Editorial Information

Editorial Information

Cannabis Patient Care magazine is an educational resource for patients, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and caregivers on the latest research, benefits, and treatment options cannabis provides for a variety of illnesses. Each issue of the publication will focus on a specific disease or ailment that cannabis has been shown to be an effective remedy for. The brand will cover the current research, patient testimonials, medical perspectives, and advocacy work. Our mission is to educate the medical community on the viable treatment options patients are experiencing with cannabis and the on-going research into cannabis and cannabinoids world-wide.

Information for Authors/Contributors:

We are currently seeking authors or contacts related to the subjects listed below. For articles focused on the latest research in a given area, please follow the guidelines below for Review Articles.

If you have an interesting story to share from a patient, doctor, nurse, caregiver, or advocate point of view, please contact the Editorial Director.

Meg L'Heureux
Editorial Director

2021 Topic Areas

  • Chronic pain
  • Seizure Disorders
  • Cancer
  • PTSD/Mental Health- veterans focus

Review articles
Review articles survey recent developments and the latest research findings in a given area. Manuscripts should be ~3500-4500 words long. We urge authors to submit a proposal to the editor before completing a manuscript.

Manuscript Preparation:
For papers with multiple authors, designate a single author to handle correspondence. Include this author's full mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address in the e-mail message that accompanies the manuscript. Before submitting the completed work, authors are urged to review manuscripts for clarity of expression, details of grammar, and typographical accuracy.

Key words or phrases
All manuscripts should include a list of approximately five key words or phrases.

Review manuscripts should be presented in an abbreviated scientific format and should include the following:

Abstract: Very brief (100-150 words). Mention subjects studied, methods used, principal observations made, and conclusions reached.

Introduction: Without repeating published information, discuss the relationship of your work to previously published work. Describe the novelty or importance of the research presented.

Experimental: If applicable, please explain about the research or experiment was conducted

Results and discussion: Focus your comments on the potential impact of these findings for the medical cannabis community or the need for further research, stress the practical importance of your findings.

Conclusion: Summarize the main points of your article, state important conclusions or recommendations.

Begin each of the following on a separate page: title page (with each author's name, affiliation, and title), abstract, the first page of the text, references, captions for illustrations, and tables. Titles should be short, specific, and clear. Beginning with the first page of text, number each page consecutively.

If figures or other illustrations in a manuscript have been published previously, the author is responsible for obtaining permission to republish.

Each figure should be placed on a separate page, at the end of the manuscript. Figures should not be distributed throughout the manuscript. Provide figure captions on a separate page, each identified by its proper number and title.

In addition to including the figures in the manuscript, please also attach a separate file for each figure, in the original file format (.jpg, .tiff, etc.) or embedded in PowerPoint or Excel.

Refer to photographs, line drawings, and graphs in the text using Arabic numerals in consecutive order (Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.). Omit all figures that do not enhance the reader's understanding of the text. Do not include photographs of commercial instruments. Figures must be submitted in a high-resolution file.

Each table should be placed on a separate page. Refer to tables in the text by roman numerals in consecutive order (Table I, Table II, etc.). Every table and each column must have an appropriate heading. Table number and title must be placed in a continuous heading above the data presented. Omit tables that contain information already included in the text.

Literature citations in the text must be indicated by Arabic numerals in parentheses. Number each reference separately in the order in which it appears in the text. List cited references at the end of the manuscript in the order of their appearance in the text not alphabetically. Designate submitted articles as in press only if they are formally accepted for publication and give the future volume number and year, if possible. Use unpublished work otherwise, giving the date when the work was completed. For personal communications, include name and date.

Use the following format for references:
(1) J.L. Rafferty, J.I. Siepmann, and M.R. Schure, J. Chromatogr. A 1223, 24-34 (2012).
(2) L.R. Snyder, J.J. Kirkland, and J.W. Dolan, Introduction to Modern Liquid Chromatography, 3rd Ed. (John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2010), pp. 405-497.

Where to Submit Manuscripts:
Send manuscripts for Cannabis Patient Care to Meg L’Heureux at mlheureux@mjhlifesciences.com (telephone: +1-732-346-3051).

Publishing Schedule:

The digital magazine will be published four times in 2021 starting in March. Subsequent issues will be published in June, September, and November 2021.

Editorial Advisory Board:

Cannabis Patient Care’s Editorial Advisory Board is a group of distinguished individuals assembled to help the publication fulfill its editorial mission to educate the medical community on the viable treatment options patients are experiencing with cannabis and the on-going research into cannabis and cannabinoids world-wide. To see a full list of our board members, please visit [insert link to EAB page]