Is to ensure all Canadian patients who benefit from medical marijuana canada, have access to the highest quality of product and services, to meet their specific health care needs in a safe, well-regulated environment.
As a united community, the Canadian National Medical Marijuana Association (CNMMA) seeks to:
Advocate for the sector
The new program- like all new programs – will go through challenges and barriers including unintended consequences of the regulations. As a community, the members of the CNMMA will have an official voice to work with governments to ensure the sector has the parameters to be successful.
Guide patients and educate Canadians
While the CNMMA cannot provide medical advice to patients, it can help patients understand the new program. Most Canadians are receiving information on the new Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations from the media. The CNMMA will provide Canadians with the most current information on medicinal marijuana, the program, and the research to become well-informed consumers.
Be a resource for medical practitioners
As much as the program is new for patients, it is new for the medical community as well. Medical practitioners can benefit from sharing resources, studies, and data – with the Association providing a sharing forum.
While medical marijuana is purely focused on helping patients, it is an illicit substance for recreational use in Canada. Therefore, it is necessary to put efforts in ensuring the medical marijuana has a strong reputation, putting patients front and centre, and contributing to a stronger health care system.
Share best practices
When all parties contribute to a stronger sector, everyone benefits. The CNMMA will work towards sharing best practices to help build the sector as a whole.
Be a resource to Health Canada
While the new system minimizes Health Canada’s role, the government of Canada will seek to ensure the new program is meeting the needs of patients in Canada. The CNMMA will assist in providing the essential data and information for Health Canada to properly evaluate the progress of the new program.
- Government relations professionals and communications experts representing the membership
- High quality skilled labour through job matching/posts only accessible to members
- Resources and clinical information on the ever increasing evidence of the benefits of medical marihuana
- Information to support medical health professionals so they may prescribe with confidence
- Much more, click below to learn more
Online Course: Introduction to Professional Management of Medical Marijuana Facilities in Canada
As part of the CNMMA’s goal of providing information and education for the Canadian medical marijuana industry, the CNMMA is working with Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) to provide a course titled, Introduction to the Professional Management of Medical Marijuana Facilities in Canada.
This 16 week, online course will be administered with the help of experienced industry professionals and KPU’s continuing and professional studies department. It will provide introductory information on all aspects of licensed production and marketing of medical marijuana with respect to the MMPR.
With the goal of providing the needed information to navigate the complex world of medical marijuana in Canada, this course is perfect for employees and owners of medical marijuana licensed producers/applicants.
For more information, click here
Find out what is happening in the medical marijuana industry in July 2015.
Education partnership with Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) and more news about the medical marijuana industry in May 2015.
April 1st marked 1 year since the MMPR regime was first put in place. The CCIC Event in Toronto, ON was held on March 26 and 27th and a lot more news about the medical marijuana industry.