Vol. 6, Number 4
cheryl riley, editor & writer
Dr. David Bearman,
Gradi Jordan, Ed Glick,
Sunil K Aggarwal,
Jim Greig, Joan Bello,
AAMC El Dorado County CA
AAMC Rhode Island
Essentials of the practice of Cannabinoid medicine (AACM workshop)
THE AMERICAN ACADEMY of CANNABINOID MEDICINE (AACM )
PRESENTS PRE-CERTIFICATION TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION TEST
TRAINING: Thursday, May 8, 2014
11:00a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Patients Out Of Time Conference 2014
Portland University Place Hotel
TEST: Sunday May 11, 2014
This is a satellite to the Patients Out of Time Conference, May 8-10, Portland, OR
We are supportive of those who call for more research, health oriented strategies, and widespread drug policy reform. The irresponsible waste of dollars and resources, and the devastating loss of lives and liberty caused by current drug policies needs to end.
We need to build on thousands of years of historical use and over 20,000 basic science studies. As cannabinoid medicine clinicians we are aware of the medicinal value of cannabis. Learn more about the science and clinical application of cannabis and cannabinoids.
This training will prepare you for the AACM certification exam on May 11.
TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE INFORMATION: (805) 961-9988.
See you at Patients Out of Time in Portland!
The Eighth National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics
The Endocannabinoid System and Age-Related Illnesses
Jointly sponsored by Patients Out of Time and the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine
The conference is right in Downtown Portland, near the Willamette River. Thursday Workshops, Thursday night poolside reception, and Friday Conference will be held at the Portland University Place Hotel, and we have the great opportunity to hold the Saturday Conference at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine just a few blocks away.
Events run from May 8th to May 10th, 2014. The conference officially kicks off with a reception Thursday night starting at 7:00pm—after the preconference workshops. Registration packets, with syllabus, may be picked up at the reception. The registration table reopens at 7:30am Friday (and will remain staffed throughout the conference), and the welcome address begins promptly at 8am. The final Q & A ends at 4:30pm Saturday, May 10th.
Friday Night Benefit Dinner - Register
Dinner will be held on a magnificent three-tier cruise boat on the Willamette River. There will be a dance floor, fresh locally sourced Pacific Northwest cuisine, music, and a live auction. Tickets are $125 ($100 of which is tax deductible). Departure details to come with the ticket—transport will be available from the hotel to the embarkation site.
All registrations gain attendee full entrance to the conference on Friday and Saturday, entrance to the Thursday night reception, breakfast and lunch on Friday and Saturday, and a conference syllabus. Additional benefits vary by registration type. After April 14th, all registration fees increase by $50. Please register early for increased preference for main conference room seating. There will be a simulcast overflow room available.
Three pre-conference workshops will be offered on Thursday, May 8th, each geared toward a specific audience. There will a reception for workshop presenters and attendees on Wednesday evening (time/place TBD).
Alabama: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Arkansas: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Idaho: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Indiana: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Iowa: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Maryland: 21st State to pass a medical marijuana law.
Minnesota: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Missouri: Considering a medical marijuana law.
New York: Considering a medical marijuana law.
North Carolina: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Ohio: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Pennsylvania: Considering a medical marijuana law.
South Carolina: Considering a medical marijuana law.
South Dakota: Medical marijuana petition drive underway.
Tennessee: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Texas: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Wisconsin: Considering a medical marijuana law.
Featured Recipe - Glycerine-based Tincture by Leanne Barron
You need to use food grade U.S.P glycerine, this can be relatively hard to find inexpensively but a gallon lasts a LONG time.
May 8, 9, 10, 2014
Portland, Oregon USA
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