About Cannabis Nurse


Cannabis Nurse serves as more than just a place to learn about cannabis. It’s an educational resource for physicians, staff, and community agencies. Standing tall to usher in responsible cannabis reform laws and guide the growing community in the right direction is where you’ll find Cannabis Nurse. Business, industry, community, and government are all sectors merging together in the green sector of cannabis. Smoothly integrating these groups together is necessary in laying strong foundations for the future of the multi-billion-dollar cannabis industry. 

Cannabis Nurse Mission

Cannabis Nurse mission

"The mission of Cannabis Nurse is to bridge the knowledge gap between traditional and cannabis medicine. Our experienced team of certified and dedicated professionals will provide cannabis education to patients, medical professionals, and the community. It is our goal at Cannabis Nurse to lead the way in cannabis education and provide a positive stigma for the cannabis industry."

Cannabis is medicine and Cannabis Nurse is here to help usher in a happy, healthier, greener tomorrow through cannabis education.  

How Cannabis Nurse Can Help


Cannabis Nurse has the experience necessary to help each of these sectors achieve their fullest potential. Growing together we can cultivate success. Cannabis Nurse is here to help with the following:

Medical Cannabis Counseling

Cannabis Regulations and Compliance

Cannabis in Hospice and Palliative Care


Guest Speaking

The Cannabis Nurse Team

Cathleen S. Graham


Founder and CEO

Cannabis Nurse Founder Cathleen Graham knows medicine and cannabis. She’s more than a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Registered Nurse she’s also the Regional Weekend Service Operations Manager for one of the nation’s largest hospice programs. 

She brings more than two decades of experience and professionalism in healthcare to the table. Cathleen is a nationally-respected speaker, educator, and leader in the field of end-of-life care. 

Nurse Cathleen has cared for many patients whose life journey was positively affected by cannabis. She has taken their cause to a state and national level and is an effective advocate for patients’ rights. 

Cathleen has testified on numerous health care issues before committees of the Michigan House and State Senate. Being on the front lines of medical cannabis in Michigan gives Cannabis Nurse an edge when it comes to serving the community cannabis is cultivating

Amy Jo Terry


Director of Education

Amy Jo is a certified RN and CHPN in the state of Michigan with over 30 years of experience in hospice and home care.  Until 2018 Amy Jo worked as an education and research specialist with the Hospice of Michigan program at NorthStar Institute. 

Amy Jo is also a member of the Hospice and Palliate Care Nurses Association, the National Home Care Association and previously served as the Secretary for the West Michigan Hospice and Palliative Care Association. She also previously served as a chairperson for the Michigan Home Health Association Quality Improvement Committee. 

Amy Jo brings years of experience and firsthand knowledge of the medical community in Michigan and as Education Director is a valuable part of the Cannabis Nurse team.