*** ANNOUNCEMENT 03/12/2020***
With rising COVID-19 concerns, the CCIC has made the decision to cancel the 2020 conference as our key priority is the health and safety of our frontline health care practitioners and their patients. Registrants and sponsors/exhibitors of the conference, please stand by as we are still working out all the cancellation details. All registered parties will be contacted via email once these details have been determined. Our intention is to postpone this meeting to 2021. We would like to thank you all for your continued support of the CCIC and apologize for any inconvenience this cancellation has caused, but these are extraordinary times we are navigating. We look forward to seeing you all in 2021 and hope everyone stays healthy and safe.
The most comprehensive forum on the science behind cannabis, its potential therapeutic benefits and the societal and health impacts of legalization of non-medical cannabis from leading researchers and physicians in the field.
This event presents practical evidence-based education on cannabinoids in clinical practice. Participants will benefit from presentations by Canadian and internationally renowned experts in a two-day event featuring updates from key researchers and stakeholders. Canadian physicians and healthcare professional attendees will become up-to-date on the evolving regulatory system, educated on the current state of knowledge regarding the health effects of cannabis and familiarized with emerging research to provide safe and effective use of cannabinoids in clinical practice. The CCIC conference will educate health care professionals to foster accurate and evidence-based conversations with their patients on the health impacts of cannabis and will update researchers in the field on what the latest science says.
A New Update for Attendees!
For those unable to attend the conference in person, we have added a remote attendance option by joining a Webex meeting. This option will allow you to hear the speaker while viewing the presentation slides and questions can be submitted via chat during the Q&A sessions. This option is eligible for RCPSC Section 1 credits only under the registrant’s name.
Register here to attend remotely