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About Regina Nelson, M.L.S.; Ph.D.

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Regina Nelson is a Ph.D. student at Union Institute and University concentrating on Ethical and Creative Leadership studies and interdisciplinary research within the medical cannabis movement. Her educational background consists of undergraduate and graduate level Interdisciplinary degrees: a B.A. from Vermont College (1998) and an M.L.S. in Leadership from the University of Oklahoma (2002). In 2012, Ms. Nelson published her first peer-reviewed article, Framing Integral Leadership within the Medical Cannabis Community. She has also presented a peer-reviewed conferences hosted by the International Leadership Association and now the International Cannabinoid Research Society. Ms. Nelson is a founding officer of Cannabis Patient Network Institute (CPN Institute), a patient-led and driven membership organization desiring to build awareness of the endocannabinoid system and cannabis’ use as medicine and champion community-based research projects; as well, as Integral Education and Consulting, LLC with new and exciting educational organization launched in 2014. Nelson is the author of “Theorist-at-Large: One Woman’s Ambiguous Journey Into Medical Cannabis” available through pre-sales at www.IntegralEducationandConsulting.com or www.CPNInstitute.Org.

Posts by Regina Nelson, M.L.S.; Ph.D.:

Legalize Food: An Honest Approach to Cannabis Legalization

Legalize Food: An Honest Approach to Cannabis Legalization

Four years ago this month, I was preparing to enter an Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program at Union Institute and University; my December was consumed with reading philosophy and required theory. I often stopped reading (each time my head would nearly explode) and wondered if I had lost my mind taking on this graduate program. The components […]

Cannabis Beats Placebo: CBD Promising for Treating Brain Damage in Preemies

Cannabis Beats Placebo: CBD Promising for Treating Brain Damage in Preemies

Earlier this year against the advice of many, I submitted an abstract to present at the International Cannabinoid Research Society’s 2014 Symposium. Not only was this Social Scientist selected from among over 300 other doctoral students, the remainder having the required Endocannabinoid Science experience I simply do not have, but I was one also of […]