Mariavittoria Mangini, PhD, FNP has written extensively on the impact of psychedelic experiences in shaping the lives of her contemporaries, and has worked closely with many of the most senior investigators in this field She has been a Family Nurse Midwife for 35 years, and has been in primary care practice with Frank Lucido MD, one of the pioneers of the medical cannabis movement, for 24 years. Their practice was one of the first to implement the California Compassionate Use Act of 1996, the first state medical cannabis initiative. She is one of the founders of the Women’s Visionary Council, a nonprofit organization that supports investigations into non-ordinary forms of consciousness and organizes gatherings of researchers, healers, artists, and activists whose work explores these states. Her current project is the development of a Thanatology program for the study of death and dying.
2018 Session 3
- Current Psychedelic Research: A Resurgence of Interest
- Medical Cannabis Patient Education For Safe And Effective Use