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The Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society is proud to work closely with similar societies across the globe. Together, we share resources, education and training opportunities for clinicians all over the world.

International societies wishing to link up with the Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society are invited to contact us to learn more about the benefits of our partnerships.

International Cannabis Societies
Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids

Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids


The Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids is the largest representative of cannabis groups in Canada. A mix of scientists, clinicians and other stakeholders, the CCIC promotes research and evidence-based education, concerning the endocannabinoid system, the therapeutic applications of cannabinoids and the health and societal impacts of non-medical cannabis use.

The CCIC aim to become one of the most trusted resources for education into cannabis, and become a network hub for ongoing cannabis and cannabinoid research.

Our vision is that the CCIC will be the trusted resource for evidence-based education on the health impacts of cannabis and be the national network hub for ongoing cannabis/cannabinoid research. Advancing and promoting evidence-based research to the healthcare community and the general public will ensure a balanced perspective regarding the current science surrounding biological, health and societal effects of cannabis is given.

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Klinisk Cannabis Forum

Klinisk Cannabis Forum


In September 2018, the first meeting of the Clinical Cannabis Forum was held.

This forum consists of research-active, general practitioners and manufacturers from across the country. The purpose of the meetings is to present and discuss ongoing research projects as well as share results and research-relevant experiences with cannabis in Denmark.

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Cannabis Romania

Cannabis Romania


Founded in 2019, Cannabis Romania helps organisations, patients and those interested in learning more about the benefits of cannabis, to benefit from the treatment in Romania, legally. The society aims to bring together the medical and scientific communities across Romania, interested in the drug as a therapy, creating a bridge with similar associations – across Europe and the Rest of the World – to encourage research and innovation throughout Romania.

Cannabis Romania want to work towards the benefit of patients, in order to contribute to the correct regulation of medical cannabis in Romania, and become a credible, honest and informed voice of those who need to exercise their right to access equal treatment, and new therapies.

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European Medicinal Cannabis Association

European Medicinal Cannabis Association


The European Medicinal Cannabis Association is the only not-for-profit European association, that is both registered and governed by the provisions of the Belgian Code des Sociétés et des Associations, and registered on the European Commission Transparency Registry.

EUMCA seeks to advance patient access to medical cannabis treatments, and improve the health outcomes of patients across Europe. An authoritative voice for the medical cannabis industry, EUMCA also represents ethical European manufacturers and suppliers of pharmaceutical-grade cannabis products.

Patient-focused, the association campaigns to ensure the legal, medicinal cannabis industry is represented at the highest level of Governments and Regulators throughout the EU. Working to provide their members, manufacturers and producers with opportunities to learn more, EUMCA also encourages collaboration and shared best practice with similar organisations, including the Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society.

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Cannabis and Hemp Association of Namibia

Cannabis and Hemp Association of Namibia


The Cannabis and Hemp Association of Namibia is a platform for education for the Namibian Public and Government, for all things cannabis and hemp. Advocating for the legislation of cannabis and hemp, CHAN has an emphasis on putting the treatment at the forefront of the industry blueprint.

Aiming towards a sustainable industry, as well as social justice and equal opportunities for the communities previously harmed by prohibition, CHAN also works with indigenous communities who already have a longstanding history with the plant. A platform to amplify the voices of communities in and around Namibia, CHAN are part of the regulation process, who’s knowledge is respected and acknowledge throughout Africa.

Founder, Angela Prusa, aims to create a truly unique African Cannabis Industry, starting with the Cannabis and Hemp Association of Namibia.

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MCCS endorse 2nd International Congress on Clinical Trials on Cannabis
November 24, 2022

MCCS endorse 2nd International Congress on Clinical Trials on Cannabis

  The Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society is proud to officially endorse the 2nd International Congress on Clinical Trials on Cannabis, taking place on 15 & 16 February 2023 in London.…

Society reaches membership high & embarks on UK event tour in 2022
April 29, 2022

Society reaches membership high & embarks on UK event tour in 2022

Just two and half years after launch, the Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society today reports over 300 members as it prepares to launch a series of in-person events for 2022. Over…

Exploring the barriers to cannabis in children with intractable epilepsy
December 16, 2021

Exploring the barriers to cannabis in children with intractable epilepsy

Virtual roundtable - watch again On 13 December, international paediatric neurologists and medical cannabis experts came together for a panel discussion about the UK's prescribing crisis for children with intractable…

86% seizure reduction in children treated with whole plant medicinal cannabis
December 15, 2021

86% seizure reduction in children treated with whole plant medicinal cannabis

Epileptic seizure frequency fell by an average of 86% among 10 children treated with whole plant medicinal cannabis, reveals research by charity Drug Science and published in BMJ Paediatrics Open. …