Before purchasing cannabis from a medical marijuana treatment center (or dispensary), Florida patients must first qualify for a medical marijuana certification; CannaMD provides qualified patients with the state-required recommendation to complete this process.
Focused on evidence-based application of medical cannabis research, CannaMD offers a streamlined pre-qualification process, allowing patients to spend more one-on-one time with physicians.
CannaMD also walks patients through the entire experience, step-by-step (with tons of free educational resources along the way!). Our mission is to provide alternative medicine to patients in need, with as little headache as possible.
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October 2021: CannaMD participated as recruitment site in a University of Florida (UF) study on the short and long-term effects of medical marijuana as it relates to pain. The study, conducted through UF’s College of Public Health and Health Professions and College of Medicine, was led by Department of Epidemiology Assistant Professor, Yan Wang, PhD. The final results were published in the peer-reviewed journal, Cannabis (see: “Health Outcomes among Adults Initiating Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pain: A 3-month Prospective Study Incorporating Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA)”).
March 2022: CannaMD‘s Chief Medical Researcher, Jessica Walters, served as a co-author on a study abstract, led by Florida Gulf Coast University and Releaf App, and presented at the 2022 Southeastern Psychological Association Conference: “Using smartphone technology to track real-time changes in anxiety/depression symptomology among Florida cannabis users”.
May 2022: While multiple peer-reviewed studies have established the efficacy of medical marijuana in treating anxiety, far less is known about the specific ratio of cannabinoids that works best to alleviate anxiety symptoms. A new study – led by Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), Releaf App, and CannaMD – aims to shed light on the subject.
March 2022: CannaMD is proud to serve as a recruitment site for the Medical Marijuana & Me (M3) Cohort Study, a statewide survey study on MMJ outcomes among current and new MMJ patients. The study is conducted through the College of Public Health and Health Professions and the College of Medicine at UF. The project is led by Department of Epidemiology Assistant Professor Yan Wang, PhD, MSC
May 2020: CannaMD is proud to serve as a recruitment site for the Consortium for MMJ Clinical Outcomes Research Contact Registry, a statewide registry study that builds a database of MMJ patients interested in participating in research. The ongoing registry is conducted through the College of Public Health and Health Professions and the College of Medicine at UF. The project is led by Department of Epidemiology Professor Robert Cook, MD, MPH, and funded by the Consortium for MMJ Clinical Outcomes Research. Led by a leadership team at UF, the Consortium engages public and private universities across the state of Florida.
March 2020: CannaMD is proud to participate as a recruitment site in a University of Florida (UF) study on the short and long-term effects of medical marijuana as it relates to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The current study, conducted through UF’s College of Public Health & Health Professions and College of Medicine, is led by Department of Epidemiology Assistant Professor, Krishna Vaddiparti, PhD, MPE, MSW.