On behalf of the IACM Network Committee, we are happy to announce that the Ambassadorship Program of the IACM has been relaunched. The aim of this program is to create a network of representatives around the world, who on the one side like to get support from the IACM for their work in their country and on the other side would like to support the aims and activities of the IACM. The IACM Board of Directors would like to invite people that are active in this field to apply for becoming an ambassador.
Applications are open both for professional ambassadors and for patient ambassadors. Professional ambassadors may be scientists, physicians, other healthcare providers, or anyone whose profession is actively related with cannabis or cannabinoids as medicines. Patient ambassadors may be patients or patients' relatives or caregivers – who are active in their countries in support of legal access to cannabinoid medicines. Please send a short CV (Curriculum Vitae) to the IACM (about half a page) that includes a summary of your current and prospective activities in this field.
The IACM Network Committee is consisting of Milton Raff (South Africa), Raquel Peyraube (Uruguay), Minoru Arakaki (Japan), Hanka Gabrilova (Czech Republic), Ilya Reznik (Israel), Jahan Marcu (USA), Sébastien Béguerie (France), Ethan Russo (USA), Kirsten Müller-Vahl (Germany), and Franjo Grotenhermen (Germany).
The IACM network and ambassador programme is coordinated by Yuval Zolotov. Please send your application together with your short CV to email@example.com.