Office of Medical Cannabis Reportings

Office of Medical Cannabis Reports

Intractable Pain Patients in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program: Experience of Enrollees During the First Five Months

  • Comprehensive report on the experiences of the first five months of intractable pain enrollees. Chapters include: Patient/Caregiver/Healthcare Practitioner descriptive information including patient's primary cause of intractable pain, Medical cannabis use patterns, Benefits including reduction of pain medication, and Adverse side effects. Appendices include verbatim comments from patients and healthcare practitioners on benefits, adverse side effects, and other clinical observations.

Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program: Patient Experiences from the First Program Year

  • Comprehensive report drawing on enrollment information, surveys, and patient self-evaluation data completed prior to each medical cannabis purchase. Chapters include: Patient/Caregiver/Healthcare Practitioner descriptive information, Frequency and duration of medical cannabis purchases, Medical cannabis use patters, Benefits, Adverse side effects, Affordability, and Suggestions for improving the program. Extensive appendices include verbatim comments from patients and healthcare practitioners on benefits, adverse side effects, and suggestions for improving the program.

Early Survey Results from the Office of Medical Cannabis - May 2016 (PDF)

  • This report shares results from surveys of patients who enrolled in the program during its first three months and their certifying health care practitioners. A focus of the survey is a rating by the patient of overall benefit and overall negative impact to them from their participation in the program - and parallel assessments by the patient’s certifying health care practitioner. Respondents were also asked to describe the benefits and the negative impacts. Make sure to spend some time reviewing the appendices, where the respondents’ own words are shared.

 

Updated Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 01:42PM