Lisa Hedin: Cannabis Nurses Network
Lisa Hedin is the Founder and CEO of The Training Academy for Medical Cannabis. When medical cannabis and CBD started becoming more prevalent in the United States, she realized that there was a lack of education in the medical community. Lisa has spent most of her 25-year nursing career as an educator. She has been recently awarded “Clinical Educator of the Year” at a global meeting in Las Vegas. Lisa is the former Ms. North Carolina and Ms. USA. She was awarded the “Women of Distinction” by the Ms. America pageant system. That award was based on “Humanitarian Effort and Intelligence” with her platform for kidney disease awareness. She plans on doing that with Cannabis and what the plant has to offer.
Good News with Nurse Heather
Get ready to hear something good about Cannabis. Nurse Heather brings her eternal optimism and professional expertise to the stories of the day. Discussing current topics & events – making life’s lemons into sweet lemonade and sharing a tall glass with guests, friends, and her listeners – CannabisRadio dot com is happy to present “Good News with Nurse Heather” – the show infused with compassion and love.
Heather Manus is a native New Mexican and Registered Nurse specializing in all aspects of medical cannabis care. She is currently a board member of the American Cannabis Nurses Association, serving as Chairwoman for the ACNA conference committee. She also holds a certificate of completion for The Core Curriculum for Cannabis Nursing. Nurse Heather has shared her knowledge and assistance regarding cannabinoid therapies in Colorado, Massachusetts, California, Nevada, and Arizona.
She was honored to be a presenter and panelist for multiple conferences in 2013 and 2014. Her deep understanding, unique perspectives, and professional delivery make learning, a positive and enriching experience. In addition to educating, advising, and speaking; under Nurse Heather’s direction, the Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association was successful in petitioning and appealing for the inclusion of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a recognized debilitating condition under Arizona’s medical marijuana act.