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Call for Papers: Veriheal Invites Submissions for Cannabis Research and Education

The Veriheal Squad

by The Veriheal Squad

April 3, 2024 08:00 am ET Estimated Read Time: 2 Minutes
Fact checked by Kymberly Drapcho
Call for Papers: Veriheal Invites Submissions for Cannabis Research and Education

Cannabis is more legal now than ever before. Yet, it remains under-researched and stigmatized. The “Cannabis Education and Research Collection” seeks to close the gap between cutting-edge research and public knowledge of the plants’ vast potential by highlighting the perspectives and expertise of the next generation of cannabis professionals who will push the industry forward in the coming decades.

You’re invited to submit a paper for possible publication by Veriheal in our “Cannabis Education and Research Collection.” Veriheal is a healthcare technology company that is the largest facilitator of medical marijuana cards in the nation. Our accompanying blog aims to provide comprehensive education, resources, and knowledge regarding a wide variety of topics related to cannabis and alternative wellness. 

For this collection, we welcome research on a range of themes, including but not restricted to:

  • Discoveries around cannabinoid pharmacology and the medicinal benefits of the cannabis plant
  • The impact of cannabis legalization from a social science perspective 
  • BIPOC experiences in cannabis education and research 
  • Innovations in cannabis growth and cultivation 
  • Cannabis use by special populations, such as adolescents, pregnant people, individuals with mental health disorders, and older adults, among others
  • The chemical composition of cannabis strains, profiling cannabinoids, terpenes, and other phytochemicals, and exploring their potential synergistic effects on therapeutic outcomes
  • Implications for the future of public health, including patterns of use, prevalence of cannabis-related disorders, access to healthcare services, and public perceptions of cannabis use. 

If you’re a current student who is a member of a cannabis-related major or doing research about cannabis within your field, we want to hear from you. Papers should be approximately 1000-1500 words in length and formatted according to the Associated Press Stylebook.

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