The Medical Cannabis Real-World Evidence study
MC-RWE Study under Dr. Hance Clarke is recruiting patients and prescribers evaluating genetically verified medical cannabis products and validated patient-reported outcomes.
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For more information, go to our website
From here, you can learn more about e-portal access, or download a copy of the medical document to be faxed
To contact the study coordinator, reach out to the study coordinator at 416-340-4800 x 4251 or Email at email@example.com
If you’re ready to sign on to the e-portal as a recruiting prescriber, click here
Cannabis in the treatment of anxiety disorders
The MacAnxiety Research Centre at McMaster University (http://www.macanxiety.com/) is currently recruiting patients for an 8-week research study using cannabis oil capsules, where we hope to evaluate how CBD or a combination of CBD and THC may be used to improve the symptoms of anxiety disorders.
The principal investigator is Dr. Michael Van Ameringen
The study is being conducted at MacAnxiety Research Centre in Hamilton, Ontario
For additional information, please call (905)921-7644, or
This study has been reviewed and approved by the Hamilton Integrated Research Ethics Board under REB# 5748
Research Opportunity: Study to determine blood levels in people who are using cannabis to treat their osteoarthritis pain
Osteoarthritis is a common condition, and it can affect how people are able to move and function, and their quality of life. There are treatments available to help manage osteoarthritis, but many people still have pain and are turning to alternative medications to help. We are conducting a study to learn more about using cannabis to manage osteoarthritis pain.
You may be eligible to participate in this study if you have osteoarthritis in one of your joints and are using cannabis to treat the pain.
The study will involve completing two surveys and collecting a self-administered blood sample to determine how much cannabis is in your blood. This blood sample can be taken at home and does not require visiting a laboratory.
To learn more:
This study was approved by the Biomedical Research Ethics Board at the University of Saskatchewan (BIO# 4183) on May 29, 2023.
For any questions regarding the study please contact:
please contact 306-966-1013 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org .