Medical Cannabis – What You Need To Know: Birmingham
Thursday 27 February 2020, 18:30 | Birmingham – University of Birmingham Medical School
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About this Event
Clinicians, medical students, scientists, researchers, professionals and patients curious about medical cannabis and the current state of prescribing, evidence and availability in the UK are welcome to join us at this practical introduction to medical cannabis and CBD.
You’ll hear from doctors currently prescribing this treatment, from scientists and researchers dedicated to creating the largest body of evidence for the effectiveness of medical cannabis in Europe and from medical cannabis patients currently being prescribed the treatment.
Dr Elie Okirie – Consultant in Neurological and Specialist Rehabilitation at The Central England Rehabilitation Unit (CERU), The Medical Cannabis Clinics in Birmingham and Executive Committee member of The Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society
Dr Leon Barron – General Practitioner, Director of The Primary Care Cannabis Network and Executive Committee member of The Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society
Hannah Deacon, Executive Director for The Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society who led a successful campaign to secure a medical cannabis prescription for son Alfie Dingley
David Badcock – Chief Executive of Drug Science, introducing Project Twenty21 – Europe’s first and biggest national medical cannabis registry to create the largest body of evidence for the effectiveness and tolerability of medical cannabis
The Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society, in conjunction with Drug Science and The University of Birmingham GP Society, welcome you to this CPD-pending event.
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THURSDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2020, 18:30 | Birmingham – University of Birmingham Medical School