Mayes ConnectionsMaking the Connections: Medical Cannabis and its Impact on Opioid Use

Watch a recording of this event.

In conjunction with the Substance Use Disorders Institute at University of the Sciences, Mayes College will hold its annual Making the Connections program, this year focusing on Medical Cannabis and its Impact on Opioid Use. Join a vibrant discussion with thought leaders in drug policy and addiction recovery to learn more about this emerging health policy issue. 

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Date & Location Panel

Thursday, March 22, 2018 
5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
University of the Sciences
McNeil Science and Technology Center AstraZeneca Auditorium
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Reception to follow
Free and Open to the Public

Panelists:
Joe Schrank
Founder and Program Director, High Sobriety

Devin Reaves MSW
Executive Director, Pennsylvania Harm Reduction Coalition

 

 

For more information, e-mail MayesCollegeConnections@usciences.edu.

This activity is supported by an educational grant from AstraZeneca.


 

Live Stream and Recording

USciences is making available a free live stream and recording of the Making the Connections event on March 22. Click here to watch the panel discussion. No registration required. 

If you have already registered to attend the program but will now be watching online, please email SUDI@usciences.edu and request to have your registration removed so we do not expect your attendance. Thank you.


 

About Mayes

Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy

Healthcare and pharmaceutical spending is more than 1/6 of the US economy. Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy, located in the center of the Northeast pharmaceutical corridor, educates the people who keep the healthcare industry moving. Business leaders, policy makers, researchers, and healthcare writers learn how to have a positive impact on the business of healthcare at Mayes.

Mayes provides education in specialized fields like Biomedical Writing, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business, Health Policy and Public Health, and provides students with hands-on learning experiences, internships, and personal connections. This gives our graduates a leg up on the competition when it comes to career prospects in healthcare industries.