Cannabis Clinical Outcomes Research Conference (CCORC) 2021 attracts more than 225 participants across the world
On Thursday, April 8th and Friday, April 9th, 2021, the Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research hosted its inaugural research conference, Cannabis Clinical Outcomes Research Conference (CCORC).
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Consortium held CCORC 2021 virtually and drew over 225 registrants, including 43 students from across 31 U.S. states and give countries (Germany, Italy, Mexico, United Kingdom, and United States).
CCORC had three objectives:
- To disseminate research findings on the use, efficacy, safety, and other relevant outcomes of medical cannabis,
- To provide a venue for sharing medical cannabis clinical research and education on medical cannabis,
- To foster engagement of stakeholder and collaboration among researchers.
The CCORC 2021 program included a mix of keynote presentations from leading experts across the U.S., featured oral presentations, poster sessions, panel discussions, and networking sessions. A total of 35 abstracts were accepted for presentation following peer review and are included in an issue of Medical Cannabis & Cannabinoids.
Did you miss the Cannabis Clinical Outcomes Research Conference (CCORC)?
The presentations were recorded and posted to the conference website along with the poster presentations and program details. Recordings will be available online for six months to registrants.
To access recordings, visit the CCORC Conference Home and use the password you received in your confirmed registration email.
To register for CME credit, visit the UF CME Office.
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