ACNA is seeking webinar abstracts from novice and experienced nurses and their associates who are engaged in the study or practice of cannabis nursing practice at any level. Register and submit your webinar abstract for review at the link below. For more information, contact [email protected]View Submission Guidelines

An informative webinar on crafting an abstract with well-developed learning outcomes and objectives may be found here


Archived Webinars

Missed a webinar? View archived webinars listed below. Members can view these webinars for free in the member center.


What to Expect During the Medical Marijuana Certification Visit with Your Provider- NON-MEMBERS ONLY

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee Town Hall
Available Free!

How to Develop Professional Cannabis Learning Outcomes- NON-MEMBERS ONLY

Journal Club: A Discussion on Strengths and Limitations of Two Cannabis-Impaired Driving Detection Methods

Learners will need to read the article Strengths and Limitations of Two Cannabis-Impaired Driving Detection Methods: A Review of the Literature to follow along with recorded group discussion.
Ginsburg B. C. (2019). Strengths and limitations of two cannabis-impaired driving detection methods: a review of the literature. The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse45(6), 610–622. https://doi.org/10.1080/00952990.2019.1655568, reprinted by permission of the publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd, http://www.tandfonline.com 

Cannabis Safety Terminology & Label Reading Skills - NON-MEMBERS ONLY

Decriminalization & Descheduling: The Current State of Legislation
Available Free!

Cannabis Terminology for Nurses - NON-MEMBERS ONLY


Hemp - THC - CBD - Cannabis - Endocannabinoids: What’s All the BUZZ?- NON-MEMBERS ONLY


Cancer and Cannabis in 2021 - NON-MEMBERS ONLY

Medical Cannabis 101: From the Show-Me State - NON-MEMBERS ONLY

Best Practices for Cannabis Research (sponsored by CannaKeys)- NON-MEMBERS ONLY

Bridging the Gap: An Introduction to the NCSBNs - NON-MEMBERS ONLY

Pharmacology of Cannabis Therapeutics CE Webinar Recording - NON-MEMBERS ONLY

The Endocannabinoid System for Nurses Webinar Recording - NON-MEMBERS ONLY




ACNA Webinar Cancellation Policy


Registered attendees are required to notify ACNA at the earliest possible opportunity if they are unable to attend a course. ACNA can issue refunds for only those cancellations received at least 3 business days prior to an event date.

Attendees can transfer a registration fee to a substitute attendee.  It is the responsibility of the attendee to locate a substitute.  ACNA can refund payment to an attendee only after a substitute successfully registers and submits payment prior to the start of the class.  ACNA will provide substitution options only if there is an existing waitlist and if a substitute can successfully register and submit payment prior to the start of the class.

If for any reason, ACNA must cancel an event, all attendees will be issued notice in writing and will receive a full refund within 10 business days of the course date.

ACNA cannot accept substitutions or cancellation, and cannot issue refunds, if:

  • An attendee misses a session. For a completion certificate, attendees must attend the full educational session.
  • A registered attendee who cannot attend fails to contact ACNA at least 10 business days before the event date.
  • An attendee fails to receive webinar instructions due to e-mail bounce or firewall protection.
  • There is a system incompatibility issues at the attendee side.
  • There event must be rescheduled by the speaker.  ACNA will make every effort to accommodate attendees in the event of an unplanned reschedule.
  • An attendee cannot attend an entire session due to any technical issues at attendee site.
  • An attendee is, for any reason, unsatisfied with the presentation or content of the educational session.