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The main takeaway? Culture reigns supreme. Consider this: *70% of professionals in the U.S. today would not work at a leading company if it meant they had to tolerate a bad workplace culture. So much so, that people would rather put up with lower pay (65%) and forego a fancy title (26%) than deal with a bad workplace environment.

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To qualify for low-THC or Medical cannabis, patients must meet certain criteria:

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Patients must also meet the following criteria:

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Finding a Physician

A list of physicians authorized to order medical cannabis in Florida is available through the Florida Department of Health. Click here to find a physician near you or contact your Patient Care Team at 1-833-254-4877.

Placing an Order

An authorized physician must register a qualifying patient into the Office of Medical Marijuana Use Registry. If a legal guardian is required, the physician must also enter in their information as well. The physician will also enter an order into the Registry, including recommended dosage and amount to be dispensed.

Patients or legal representatives must obtain a Registry Identification Card by submitting an application to the Office of Medical Marijuana Use.

Once a patient has received their Registry Identification Card, they may fill his or her order by visiting a State licensed dispensary. For patients’ convenience, Aphria offers direct home delivery. To schedule a delivery, please call 1-833-254-4877 or email info-fl@aphria.com.

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det ( A ( x , y , z ) ) = ( x 2 + y 2 + z 2 2 x y z 1 ) ,

so the boundary of S can be characterized as

x 2 + y 2 + z 2 2 x y z = 1 ,

or equivalently as

[ x y ] T [ 1 z z 1 ] [ x y ] = 1 z 2 .

For z = 0 this describes a circle in the ( x , y ) -plane, and for 1 z 1 it characterizes an ellipse (for a fixed z ).

Fig. 6.1 Plot of spectrahedron S = { ( x , y , z ) R 3 A ( x , y , z ) 0 } .

Many useful properties of (semi)definite matrices follow directly from the definitions (6.1) - (6.4) and their definite counterparts.

The diagonal elements of A S + n are nonnegative. Let e i denote the i th standard basis vector (i.e., [ e i ] j = 0 , j i , [ e i ] i = 1 ). Then A i i = e T i A e i , so (6.1) implies that A i i 0 .