A Resolution Regarding the Proper Scheduling of Cannabis in the U.S. Controlled Substances Act of 1970

ACNA Resolution on Whole Plant Cannabis

Purpose: The purpose of this resolution is to reiterate the ACNA support for patient access to whole plant cannabis.

Resolution Regarding Cannabis and the Human Endocannabinoid System: Education for Every Nurse

Purpose: The purpose of this resolution is to reiterate the ACNA support for evidence-based cannabis education to be made available to all practicing nurses and healthcare providers.

ACNA Position Statement on Concurrent Cannabis and Opiate Use

Purpose: The American Cannabis Nurses Association supports the monitored and controlled use of cannabis in conjunction with opiate administration for patients (either human or animal) who are suffering from severe pain, intractable pain, severe neuropathy or pain associated with terminal illness. Additionally, any patient on long-term opiate therapy should be evaluated for cannabis therapy to lessen the risk of adverse events associated with opiates. This position is justified by the evidence base of use patterns, the in-vitro research demonstrating the interaction of endocannabinoid receptors with opiate receptors, the potential severity of adverse events associated with long-term opiate use and the ethical responsibility of health care practitioners to advocate on behalf of their patients.

American Nurses Association (ANA) 2016 Position Statement on Cannabis

Purpose: The purpose of this statement is to reiterate the American Nurses Association (ANA) support for patients having safe access to therapeutic marijuana.


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