Medical and Recreational Cannabis

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Medical Cannabis Summary (April 2017)

Developed by: PAS, Amy Wiebe BSP MBA, and Lori Postnikoff BSP

This document is only available to Association members.

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Provincial Resources

The Government of Saskatchewan has created a new web page that houses cannabis resources for health providers. On the webpage, there is a section for each provider, including pharmacists.

Cannabis Resources for Healthcare Providers

Additionally, the Government of Saskatchewan has also created a page on the rules for cannabis use in general.

Cannabis Use in Saskatchewan 

Cannabis in Saskatchewan


CPhA Additional Information

The CPhA has additional information, educational resources and practice tools available for members on the website. To access these resources, please click on the links below.

Medical Cannabis Webpage

Medical Cannabis Q&A Practice Tool

Introduction to Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids

 

Additional Resources

Talking Pot with Youth - Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse and Addiction

Information for Health Care Professionals: Cannabis - Government of Canada

Cannabis in Canada - Government of Canada

 

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