create MOVENOTE podcast(created by a female) for medical marijuana legalization powerpointmovenote podcast has to be created by a female following transcript(attached). please add in summary on summary slidein video please show eye contact, plain background and not so close to camerahere is a example : https://www.movenote.com/v/BAGBZ9Seqolkewill submit today but may need slight revision after today after peer reviewmovenote is created on movenote.comWEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
B
Introduction
Policy Issue
Movenote
Group B: Kimberly Danielle, Ashley Scott, Barbara Griffiths, Sherene Lewin
Kaplan University
MN506: Health Policy, Ethical, and Legal Perspectives of the Healthcare System
Professor Shari Redden
December 10, 2016
Government
Response
Assessment
Proposed Bill
Advocacy
Implementation
Summary
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
(“Medical Marijuana”, 2015)
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Policy Issue
B
Introduction
Marijuana & Healthcare
Policy Issue
• Marijuana continues to be controversial in healthcare
Movenote
• THC and cannabinoid have positive effects
Government
Response
• There are side effects or risks of use
Assessment
• Can offer therapeutic benefits for some disorders
Proposed Bill
• It is believed that marijuana cannot be fatal
Advocacy
Implementation
Summary
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
(“American Cannabis Nurses Association”, 2016)
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Movenote
B
Introduction
Policy Issue
Movenote
Government
Response
Assessment
Proposed Bill
Advocacy
Implementation
Summary
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
Press Conference (Movenote podcast with transcript and PowerPoint or Prezi).
Creating a Movenote Instructions
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Government Response
B
Introduction
Some Government Cooperation
Policy Issue
• No prosecution if state law is followed
Movenote
• Several states unsuccessful for medical marijuana legalization
Government
Response
Assessment
Effects of Federal Illegal Status
Proposed Bill
• Medical dispensaries cannot deduct business expenses
Advocacy
• Financial institutions face risk when
Implementation
dealing with marijuana business
Summary
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
The DEA denied the petition to reschedule marijuana
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Proposed Bill
B
Introduction
Policy Issue
Movenote
Proposition: Medical Marijuana for Critical Medical
Conditions
This is a proposition for a Missouri bill
Government
Response
Recommendation: allows the use for individuals with critical
Assessment
medical conditions
Proposed Bill
Critical condition determined by: Physicians, Physician
Advocacy
Assistant or Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Implementation
Treatment for patients with: Epilepsy, Cancer, Glaucoma,
Summary
HIV/AIDS, PTSD, Chronic pain, Anxiety, ALS, Multiple
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Crohn’s disease
Credits
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Assessment
B
Introduction
Policy Issue
Legislative and Policy-Making Strategies that Influence
Healthcare
Movenote
• Drug Enforcement Administration classified marijuana as a
Government
Response
Assessment
Proposed Bill
Advocacy
Implementation
Summary
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
Schedule I drug
• Reclassification of marijuana was attempted and unsuccessful
• 28 states in the USA still legalize medical marijuana
• Proven to be useful in medically controlled environments
• An extensive research to be conducted
• Development of new technologies currently underway
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Advocacy
B
Introduction
Changes are Important
Policy Issue
• Treatment Benefit the patients
Movenote
• Treatment is cost effective
Government
Response
• Less dependency on Opioids
Assessment
Proposed Bill
Nurses as Advocates
Advocacy
• Educating the community with reliable resources
Implementation
• Research for policy and procedure on usage/
Summary
Ad
Hoc
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Credits
storage of Marijuana
• Advocate for patients, family and community
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Implementation
B
Introduction
Statewide Implementation
Policy Issue
• Focus on policy changes on a state level
Movenote
• Join Cannabis Nursing Associations for partnership in policy
Government
Response
Assessment
Proposed Bill
Advocacy
Implementation
Summary
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
changes
• Coordinate lobbying efforts with local groups
• Encourage nursing research on medical marijuana
• Continue educating legislators on benefits of medicinal marijuana
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Summary
B
Introduction
Policy Issue
Movenote
Government
Response
Assessment
Proposed Bill
Advocacy
Implementation
Summary
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
Summary of the project.
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Credits
B
References
Introduction
American Cannabis Nurses Associaation (2016). Retrieved from http://americancannabisnursesassociation.org
Policy Issue
Belyea, D. A., Alhabshan, R., Del Rio-Gonzalez, A. M., Chadha, N., Lamba, T., Golshani, C., & Dan, J. A.
(2016). Marijuana use among patients with glaucoma in a city with legalized medical marijuana use. JAMA
Ophthalmology, 134 (3), 259-264. doi:10.1001/jamaophthalmol.2015.5209
Movenote
Government
Response
Brassard, A., & Smolenski, M. (2011). Removing barriers to advanced practice registered nurse care: hospital
privileges. Insight on the Issues, 55(3), 1-12. Retrieved from:http://assets.aarp.org/rgcenter/ppi/healthcare/insights55.pdf.
Assessment
Wetterau, N. (2015). Two views: medical marijuana. Medical Marijuana- can we do no harm? New York Family
Medicine News, 16-20. Retrieved from CINAHL Complete Database.
Proposed Bill
Cavalet, J. V. (2016). The highs and lows of medical marijuana. Clinician Review, 26(10), 40-53.
Advocacy
Cerdá, M. W. (2014). Medical marijuana laws in 50 states: investigating the relationship between state
legalization of medical marijuana and marijuana use, abuse and dependence. Drug and alcohol dependence,
120(1), 22-27.
Implementation
Consumer Reports (2016). Up in smoke, 81(6), p37-39. Retrieved from MasterFILE Premier Database.
Summary
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
Drug Enforcement Administration (2016). Headquarter news. Retrieved from
https://www.dea.gov/divisions/hq/2016/hq081116.shtml
Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization, Amendment 2 (2016). Initiative Design. Retrieved from
https://ballotpedia.org/Florida_Medical_Marijuana_Legalization,_Amendment_2_(2016)
Ghosh, T., Van Dyke, M., Maffey, A., Whitley, E., Gillim-Ross, L., & Wolk, L. (2016). The public health
framework of legalized marijuana in Colorado. American Journal of Public Health, 106(1). doi:
10.2105/AJPH.2015.302875
WEBQUEST
Medical Marijuana
Credits
B
Introduction
References Cont.
Policy Issue
Huff, C. (2016). Medical marijuana: the challenge for physicians. Medical Economics, 93(2), 6165. Retrieved from MEDLINE Complete Database.
Movenote
Nix, W. E., & Knight, R. A (2016). Medical marijuana dispensaries face a harsh reception in federal
court. CPA Journal. Retrieved from MasterFILE Premier Database.
Government
Response
Medical Marijuana. (2016). Momentum (Ohio Board of Nursing), 14(3), 16-17
Assessment
Miller, R. (2006). Problems in health care law (1st ed.). Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
Proposed Bill
Shohov, T. (2003). Medical use of marijuana (1st. ed.). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Advocacy
Shu-Acquaye, F. (2016). The unintended consequence to legalizing marijuana use: the banking conundrum.
Cleveland State Law Review, 64(2), 315-328.
Implementation
Wicentowski, D. (2016). It’s official: no medical marijuana on 2016 Missouri ballot. Retrieved from www.
http://m.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2016/09/20/no-medical-marijuana-on-2016-missouri-ballot
Summary
Wetterau, N. (2015). Two views: medical marijuana. Medical marijuana- can we do no harm? New York
Family Medicine News, 16-20. Retrieved from CINAHL Complete Database
Ad
Hoc
Credits
Credits
.
Introduction
Medical marijuana is a health care associated use of the main drug substance marijuana
that is inclined to act as a stimulant as well as a depressant. According to recent studies,
Marijuana accrued various medical benefits that suit to treat as well as ensure good health
to those that use it for medicinal purposes. Legalization of its use for medical purposes has
raised several questions. Today I will discuss this controversial topic of
medical marijuana legalization. To begin, I am going to review the
current policy on medical marijuana.
Policy Issue
The use of marijuana continues to be a controversial topic in healthcare. Marijuana contains
Tetrahydrocannabinol that have been found to have positive effects. THC causes euphoria,
appetite stimulation, and analgesia. The conent of THC, however, can vary, which complicates
research regarding long-term side effects of use. Cannabidoil lacks psychoactive effects, but has
anti-inflammatory and antiemetic effects. Evidence has suggested that cannabidoil may have
antipsychotic properties (Cavalet, 2016).
As with any drug, there are side effects of marijuana use, such as dental caries, bronchitis and
cough (from the smoking route), tachycardia, peripheral vasodilation, hypotension, syncope,
decreased sperm count, impaired ovulation, short term memory loss, and exacerbation of acute
psychosis (Cavalet, 2016). Marijuana provides therapeutic benefits for conditions such as
glaucoma, seizures, nausea, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimers, and HIV/AIDS. These benefits
include pain relief, increased appetite, weight gain, and decreased nausea. The autonomic
nervous system is not stimulated by marijuana, so it is therefore believed that marijuana use
cannot be fatal. No deaths have ever been reported from marijuana overdose (Cavalet, 2016).
Medical marijuana is not legal in all states; Missouri being one state where it is not. There have
been failed attempts at getting the issue one the ballot for voting, but without luck in doing so.
Despite the research so far that shows the benefits of medical marijuana, legislators have not
been willing to budge on this issue. The fight to legalize medical marijuana in Missouri
continues. This presentation will present a proposed plan leading to legalization in Missouri.
Government Response
The governments response to this conundrum has not been favorable for patients looking to get
their much needed treatment. Probably the biggest setback has been due to the DEA denying the
petition to reschedule marijuana. Currently, medical marijuana still remains a schedule I
controlled substance because it does meet the necessary criteria for medical usage (Drug
Enforcement Administration, 2016). Unfortunately, without a change in the scheduling of
medicinal marijuana, the drug will remain federally illegal.
With the federally illegal status, this makes it challenging for patients and providers alike, even if
the state finds it legal. For example, one historical court ruling took place in 2015 and found that
a medical dispensary was not able to deduct expenses for a business that consists of trafficking a
controlled substance that is prohibited by federal law (Nix & Knight, 2016). Ultimately this
decision effects the patients, as these type of implications could force dispensaries out of
business if they are not offered the same type of business options that all other business owners
have available. Even financial institutions face risk adverse issues when dealing with a
legitimate marijuana business. Shu-Acquaye (2016) recommends that Congress should create
federal consistency to help with this issue.
On a positive note, the government has shown some cooperation with the legalization of medical
marijuana. Specifically, there has been memorandums issued stating that there will be no will
federal prosecution with medical marijuana related activity; as long as practices are in
accordance with state medical marijuana laws. The laws are strict, in that if a provider
recommends marijuana in a state where it is not legal, the courts will reject these arguments
(Huff, 2016).
The minimal cooperation of the government has also led to poorly state run marijuana programs.
For example, Columbia University recently evaluated the different state run marijuana
programs. They found that only 9 states out of the 24 evaluated had enough standards set for
their program to qualify as medical. The types of standards evaluated were the certification
exams, and prescription-drug monitoring system (Consumer Report, 2016). As the providers see
the lack of standards, this has made some physicians reluctant to certify prospective marijuana
patients. In addition, liability insurance providers do not cover the recommendation of medical
marijuana as it is not a FDA- approved medication and treatment, thus adding to the scarcity of
providers (Consumer Report, 2016).
As the government response has been poor and environment of medical marijuana is complex,
several agencies are working diligently to coordinate efforts to create a quality system. Colorado
is one of the most established states with marijuana standards. Colorado’s government agencies
including: human services, transpiration, environmental health and health care coverage (to name
a few) are now working together on marijuana issues. “This broad, multi-sector collaboration
has been essential for addressing the wide variety of concerns associated with marijuana
legalization and for ensuring consistent messaging across the state” (Gosh, 2016, p. 26).
.
Assessment
The Drug Enforcement Administration that classified marijuana as a Schedule I drug,
defined by 1970 Controlled Substances Act, as a drug with a high potential for abuse and no
accepted medical use (Cerdá, 2014). The Food and Drug Administration can revoke this measure
depending on whether it is suitable for medical use or not. The Congress can reclassify
controlled substances, along with the president asking the Attorney General, who controls the
DEA, or the FDA oversaw by the Health and Human Services Secretary to initiate rulemaking to
reclassify them.
The Compassionate Access Research Expansion and Respect Status (CARERS) Act, in
2015, would have reclassified marijuana under Schedule II next to morphine and oxycodone but
was denied. This act would have levelled Marijuana as a substance with the highest potential for
abuse. Despite this, 28 states in the USA still legalize medical marijuana, including Columbia
that legalized it for specified medical conditions. Several studies have been done on the effects of
the drug, and have confirmed that it could be useful in medically controlled environments
(Miller, 2006).
The utilization of the drug into the medical sector will require that an extensive research
is conducted, and this has even been carried out by individual hospitals. Consequently, some
states in the US have already legalized the use of marijuana in the medical setting. The
legalization of marijuana will not only lead to improvements in the healthcare industry, but will
also provide job opportunities, which will benefit the country’s economy. For instance, the
development of new technologies is currently underway. Most of the technologies have been
adopted to ensure the safe use of the drug (Shohov, 2003). The future of marijuana legalization
in several states is still vague but promising to the next generation.
Proposed Bill
Just Missouri alone has had a challenging time attempting to even get medical marijuana on the
ballot. Just 23 signatures short, medical marijuana did not make the cut (Wicentowski, 2016). In
an effort to propose a new bill, mirroring another state that has experienced the similar setbacks
could be beneficial. Florida, for example was denied medical marijuana in 2014. Although just
this year, a bill was passed at second attempt, allowing marijuana prescribed for debilitating
illnesses (Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization, Amendment 2, 2016).
Proposition: Medical Marijuana for Critical Medical Conditions
Our proposition would allow the use of medical marijuana for individuals with critical medical
conditions as determined by a licensed Missouri Physician, Physician Assistant or Advanced
Nurse Practitioner. Medical marijuana would qualify as a treatment option for patients with:
epilepsy, cancer, glaucoma, HIV, AIDS, PTSD, chronic pain, anxiety, amyotrophic lateral
sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and Crohns disease.
Advocacy
Healthcare is evolving on a daily basis for the best out of the patients with the best
treatment possible. Pharmaceutical companies are always researching ways to improve
medication to treat patients’ illness. The best practice and best outcome from drugs are their goal
for patient’s medical conditions. Research has proven that Medical marijuana has vastly
impacted patients’ lives by targeting and treating the symptom.
Evidence based practice had proven that patients benefits from the use of medical marijuana.
As, this herb is natural, in comparison to the opioids that are filled with chemicals, that can cause
cascading effects, there will be less side effects from medical marijuana. “Intentions to use
marijuana were not based on severity of disease but on false beliefs about the role of marijuana
in the prevention and treatment of glaucoma, perceptions that marijuana should be legal, lower
perceptions of the relevance of costs of treatment, and lower satisfaction with current glaucoma
management” (Belyea et al., 2016).
When the general population hear the word Marijuana, the first thing that comes to mind is street
drugs, illegal drugs, and with this mythology in mind many people will fear the use of
Marijuana. Nursing are trained to care for the patients, and personal view can prevent treatment
and hinder patients from potential healing. Nursing should care for patient without bias or being
judgmental, and administering medical Marijuana should not be any difference.
“Ancient Egypt and India used cannabis for hemorrhoids, insomnia, headaches, and
gastrointestinal disorders and for pain. Ancient Greeks used cannabis to dress wounds, treat
nosebleeds and expel tapeworms. It was also used as a diuretic, antiemetic, antiepileptic, antiinflammatory, analgesic, and as an antipyretic….. reduce pain, disturbed sleep, nausea, vomiting
and spasticity” (Wetterau, 2015). These are some of the information nursing should be
knowledgeable about to educate the patients. If a patient is present with a history of street
marijuana use, and now seek to medical help from marijuana, then the physicians would have to
find other alternatives, other side effect can be withdrawal, and dependency.
There are policies that nurses need to know in order to better educate the patients. They must
also know the proper storage of the marijuana as it can be a potential item for theft. Nurses need
to know the class of this drugs, and if it handle the same as opioids and store using the same
policy. “The Board of Nursing will continue to monitor legal developments regarding
legalization of MJ, whether for recreational and/or medical purposes, and provide updated
information to prescribers and licensees”
Nurses should communicate with each other, through in services, workshops, webinars and
verbally, in order to gain the best and latest evidence base information on medical marijuana.
Nurses have the opportunity and resources to impact healthcare practice and delivery, improve
the profession of nursing, and advocate for optimum health and well-being of its citizens
(Adamson et al., 2011).
Implementation to Policy Change
With the poor government response thus far on a federal level, it would be best to focus
on state implementation of medicinal marijuana policy. Although, some states have already
legalized medical marijuana, many states have not. Even in the states that have legalized medical
marijuana, many of their polices need amendment. For instance, some states do not allow for
usage of medical marijuana for chronic pain. This has left the many patient still in need of this
medication. To implement this change nurses must come together through partnerships in other
organizations and grow their support for this change. In addition, fostering new and continued
research for this cause is imperative to the growth and development of medicinal marijuana
patient usage. This research data will be key to the education of the public and legislators of the
benefits. Through the partnerships, lobbying, research, and fostering education, statewide
implementation of this policy should be successful.
Summary
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Instructors: Enter values between 0 and 4 in the ye
Content Rubric
Introductory
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Public Policy Issue. address any or all of this
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governments
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problem has been
and what has been
done in terms of
laws, rules,
regulations, or
programs. If the
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making strategies
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state or federal level, section.
advancing your
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opportunities nurses
have to become
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program.
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paragraph or a sentence or two
that are out of place or other
minor organizational issues. A
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hard to understand. Meets
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citation style. All sources
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generally make authorship
clear.
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all sources using APA style.
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such as a misplaced running
head or margins may occur.
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  • Click “CREATE ACCOUNT & SIGN IN” to enter your registration details and get an account with us for record-keeping and then, click on “PROCEED TO CHECKOUT” at the bottom of the page.
  • From there, the payment sections will show, follow the guided payment process and your order will be available for our writing team to work on it.