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CME and CLE credits available for cannabis conference beginning tomorrow

Tomorrow, May 8, 2014, in Portland, Oregon, the eighth annual Patients Out of Time Conference will begin through May 10, 2014. The focus of this year's conference is on The Endocannabinoid System and Age Related Illness which is designed to attract a wider audience of those interested in learning more about cannabis as medicine. Attendees can earn CME and CLE credits and there is a chance for attending remotely.

Florida Cannabis Action Network (FLCAN) president Cathy Jordan will be attending the conference. FLCAN is based in Melbourne, Florida and has been a leading resource to legalize cannabis in Florida for many years. Libertarians have also been supportive of legalizing cannabis and feel it should be completely legal to purchase and to grow in one's backyard without interference from the government.

Patients Out of Time brings together patients, caregivers, industry leaders and the best medical cannabis researchers in the world. This year’s event features such notables as Donald Abrams, M.D. of UCLA, Sunil Aggarwal, M.D., Ph.D., and Valerie Corral, co-founder of the Wo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana.

Learn more about the 2014 conference

Register for the conference

Annual Cannabinoid Medicine Certification Prep Course and Test

The American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine (AACM), the certification arm of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians, will be holding its annual prep course and certification test during the 2014 POT conference.

The AACM Cannabinoid Medicine Certification is quickly becoming the nationally recognized standard of proficiency for clinical Cannabis experts. Learn more about the AACM Cannabinoid Medicine Certification requirements

The course will take place on Thursday, May 8th. The certification test and personal interviews will take place after the conference on Sunday, May 11th. View the schedule for the prep course & certification test

Visit the Patients Out of Time site to register for the certification course and test

Attend Remotely via Conference Webinar

Even if you won't be making it to Portland this year, you can still attend the Patients Out of Time conference remotely via webinar. Webinars can be set up with both individual and group locations, and health care professionals can receive continuing education credits for remote attendance.

Registration for the webinar is free to elected officials, law enforcement, and veterans groups. Significant discounts are being offered to rehabilitation homes and nursing homes. To learn more and register click here.

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