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Medicinal Cannabis For Autism Spectrum Disorders - A FREE Patient Education Webinar
Join our webinar to listen to medical and scientific expert presentations discussing Autism Spectrum Disorders, how cannabinoid medication may help, patient testimonials, answering patient in-webinar questions, and much more.

This webinar will cover everything from discussing Autism Spectrum Disorders and what are the current treatment options in Australia; the Endocannabinoid System and how Phytocannabinoids interact with the body; MC formulations and dosage forms; scientific evidence from pre-clinical to patient studies; to current Australian clinical trials.

MEET THE PANEL:

* SPECIAL INTERNATIONAL GUEST SPEAKER: Dr Bonni Goldstein, Paediatrician, Medical Director and Owner at Canna-Centers Wellness & Education: Current treatment options, Endocannabinoid System/Phytocannabinoids, evidence & human trials, treatment outcomes.

* Dr Barbara James, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Nest Family Clinic: Cases studies and experiences with prescribing MC.

* Dr Stephen Chalk, GP Cannabinoid Prescriber, Key Largo Medical Centre: Case study.

* Jason Jordan interview w Kat, mother of patient : Patient experience with MC for

* Jason Jordan interview w Birt, father of patient: Patient experience with MC

* Sharlene Mavor, Medical Cannabis Research Australia, Medical Scientist: Current Australian clinical trials and studies

Date: Tuesday 4th May 2021, 7:00pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

Duration: ~1 hour, 30mins (depending on Q&A)

Venue: The comfort of your own home (it's a webinar!)

May 4, 2021 07:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Dr Bonni Goldstein
Paediatrician, Medical Director and Owner @Canna-Centers Wellness & Education
In 2008, Dr. Goldstein developed an interest in the science of medical cannabis after witnessing its beneficial effects in an ill friend. She has since helped thousands of adults and children with chronic and serious medical conditions achieve a better quality of life with the use of cannabis medicine. Dr. Goldstein received her undergraduate education at Rutgers College, and earned her medical degree at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She completed both her internship and residency, serving as chief resident, at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. Dr. Goldstein was a Clinical Instructor in Pediatrics at USC School of Medicine in Los Angeles, Emergency Transport Attending Physician at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, and Emergency Medicine Attending Physician in the Pediatric Emergency Department at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center.
Dr Barbara James
Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist @Nest Family Clinic
- Completed medical degree at the University of Melbourne 1998 - Undertook Internship and Residency initially at the Austin Hospital, and subsequently at the Alfred Hospital, in a variety of roles - Completed Psychiatric training in General Adult Psychiatry with Advanced Training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry through the Alfred Hospital in 2007 - Joined the Adolescent Team Service at Albert Rd Clinic in 2008, and subsequently established a private practice specializing in the psychiatric care of children and adolescents. Through her work at Albert Rd Clinic, Barbara has developed a collaborative approach to the care of children and adolescents and finds liaison with and referral to other health care professionals often adds important ideas as they recover from episodes of mental illness. Individualised therapy, as well as family therapy, is often a key component of care, Barbara is experienced in providing this therapy.
Dr Stephen Chalk
GP Cannabinoid Prescriber @Key Largo Medical Centre
Steve studied medicine at Oxford University and King’s College, London and after working in the UK moved to Joondalup Emergency Department. He relocated with his wife to Albany to complete his general practice training, gaining further experience in community palliative care, aboriginal health, paediatrics and minor surgical procedures.He also spent time in the local hospital ED and wards. His interests include men’s health, minor surgery, pain management and preventive health. He is qualified in dermoscopy and has a special interest in mole checks and early skin cancer detection.