CCDI Webinar: Unconscious bias and cannabis

Event Type : Webinars
Starts at November 07, 2019 1:00 PM Eastern
Finishes at November 07, 2019 2:00 PM Eastern

Audience/Level: General 1.0-2.0

Hosted by: Pamela Malins, PhD

Since cannabis has been legal since only October 2018, there is still a significant amount of bias as it relates to the use of the drug. This webinar will explore the intersection of unconscious bias and cannabis and how the two could be colliding.

 


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For current Canadian Certified Inclusion Professionals (CCIPTM), this event qualifies for continued professional development credit. Contact ccip.certification@ccdi.ca for more information.

For members of the law societies of Alberta, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, and the Yukon: this program may qualify for credit in the area of Practice Management as part of your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development, as required by your Law Society. To learn more, click on the link to your province above or contact your local Law Society.

Please click here to register as an Employer Partner or current CCDI Individual Practitioner.

If you are looking to register for this webinar as a member of the public please click here. (A fee of $39 will apply)