Patients Out of Time Video Series Now Available!

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For the first time, Patients Out of Time is giving the public a chance to view the complete set of videos from one of our national clinical conferences! In the past, most of our conference videos were exclusively available only to doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals seeking continuing education credits. Now’s your chance to learn from the world’s top medical and scientific experts on cannabis. For only $20, you get one month’s access to any of our videos, or rent three months’ access to the entire set for just $240!

Patients Out of Time’s 2017 conference featured the world’s leading cannabis researchers, who explained how cannabis helps heal the brain after acute trauma; how cannabis as a pain treatment can reduce the risks from opioid use; cannabis use with geriatric patients; cannabis for PTSD, and much, much more. We are now making these videos available to the public to stream on demand. Details are at our video on demand page.

Eben Britton with federal IND medical cannabis patient Elvy Musikka
Eben Britton with federal IND medical cannabis patient Elvy Musikka
At the Eleventh National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics sponsored by Patients Out of Time in May 2017, former NFL players Nate Jackson and Eben Britton joined Sue Sisley, MD to discuss the need for a policy change in dealing with cannabis use by NFL players. This is just one of many exceptional videos in our library that we are now making available to the public. For the time being, the video of that talk is being made available to the public free of charge – click here to view.

Be sure to share this on Facebook! Also consider becoming a member of Patients Out of Time. Founded in 1995, Patients Out of Time is considered the heart of the medical cannabis movement. Working together, we will succeed in getting medical cannabis de-scheduled and making it available to those who are in need.




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