This video explores the increasing use of telemedicine in the healthcare system by discussing what it is, how it works, why it is important, and how to improve the technology. Telemedicine involves any activity where healthcare is provided from a distance, which involves the use of various forms of electronic information technology. The video then explains how the increasing use of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic helped to keep people safe while also maintaining the delivery of educational material. The people who benefit from the use of telemedicine is also discussed, as well as the settings it can be used in and the consent that needs to be involved in this process. General benefits and drawbacks are explained, and this is followed up by the future directions of this technology. This video was made by McMaster University Students Simran Chima, Adam Ismael, Natalie Brown, and Dhruvil Gore in collaboration with the Demystifying Medicine McMaster Program. We would like to also acknowledge the contributions of Dr. Darren Bridgewater, who provided guidance in the process, and Safaa Naiel, Brooke D’Mello, and Takuma Isshiki for additional guidance, insights, and support. #Telemedicine #Telehealth #Healthcare #HealthcareSystem #Technology #MedicalCare #DeminsitfyingMedicine #RaiseAwareness This video is for general and educational purposes only. Please consult your healthcare provider for information about your health. Copyright McMaster University 2023. References: Craig, J., & Petterson, V. (2005). Introduction to the practice of telemedicine. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 11(1), 3–9. https://doi.org/10.1177/1357633×0501100102 Doraiswamy, S., Abraham, A., Mamtani, R., & Cheema, S. (2020). Use of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic: Scoping review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22(12). https://doi.org/10.2196/24087 Frommer, M. H. (2002). Telemedicine: The next generation is here. Proceedings Academia/Industry Working Conference on Research Challenges ’00. Next Generation Enterprises: Virtual Organizations and Mobile/Pervasive Technologies. AIWORC’00. (Cat. No.PR00628). https://doi.org/10.1109/aiworc.2000.843293 Jin, M. X., Kim, S. Y., Miller, L. J., Behari, G., & Correa, R. (2020). Telemedicine: Current impact on the future. Cureus. https://doi.org/10.7759/cureus.9891 Wootton, R. (2001). Recent advances: Telemedicine. BMJ, 323(7312), 557–560. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.323.7312.557
2023 Farm Bill Definition of Hemp! In this video, we delve into the burning question of whether cannabis will be 100% legal in the US by 2024. Hold on tight as we explore the latest developments and potential future scenarios regarding cannabis legislation. You won’t believe what federal government’s attempts to suppress it!Join the conversation as we discuss the factors influencing the 99.3% legal status of cannabis in 2024 and what it means for the future. As advocates for cannabis, it’s crucial to stay informed about the evolving laws and regulations. So, hit that play button and let’s embark on this exciting journey together!Get in touch with us:🌱 We can help with your cannabis business. Here is our info.(https://bit.ly/m/collateral-base)🔔 Subscribe to CLN for more cannabis content! (https://bit.ly/2VJUAQr)💚 Become a member for exclusive perks! (https://bit.ly/2UavaLj)📚 Learn more about the 🥦 Industry! (http://bit.ly/3Jo4VIz)Thanks for watching!#Cannabis2023 #LegalizationNews #CannabisLegality #USCannabisLaws #CannabisAdvocacy #FutureOfCannabis #CannabisCommunity #LegalizeCannabis #CannabisReform #CannabisInsights
Many people believe that the Canadian healthcare system is perfect since it is free. But is it really? Not all medical treatments are covered and there are also several lesser-known costs to Canadian healthcare. In this video, we delve into these hidden costs. We begin by clarifying that the healthcare system in Canada, known as Canadian Medicare, is publicly funded, and universally provided to all citizens and permanent residents. However, not all medical treatments are free, and some services like dental care and prescription drugs require the patient to pay. Furthermore, transportation costs, particularly for rural and Northern communities, can be exorbitant. In addition, the time lost in waiting for appointments can also create significant barriers for patients. We examine the results of a survey by the Montreal Economic Institute which highlights the disparity between the high levels of satisfaction and the perceived inadequacy of the healthcare system among Canadians. The video also showcases the experiences and opinions of real Canadians and suggests potential interventions that can help reduce the hidden costs of healthcare. This video was made by McMaster University students Muskaan Natt, Ali Mohammad, Asiya Ali, and Jasiya Janjua in collaboration with the Demystifying Medicine McMaster Program. Special thanks to Simran Kaler, Abdullah Khan, Manpreet Kaur, and Jora Natt for their input and perspectives surrounding the Canadian healthcare system. #canadianhealthcare #canada #freehealthcare #hiddencosts #transportcosts #ruralcanadians #timeloss #virtualappointments 0:00-2:40 What is the Canadian healthcare system? 2:41-3:52 Opinions of real Canadians 3:53-6:04 Statistics regarding the Canadian healthcare system 6:05-7:57 Government implementations This video is for general and educational purposes only. Please consult your healthcare provider for information about your health. Copyright McMaster University 2023. References: Canada, G. of C. I. S. (2019, November 19). Medical transportation benefits for First Nations and Inuit [Resource list]. https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1574177172364/1574177196509 Canada, V. A. (2019, February 12). Health-related travel expenses—Veterans Affairs Canada. https://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/financial-support/medical-costs/health-related-travel-expenses CBC News. (2023). Skip the doctor, see a pharmacist: 13 conditions you can have treated at an Ontario pharmacy in 2023 | CBC News. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ontario-pharmacies-prescriptions-1.6698703 First Nations Health Authority (FNHA). (n.d.). Medical Transportation Benefit. Retrieved February 4, 2023 from https://www.fnha.ca/benefits/medical-transportation Government of Canada. (2023). Infrastructure Canada – Rural Transit Solutions Fund: Overview. https://www.infrastructure.gc.ca/rural-trans-rural/index-eng.html Ipsos. (2021, December 2). Canadians Largely Satisfied with Healthcare Syste, But Eager for Increased Access. https://www.ipsos.com/en-ca/news-polls/canadians-largely-satisfied-healthcare-system-eager-increased-access News, V. A. · C. (2019, March 20). Canadian health care’s ‘one issue per visit’ problem | CBC News. CBC. https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/second-opinion-one-problem-visit-1.5061506 News, Y. C. · C. (2020, November 27). Ont. Woman shocked to receive $12K air ambulance bill after emergency in Nova Scotia | CBC News. CBC. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/ground-and-air-ambulance-fees-health-care-universal-health-care-1.5817284 Seven in Ten Canadians (68%) Have Skipped Seeing a Doctor Due to Long Wait Times, Timeliness or Other Barriers. (2017, January 31). Ipsos. https://www.ipsos.com/en-ca/news-polls/seven-ten-canadians-skipped-seeing-doctor-due-long-wait-times The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company. (2023). What’s covered and what’s not by Canada’s Public Health Insurance Plan. https://www.coverme.com/blog/health/2022/government-health-insurance.html?province=ON&agecode=0 Tikkanen, R., Osborn, R., Mossialos, E., Djordjevic, A., & Wharton, G. A. (2020, June 5). International Health Care System Profiles Canada. Commonwealth Fund. https://www.commonwealthfund.org/international-health-policy-center/countries/canada#:~:text=All%20citizens%20and%20permanent%20residents,some%20coverage%20for%20targeted%20groups Wilson, C. R., Rourke, J., Oandasan, I. F., & Bosco, C. (2020). Progress made on access to rural health care in Canada. Canadian Family Physician, 66(1), 31–36. Winsa, P. (2022). Phone appointments with doctors can be life-changing. So why is Ontario devaluing them? | The Star. https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2022/11/10/ontarios-deal-with-doctors-devalues-phone-appointments-critics-say-paying-as-little-as-15-per-call.html
Health officials previously reported the state had about 50,000 people signed up for the low THC oil registry, but now they said that number is only 14,000.
Hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries are getting fines in the mail for having a sale that went over the legal limit between January and May of this year. News 4 spoke with a few dispensary owners who said it came as a shock and don’t know how they’re going to pay the money.
What’s the status of medical marijuana in Alabama? We spoke to a woman who’s been following the action.
The event will be held at the Clair Memorial United Methodist Church at 5544 Ames St. from 8 a.m. to noon. A $10 donation is requested.
As an officially registered medical cannabis patient in the state of Arkansas, I have created this video with the intention of providing educational content and reviewing various medical products related to my condition.Arkanas Cannabis Tags:arkansas, arkansas news, cannabis,marijuana in arkansas, northwest arkansas, cbs station arkansas, arkansas weather, arkansas breaking news, northwest arkansas news, arkansas marijuana, how to get a medical cannabis card in arkansas, medical cannabis, recreational marijuana arkansas, marijuana arkansas, cannabis oil, cannabist, cannabis research, cannabis pharmacy, arkansas medical marijuana, arkansas drugs, legal cannabis, local news arkansas, medical marijuana, medical, medicinal cannabis, medical cannabis uk, uk medical cannabis, medical cannabis nhs, medical cannabis for anxiety, medical cannabis for anxiety utah, cannibis, medical cannabis for anxiety and depression, medicinal marijuana, edible cannabis, cannabis news, voice and cannabis, discover cannabis, smoke cannabis, ibd and cannabis, cannabis stores, cannabis latest, uk cannabis laws, cannabis treatmentsLocal Store Tags:berners by good day farm, good day farm, gdf, cookies, natural relief dispensary, custom cannabis, greenlight, greenlight dispensary, native green, native green dispensary, harvest cannabis, arkansas natural products, enlightened dispensary, suite 443, fiddlers green, green springs medical, the treatment, hash and co, high bank cannabisLocal Cultivators Tags:canyon cultivation, cookies, good day farm, the clear, tical, wana edibles, wynk, bold, carpenter farms, revolution, river valley relief, natural state medicinals, nsm, soso, southern social cannabis club, tales & travels, mink & kimball, leafology, dark horse medicinals, osage creek, dark horse, smokiez, spring lake, wana quick, wana,Strain Review Tags:blue dream strain review, ice cream gelato strain review, lemon cherry gelato strain review, mac 1 strain review, northern lights strain review, pink runtz strain review, seed and strain review, ice cream cake strain review, london jelly strain review, the strain review, white runtz strain review, zkittlez strain review, apple fritter strain review, biscotti strain review, blues brothers strain review, do-si-dos strain review, mac strain review, novarine strain review, sour diesel strain review, white wedding strain review, cereal milk strain review, gelato 41 strain review, strawberry gelato strain review, temptation strain review, the widow strain review, black runtz strain review, blueberry cupcake strain review, butterstuff strain review, gastro pop strain review, hawaiian punch strain review, jealousy strain review, kush cake strain review, mimosa strain review, papa don strain review, purple punch strain review, runtz strain review, truffle monkey strain review, blackberry gelato strain review, bruce banner strain review, cap junky strain review, cinnamon buddha strain review, garlic cookies strain review, gmo cookies strain review, gush mints strain review, peanut butter strain review, purple truffle strain review, rs11 strain review, skywalker og strain review, wedding crasher strain review, wedding mints strain review, apples and bananas strain review, blueberry strain review, bubblegum runtz strain review, cadillac rainbows strain review, cherry gelato strain review, chimera #3 strain review, e85 strain review, florida sunrise strain review, grease monkey strain review, gummy buns strain review, kush crasher strain review, lavender gelato strain review, mac v2 strain review, maui wowie strain review, sfv og strain review, skywalker strain review, sundae driver strain review, sunset sherbet strain review, super runtz strain review, thin mint cookies strain review, trainwreck strain review, tropical cherry strain review, v6 haze strain review, zootiez strain review, strain review gorilla glue, strain review headband, astro pop strain review, chauffeur strain review, chemdawg strain review, designer runtz strain review, godfather og strain review, high society strain review, horchata strain review, jet fuel strain review, jokerz candy strain review, jungle lava strain review, morning dew strain review, pancakes strain review, pave strain review, project 4516 strain review, rainbow runtz strain review, strawberry cough strain review, wedding cheesecake strain review, zookies strain review, animal face strain review, animal mints strain review, animal runtz strain review, apple tartz strain review, diesel strain review
“It gives you a whole new way of looking at the day.”This insight from Peter Fonda in the cult film “Easy Rider” takes on a whole new meaning for many chronically ill individuals.Medical cannabis is cannabis whenever it is consumed not for recreational purposes but for the treatment or alleviation of a medical condition or complaint. In addition to medical marijuana therapy, medical cannabis is also available in the form of cannabis medications containing active ingredients such as Dronabinol.
Is that why Pete and Jay and David and wtf else were lurking around the house, instigating and manipulating my environment?!! … Thinking they can take my mail or something?!! Thank you god and others who intervened – this time – so I received my medical marijuana card 😇😅🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️🧏🏼♀️#aarp #aarpmedia #ethisphere #troweprice #moneymagazine #fortunemagazine #forbes #financialtimes #feedspot #dea #linkedin #cia #ptsd #trauma #retaliation #fbi #assertive #intelligent #deserving #independent #financiallysaavy#trulieve #curaleaf #muv #rise #sanctuarycannabis #sunnyside #wellingtoncbdcare 😇 #medicalmarijuanaadvocate #lastprisonerproject
The SAFER Act advances in the SenateThe Senate Banking Committee voted 14-9 on Wednesday to advance the Secure and Fair Enforcement Regulation (SAFER) Banking Act. This is the first time that a Senate committee has approved a marijuana banking bill, and it is a significant step forward for the cannabis industry.The SAFER Banking Act would allow banks to work with state-legal cannabis businesses without fear of federal penalties. This would provide a number of benefits to the cannabis industry, including:Reduced risk of crime and violence: Cannabis businesses would be able to use banks to deposit and withdraw money, which would reduce the need to keep large amounts of cash on hand. This would make them less of a target for criminals.Increased access to capital: Cannabis businesses would be able to apply for loans and lines of credit from banks, which would help them to grow and expand their operations.Reduced costs: Cannabis businesses would no longer have to pay high fees to use money services businesses (MSBs) to process their financial transactions.The passage of the SAFER Banking Act by the Senate Banking Committee is a positive sign for the cannabis industry. However, it is important to note that the bill still needs to be passed by the full Senate and House of Representatives before it can become law. It is also unclear when the bill will be considered by the full Senate.In the meantime, cannabis businesses will continue to face challenges in accessing banking services. However, the passage of the SAFER Banking Act by the Senate Banking Committee is a sign that progress is being made towards addressing this issue.This week we have guest speaker Dr. Matthew Nuesse joining us. Dr. Nuesse is a Certified Medical Examiner with nearly a decade of experience in drug testing and pre-employment medical examinations. He runs the largest YouTube channel specifically focused on federal drug testing. He co-founded the drug testing education course Exploroacademy.com.We have an all new Name That Strain and other titillating news stories from the week on Cannabis Legalization News.Get in touch with us: 🌱 We can help with your cannabis business. Here is our info. (https://bit.ly/m/collateral-base)🔔 Subscribe to CLN for more cannabis content! (https://bit.ly/2VJUAQr)💚 Become a member for exclusive perks! (https://bit.ly/2UavaLj📚 Learn more about the 🥦 Industry! (http://bit.ly/3Jo4VIz)#medicinalcannabis #cannabis#cannabislegalization
With time and stress, there may be changes to the cellular processes in our brain, which alter how our brain functions. For example, in Parkinson’s Disease, a type of neurodegenerative disorder, cells in a specific region of the brain begin to break down, leading to symptoms such as tremors. However, with emerging technology such as neuromodulation, researchers are exploring potential treatment options for conditions affecting the brain, including deep brain stimulation (DBS). This video explores the history of DBS, how it works, clinical applications, as well as current outcomes, and future research.This video was made by McMaster University students Mohmedsabir Gangdani, Hassan Khan, Josephine Ku, and Achsuthan Panchadcharam in collaboration with the Demystifying Research McMaster Program.This video is for general and educational purposes only. Please consult your healthcare provider for information about your health. Copyright McMaster University 2023.#neurotechnology #brain #brainscience #neuro #neuroscience #brainimplant #parkinsonReferences:https://doi.org/jwpghttps://doi.org/c37psxhttps://doi.org/fm6rm8https://doi.org/jwph https://doi.org/gnz7z9https://doi.org/f49pfrhttps://doi.org/gjd62shttps://doi.org/ggr2f6https://doi.org/gmhhwrhttps://doi.org/cfsxx6https://doi.org/jwpf https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/parkinsons-disease/causes/https://www.iowaclinic.com/webres/File/deep-brain-stim.pdfhttps://www.ninds.nih.gov/health-information/disorders/deep-brain-stimulation-movement-disordershttps://www.ninds.nih.gov/health-information/disorders/deep-brain-stimulation-movement-disordershttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK557847/https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/dopaminehttps://www.swissneurosurgery.ch/Siegfried_Jean https://www.alamy.com/cute-funny-human-brain-organ-character-and-dopamine-formula-in-speech-bubble-vector-hand-drawn-cartoon-kawaii-character-illustration-icon-brain-chemistry-dodamine-cartoon-character-concept-image431115951.html https://www.eans.org/page/BodoLippitz-Bio