Meghan Romero – The Cannabis Nurses Network
Meghan Romero BSN, RN joins us today on Good News With Nurse Heather to talk about her career and how Cannabis has affected her outlook on her career. As a Registered Nurse for 14 years, in Critical Care as a Designated Charge Nurse of a Critical Care unit managing patients and staff, and RN in Cardiac Procedures, She witnessed the effects of modern living and prescription drugs have had on the body. Meghan knew there had to be a better way to heal and treat patients. That when she began educating herself and exploring other treatment modalities. Through these experiences, she shifted her focus to Holistic therapies including yoga and Ayurvedic applications with emphasis on the Endocannabinoid System. Currently advocating and educating patients and potential clients in Cannabis Nursing and Therapies as the body has an endocannabinoid system regulating and maintaining homeostasis throughout the body. Mind, Body, and Soul Healing.
Good News with Nurse Heather
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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.
Heather began her career as a Registered Nurse by providing home health care services to patients in the Four Corners area of New Mexico, and acquired additional training and experience as a psychiatric nurse. Nurse Heather now enjoys being an occasional guest lecturer on medical cannabis for psychology students who study Drugs, Brain, and Behaviors. Her current position as a Cannabis Nurse Educator, speaker, and writer, requires Nurse Heather to stay up to date with all aspects of cannabinoid medicine; including standards, laws, research, trends, patient care and services.