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University of British Columbia Okanagan

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Reichwald Health Sciences RHS 260LT

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A PARTNERSHIP IN RESEARCH SEMINAR
Sponsored by
the Institute for Healthy Living and Chronic Disease Prevention,

Friday, November 8, 12 - 1:00 pm PST
UBC Okanagan
Reichwald Health Sciences Centre RHS 260LT

Cannabis legalization and young adults: Early signals from the Multimethod Evaluation of the Transitions to Cannabis Legalization (METRIC-L) study

PRESENTERS:
Zachary Walsh, PhD, RPsych
Associate Professor, Psychology, Irving K Barber School of Arts & Sciences, UBC Okanagan

Tatiana Sanchez, MA student, Clinical Psychology
Irving K Barber School of Arts & Sciences, UBC Okanagan

ABSTRACT: We will discuss preliminary findings regarding how cannabis use has been impacted by the federal legalization of adult use. We will focus on changes in cannabis use norms, how cannabis is being used as a substitute for alcohol, and will examine ongoing challenges and develo0ments in cannabis research methods.

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1088 Discovery Avenue

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Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7

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