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CCRMG is involved with numerous projects to further promote medicinal marijuana, choose a link below to learn more about a specific project.

Current Projects:

HSC§ 11362.5 Implementation and Compliance Audit

Society of Cannabis Clinicians

O'Shaughnessy's, the Journal of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians

The William B. O'Shaughnessy Archive

Medicinal Cannabis Research

 

HSC§ 11362.5 Implementation and Compliance Audit

Local implementation and compliance documents.

This project has been ongoing for 5 years. In the year 2000 we sent letters to each of California's county Board of Supervisors and Sheriff Departments asking for a broad range of documentation relating to any implementation and compliance documentation. In 2001 we sent similar letters to each county District Attorney. In 2002 we sent letters to county Health Departments and to the heads of the 350 odd local police agencies. In 2003 we sent follow-up letters to county Sheriffs and local police departments. In 2004 (not posted yet) we sent another follow up letter to Sheriffs. 2005 will certainly bring more letters. Each and every response that we have recieved has been posted to this site. The documents are in PDF format and will require Acrobat Reader available free from adobe.com for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. Local implementation and compliance documents.

CCUA Chronology of Implementation:  November 1996 through May 1999, by Fred Gardner and Pebbles Trippit

Medicinal Cannabis Research

CCRMG member physicians do a variety of research projects which are published in the Journal O'Shaughnessy's and elsewhere. CCRMG is also preparing to launch an online research archive.

O'Shaughnessy's
O'Shaughnessy's is the journal of the CCRMG. Our primary goals are the same as the stated goals of any reputable scientific publication: to bring out findings that are accurate, duplicable, and useful to the community at large. But in order to do this, we have to pursue parallel goals such as removing the impediments to clinical research created by Prohibition, and educating our colleagues, co-workers and patients as we educate ourselves about the medical uses of cannabis. Read O'Shaughnessy's Online
 
SCC
The Society of Cannabis Clinicians (SCC) was formed in the Autumn of 2004 by the member physicians of CCRMG to aid in the promulgation of voluntary standards for clinicians engaged in the recommendation and approval of cannabis under California law (HSC §11362.5).

As the collaborative effort continues to move closer to issueing guidelines, this site serves as a public venue for airing and discussing these guidelines.

Visit the SCC Site for more information.