Benefits of becoming a member
- Members are granted access to resources of the Consortium.
- Members are entitled to receive notice of, attend and vote at any meeting of the Consortium.
- Members may be eligible for funding support from the Consortium if qualifying for a particular funding competition.
- Members are entitled to be on the CCIC email list and receive regular electronic communications and newsletters.
Member category descriptions
Membership in the Consortium shall be available to: Licensed active Canadian Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists; Researchers (PhD) affiliated with a Canadian university or recognized institution.
Allied healthcare professionals not qualifying as a member; Scientists with a research interest relevant to cannabinoid therapeutics; Non-practicing physicians; and Physicians practicing outside of Canada.
Supporter: Trainee Associate
Undergraduate, Graduate (Masters or PhD), Post-Doctoral Trainees in any related field of study or research; Residents and Fellows.
Observer status shall be accorded to individuals who have demonstrated a sustained interest in the mission of the Consortium, but who do not qualify for Membership or as non-member Associates. Examples of Observers may include: pharmaceutical company employees, trainees in unrelated fields of study, patients, members of activist groups or interested persons from non-medical backgrounds.