TMCIGlobal Provides Online, Science-based Continuing Education on Medical Cannabis

Providing accredited, online continuing medical education for healthcare professionals who want to learn about medical cannabis and its potential clinical application.

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Bridging the Gap for Medical Professionals

Since 2013, The Medical Cannabis Institute (TMCIGlobal), has provided accredited medical cannabis education to healthcare practitioners.  We aim to educate researchers seeking to gain a broader understanding of the endocannabinoid system.

TMCIGlobal’s faculty includes subject matter experts and leading medical professionals working together to develop the highest-quality medical cannabis education.

Featured Courses

Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine Curriculum (SCC 2019) - Medical Cannabis Continuing Education
Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine Curriculum

Multiple Authors

Medical Cannabis from A to Z – A comprehensive clinical cannabinoid medicine curriculum for physicians

Certificate of Completion Available


Maryland State Healthcare Provider Education - Medical Cannabis Continuing Education
Maryland Provider Education: Medical Use of Cannabis v1.0


This curriculum is designed to educate providers who wish to learn about medical cannabis

CME/CE-Certified Activity and Resources


Ohio State Healthcare Provider Education - Medical Cannabis Continuing Education
Ohio State Medical Marijuana Education


This Course is designed to educate practitioners who wish to participate in the Ohio Medical Marijuana Program

CME/CE-Certified Activity and Resources


The Endocannabinoid System’s Role in Regulating Pain

“THC is able to relieve stress and pain to a certain extent [which] could help us devise … compounds [to] selectively boost the ability of the endocannabinoid system to regulate stress in the central nervous system and pain in the periphery. [This] is one of the most untapped and most fascinating areas of modern pharmacology.”

Daniele Piomelli, PhD
Professor of Anatomy, Neurobiology, Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry at the University of California, Irvine

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