New findings indicate medical cannabis use is associated with a lower risk of moderate to severe cannabis use disorder
Use in pregnancy and screening in primary care studied by KPWHRI’s Kiel, Matson, and Lapham
Using doctor's notes to learn about drug reactions, dementia, and cannabis use.
New research, led by KPWHRI investigators, examines providers’ notes to understand patients’ cannabis use and health conditions.
Drs. Lapham and Bradley find frequency of cannabis use can be tied to other behavioral health patterns and needs.
KPWHRI hosts the nation’s leading society for health services and policy research as it holds its Annual Research Meeting June 24–26. Dr. Eric B. Larson chairs.
Routinely asking about cannabis use can better serve patients by helping clinicians start conversations about risks and benefits.
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