Oncology Nursing News Interviews Eloise Theisen, Medical Cannabis Faculty Member

September 7, 2021 Lindsay Fischer with Oncology Nursing News recently interviewed Eloise Theisen, RN, MSN, AGPCNP-BC, current president of the American Cannabis Nurses Association (ACNA) and a member of the Pacific College medical cannabis program faculty, for their podcast “The Vitals”. They discussed the possible benefits and challenges of medical cannabis for cancer, as well …

Pharmacy Podcast Network Interviews Eloise Theisen, Medical Cannabis Faculty Member, on Cancer Pain

July 1, 2021 Joseph Friedman of CannaRPh Consultants and the CRx Magazine Advisory Board interviewed Eloise Theisen and Joe Jeffries on the potential of cannabis for cancer pain and the conundrum therein. Theisen is a faculty member at Pacific College of Health and Science’s medical cannabis program and president of the American Cannabis Nurses Association; …

Insider Cites Eloise Theisen, Medical Cannabis Faculty Member, on Edibles

June 16, 2021 Ashley Laderer, writing about the benefits and risks of weed edibles for INSIDER, cited Eloise Theisen on what people actually mean when they talk about edibles, how long they last, and what they can do. Theisen is a faculty member at Pacific College of Health and Science’s medical cannabis program and president …

Cannabis Patient Care Interviews Eloise Theisen, Medical Cannabis Faculty Member, on Stigma and Chronic Pain

June 2, 2021 Recently, Madeline Colli of Cannabis Patient Care, an educational resource for patients, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, caregivers, and advocates on the latest cannabis research, benefits, and treatment options, interviewed Eloise Theisen on the stigma she has encountered surrounding the use of medical cannabis to treat chronic pain. Theisen is a faculty member at Pacific …

Acupuncture Effective for Insomnia in Cancer Survivors

In a new study, the largest of its kind to date, researchers compared the effectiveness of acupuncture and cognitive behavioral therapy (using sleep restriction, stimulus control, cognitive restructuring, relaxation training, and education) for the management of insomnia in a group of 160 cancer survivors. Both reduced the severity of the insomnia over 20 weeks, and …