A Foundation for Community, Research, Education, Access, Training and Empowerment
Created in 2017, The Global Health Initiative Foundation, located in Longmont, Colorado, manages corporate funds and charitable contributions. As a public charity, we work to address issues of concern in our communities, such as social and health issues affecting children and families, education as well as supporting community revitalization. We solve problems, develop partnerships and provide leadership to help build lasting, positive change in the global community.
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GHI Foundation Appoints New CEO
GHI Foundation is excited to announce the appointment of its new CEO, Associate Professor Kylie O’Brien PhD. Kylie has a diverse background, having worked in the fields of optometry, public health, Chinese medicine, and integrative medicine in Australia. She is a recognized international expert in integrative medicine and Chinese medicine, and recognized by the Australian government for her expertise in tertiary education and complementary medicine. With a background also in clinical practice and clinical research, she has been leading medicinal cannabis education in Australia. She brings a passion for helping people achieve optimal health and wellbeing through strategic, evidence-based integrative medicine solutions which empower individuals and communities through education and action.
Global Health Initiative
Delivering equity in health and value in community for all people worldwide
The Global Health Initiative was created to provide a platform for the advancement of clinical research into sustainable medical alternatives and distribution alliances to provide safe and legal access for patients of any means. Delivering quality training for medical professionals in the United States and Internationally, the Global Health Initiative is proud to launch Stage 1 of our education implementation strategy.
Training and Education
Global Health Initiative in collaboration with The Medical Cannabis Institute provides online training and certification for Physicians and Nurses. Listen, Learn and Watch experts cover the latest on the Science behind and Clinical Application of Medical Cannabis. Start a Course Today.
We at the Global Health Initiative want to continue the quest for helping people achieve better health. We are running our own ongoing studies researching how Cannabinoids, Cannabis, CBD and Medical Marijuana is helping people worldwide. If you would like to contribute to Science in exchange for access to premium sample products, please register for a study.
Research Library – A traditional tool for modern medicine.
Initially much of this website contains the Medical Cannabis Research Library and information regarding the use of cannabidiol, also known as CBD, medical cannabis including Industrial Hemp and U.S. state and international federally regulated marijuana. This information was compiled and curated by Dr. Helena Yardley (PhD Neuroscience and PhD Physiology) for Phoenix Life Sciences to donate to the Global Health Initiative to provide free access to medical professionals worldwide.
Welcome to Stage 1 – Mitchell Willis, Founder and Chief Executive
Medical Cannabis Research Library
“There is almost no physiological system that has been looked into
in which endocannabinoids don’t play a certain part.”
– Raphael Mechoulam – Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Faculty of Medicine
Feds now say they shouldn't have spent tax dollars to prosecute Washington medical marijuana growers
Federal prosecutors acknowledged that they shouldn't have spent money on the trial or appeals of the so-called Kettle Falls Five in Washington state. Read Full Article at: Cannabist Feds now say they shouldn't have spent tax dollars to prosecute Washington...
The cultivation of New Martha Stewart, of Hip-Hop Martha, of Martha the Queen of Dank Memes, has culminated in “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party,” with Season 2 set to debut on VH1. Read Full Article at: Cannabist Martha Stewart's transformation from home...
Maine's governor Gov. Paul LePage is proposing that lawmakers consider delaying recreational marijuana sales to 2019, rather than considering new regulations. Read Full Article at: Cannabist Maine gov proposes delaying recreational sales until 2019