CME and Tweed In the Medical Community.
Tweed is proud to invest in the medical education of Canadian healthcare practitioners. We do this by supporting regional and national conferences, patient organizations, major research initiatives, and by making Mainpro M1 accredited education available.
Investing in Medical education
We believe in making needs-based education available, which is why we supported the creation of an accredited continuing medical education (CME) program. Marijuana for Medical Purposes: The Essentials for Effective Practice was recently reviewed by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), and is eligible for Mainpro M1 credit. We have also provided funding to the Quebec Cannabis Registry, CCIC, Canadian AIDS Society, Chronic Pain Association of Canada, and the Canadian Pain Coalition.
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Researchers at McGill University and the Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids (CCIC) have launched a registry for users of medical cannabis in Quebec that will allow physicians to better manage its use and monitor patient safety.
Tweed provided start-up funding for the registry to enhance the understanding of cannabis and create an avenue for Quebec residents to access marijuana for medical purposes by participating in this research framework, the largest of its kind in the world.
Learn about the Quebec registry here.
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