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Save and Continue Later Each submitter is required to provide information about pertinent financial relationships and non-financial relationships, or lack thereof. Please click here for the definition of financial and non-financial relationships. Financial relationships are relationships through which the presenter benefits by receiving a salary, royalty, intellectual property rights, gift, speaking fee, consulting fee, honorarium, ownership interest (e.g., stocks, stock options, or other ownership interest, excluding diversified mutual funds), or other financial benefit. Financial relationships can also include "contracted research" in which the institution obtains the grant and manages the funds and the individual serves as the principal or named investigator. Non-financial relationships are those relationships—including personal, professional, political, institutional, religious, or other—that might bias an individual. For example: •Personal—the individual has a friend in the company whose products the presenter is discussing; the individual has a family member or friend with a disorder covered by the course presented. •Professional—the presenter belongs to an association or group whose services are discussed in the presentation; the presenter has a professional bias about a way to deliver a particular service; he or she is employed by or serves in a leadership role. •Political—the presenter is biased about a topic (e.g., health care reform), and that bias reflected the position of a particular political party on the issue. •Institutional—the presenter is affiliated with an institution or organization (e.g., serves on a committee or board of that organization); the presenter belongs to and/or financially supports the organization's causes. •Religious—a bias that is based on religious tenets (e.g., the presenter is biased in favor of service delivery at end of life based on his or her religious beliefs). Seminars are scheduled to run each day of the Cannabis Collaborative Conference, January 23rd & 24th, 2019. Sessions begin each day with a Keynote Address at 9:00 AM and the last session of the day begins at 4:00 PM. Sessions with selected proposals will be scheduled for plenary or symposia sessions, panel or roundtable discussions, or workshops. All presentations must be prepared for audience question and answer. Presenters are required to arrive a minimum of 30 minutes prior to their scheduled session. I agree to notify Cannabis Collaborative Conference show management immediately in the event that an emergency should prevent me from meeting my obligation as a speaker. Schedule Restrictions

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