Cannabis Nurses of Color (CNOC) is excited to announce its year-long partnership with Curaleaf, a leading international provider of consumer products in cannabis and hemp, as part of Curaleaf’s “Rooted in Good” Initiative.
Curaleaf’s Rooted in Good program has focused on setting industry standards around commitment to developing a more equitable, sustainable and diverse cannabis industry.
This May, Cannabis Nurses of Color (CNOC), the nation’s largest organization for BIPOC nurses in the cannabis industry will host its 1st Annual Day at the Capital, health policy summit. The May 13th event will create an opportunity for discussing current research and engage thought leaders on strategies to advance the National Council State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) recommendations and American Nurses Association (ANA) position statement from paper to policy. The Annual Day at the Capital , celebrates nurses week and will take place the day after the National Nurses March in Washington, DC.
According to Gallup Poll, nurses have been ranked the most trusted profession for 20 consecutive years. “We all know a nurse and have been treated by one. Imagine a nurse sharing with you the role of the endocannabinoid system and the scientific benefits of cannabis as medicine?” says Sandra Guynes, Cannabis Nurse and Co-Founder of Cannabis Nurses of Color.
CNOC’s 1st Annual Day at the Capital will allow nurses to learn and advocate with leaders in policy, research and advocacy space. According to Ivory Davis, Cannabis Nurse and Co-Founder of Cannabis Nurse of Color., “Any discussions regarding health policy should occur with nurses at the table.”
The 1st Annual Day at the Capital will be held, May 13th, 2022, 9am – 3pm in Washington DC
For more information and event registration visit…. www.cannabisnursesofcolor.com/capitalday
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