Sherry Yafai MD is a Cannabis and Emergency Medicine physician at Providence St. John’s Medical Center since 2009. Dr. Yafai started her medical career at UCSD Medical School graduating in 2005 and UCSD Emergency Medicine Residency in 2009. In 2017, after recreational marijuana laws had passed in California, Dr. Yafai opened her private Cannabis Clinic, the ReLeaf Institute, where she sees patients referred by physicians for cannabis education and treatment. Roughly 75% of her patients are over the age of 50 and prefer to use non-smokable Cannabis products.
She is the Co-Vice President of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians, the Director of Research and Development at High Sobriety, a member of the UCLA Cannabis Initiative and speaker for UCSD Center for Medical Cannabis Research. In 2018 she was accepted as an Adjunct Associate Professor at John Wayne Cancer Institute working with cannabis and cancer research.
Her most fulfilling role is with High Sobriety, a sober living facility that incorporates non-smokable cannabis treatment in the maintenance of sobriety for individuals who have had multiple failed attempts at sobriety. This innovative approach has paved the way for a new and effective pathway away from narcotics to help solve today’s opioid crisis. As Co-Vice-President for the Society of Cannabis Clinicians, Dr. Yafai works to educate physicians, clinicians, and other health care providers on the most up to date clinical data and research in the field of Cannabis.
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