare professionals scheduled to address the audience include:
- Dr. Donald Abrams (UCSF)
- Brian Becker, MD
- Al Byrne, COO and Co-founder of Patients Out of Time
- William Courtney, MD
- Vincenzo DiMarzo, PhD
- Melanie Dreher, RN, PhD
- Christopher Fichtner, MD
- Greg Gerdeman, PhD
- Mathew Hill PhD
- Dr. Andrea Hohman, PhD
- Julie Holland, MD
- Melanie Kelly, PhD
- Mary Koithan, PhD, RN
- Bryan Krumm, RN, CNP
- Martin A. Lee
- Mordechai Mashiah, MD
- Mary Lynn Mathre, RN, MSN Co-founder of Patients Out of Time
- John McPartland, DO
- Robert Melamede, PhD
- Amanda Reiman, PhD, MSW
- Cristina Sanchez, PhD
- Sue Sisley, MD
- Mark Ware, MD
- Andrew Weil MD
- Gary Wenk, PhD
“The CBDs in cannabis are good medicine for a variety of health issues, and every healthcare professional can benefit from this educational experience,” said John. “Doobons is proud to be a supporter.”
Doobons.com was designed to be convenient and to appeal to everyone, including those who are new to the world of medical cannabis. While most of today’s online medical cannabis directories are designed for patients who already know at least something about using medical cannabis, Doobons.com is designed to be user friendly for patients of all ages and experience levels.
Doobons.com is more than just another online medical marijuana directory. The site’s News, Resource, and Blog pages provide valuable information and advice for patients and caregivers. The information posted helps new patients learn about the ins and outs of the world of medical cannabis, and existing patients stay abreast of developments.
The five-star-rated Doobons marijuana app is now available for free on the iTunes app store for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad that runs on iOS 4.3 or later.
Doobons.com is an online medical marijuana resource for prospective and current patients, caregivers and medicinal cannabis industry professionals. The medical cannabis resource site is designed be a comprehensive source of information for everyone from novice medical cannabis users to experienced industry professionals. Doobons.com is discreet, safe and professional.
About Patients Out of Time
Patients Out of Time's mission is to educate health care professionals and the public about the therapeutic use of cannabis and the emerging science on the endocannabinoid system.
For more information about Doobons.com, call (415) 524-8099 or go to Doobons.com online. The best way to stay informed about developments on Doobons.com is to "like" them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/DOOBONSCOM/211376972233726 and "follow" them on Twitter @DOOBONS.
For more information about Patients Out of Time, call Al Byrne or Mary Lynn Mathre, RN (434) 263-4484 or go to MedicalCannabis.com online. The best way to stay informed about developments on Patients Out of Time is to “like” them on Facebook at Patients Out of Time and “follow” them on Twitter @PatientsOutTime.