Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Phoenix, Arizona - Mar 21, 2017 - During November 2016, voters had their say on Proposition 205, which aimed to legalize cannabis for recreational use within Arizona’s borders. The state’s citizens decided against it, but the battle between ‘yes’ and ‘no’ was far closer than people expected, given that Arizona used to be a very conservative state.
Perhaps it is due to California’s iconic acceptance of recreational marijuana. Perhaps it is due to a younger generation becoming more politically involved. Whatever the reason behind it, one thing is for certain: Arizona is becoming more liberal in terms of its political views.
As of September 2016, the state of Arizona is home to approximately 100,000 medical marijuana patients. Medical cannabis has been proven to be an effective treatment for the following conditions: cancer, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s), Crohn’s, Alzheimer’s, cachexia or wasting syndrome, severe and chronic pain, severe nausea, seizures (like epilepsy), and severe and persistent spasms (like multiple sclerosis).
Some medical professionals are reluctant to incorporate medical cannabis into their practice, as they are uninformed about dosages to recommend, what ailments can be effectively treated, and what state regulations they are required to adhere to. Fortunately, there are many who are preemptively seeking to educate themselves.
Healthway Education Systems offers in-depth, comprehensive education in medical cannabis to individuals who attend its informative seminars. Caregivers and those who operate dispensaries are also able to benefit from education in medical cannabis, as it will offer them the knowledge necessary to utilize medical cannabis as safely and effectively as possible.
The course, which will be located at The Black Canyon Conference Center Phoenix, AZ 85021 – 9440 N. 25th Avenue, begins at 8:30 AM and lasts until 3:30 PM. Attendees should arrive by 8:00 AM in order to register.
This activity is jointly provided by Global Education Group and Healthway Education Systems, and has been approved to provide participants with 6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits, which can be used to satisfy the annual license renewal requirements that medical professionals have.
The seminar will feature medical professional Dr. Gregory Smith, MD. Smith is widely acclaimed throughout the medical cannabis industry for the publication of one of the field’s first medical textbooks that has been peer-reviewed, called “Medical Cannabis, Basic Science & Clinical Applications.” Dr. Smith’s expansive 30-year career, half of which was spent working in California, has provided him with extensive insight on the medical cannabis industry. Dr. Gregory Smith’s knowledge of medical cannabis and its properties will serve as a fantastic primary resource for those who attend Healthway Education’s event in Phoenix.
In order to safely recommend medical cannabis to patients, professionals must first attain the necessary information before it can be suggested as a treatment option. Be sure to take advantage of this unique opportunity that offers participants the chance to interact with an established expert in the medical cannabis space.
In order to register for Healthway Education’s exclusive, comprehensive seminar, call 1-888-994-8495 or visit healthwayeducationregistration.com
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About Healthway Education Systems
Healthway Education Systems is the Premier industry leader in Accredited Medical Cannabis Education, Nationally and Internationally. Healthway Education Systems specializes in Certified Training and Accredited Education for healthcare providers, administrators, patients, and cannabis industry professionals.
Healthway Education Systems bridges the gap between state medical marijuana programs, medical education, and responsible patient care.
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