Education and Research
The MCCS is an independent community of Medical Cannabis pioneers. An expert-led, non-for-profit community, dedicated to bringing this safe, legal and effective medicine to people living with chronic conditions.
Drug Science is an independent, science-led charity, bringing together leading drugs experts from a wide range of specialisms to carry out ground-breaking research into drug harms and effects. Drug Science engages the public, media, policy makers and academics, equipping them with the knowledge and resources to enact positive change.
AJEM is the first and only American medical authority committed to scientific study of the ECS, and to the evidence-based practice of Endocannabinoid Medicine.
The PCCN is proud to support new paths in medical cannabis education and clinical research at Imperial College London.
The SCC is a nonprofit educational and scientific society of physicians and other healthcare professionals dedicated to advancing research and disseminating knowledge about cannabis for medical use.
Professor Dedi Meiri’s team at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology are global leaders in cannabinoid research and involved in numerous clinical trials and in creating the Cannabis Data Project. Our close collaboration allows us to translate and communicate the latest in research and development straight from the laboratory directly to front line clinicians.
The Sapphire Institute provides a source of online learning for patients and healthcare professionals on treatment with medical cannabis
The Primary care and Community Neurology Society (P-CNS) has created a Person-Centred Neurosciences steering committee who have shaped the Society’s new vision and mission. Our vision, which acknowledges the significance of learning through lived experiences, is to provide sustainable, consistent, and high-quality care and education services that consider and support the individual needs of the person so they can live well in the community with suspected or confirmed neurological conditions.