Our next meeting is TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21st, 2017:  The new Institute of Cannabis Research at CSU in Pueblo joins us to talk about their fledgling program, their mandate from our Governor, and – we are so excited about this – their upcoming conference in April featuring Prof. Raphael Mechoulam LIVE in Colorado! Next, the average patient on the Colorado Medical Marijuana Registry is 42.5 years old.  The majority of patients (52%) are over 40.  How is cannabis use / acceptance impacting older adults?  A recently approved Marijuana Public Health Research Grant aims to find out.  Learn how you, your clinic, or your medical dispensary can participate.  Join today.

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Meeting Announcement

Next meeting Tuesday February 21st, 2017

PLAZA BUILDING, Auraria Campus
Building just East of King Center, 955 Lawrence Way 80201


6:30pm – Snacks and Networking

6:45-7:15pm – Jen Mullen, Managing Director of the newly formed Institute of Cannabis Research at Colorado State University, Pueblo, introduces us to their mission, programs, and upcoming conference in April featuring keynote speaker Professor Raphael Mechoulam, PhD in person.  Want to participate in research? Let us count the ways.

7:15-8:00pm  Got older patients?  As of May 2016, CDPHE statistics showed a full 52% of Medical Marijuana Registry card holders were age 40 or older.  As attitudes towards cannabis change, how are older adults impacted?  One of the freshly approved Marijuana Public Health Research Grants will address this subject.  Learn about the study and how YOUR patients can participate.

8:00-8:30pm  Q & A – Review of pamphlet program, discussion: How is the new online registry system working for you?

MARCH 28th 2017 is our next regular meeting.