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IHE collaborates on research project looking at Cannabis and Arthritis

The IHE is part of a research team funded by Alberta Innovates to investigate how widespread cannabis use is among arthritis patients. Self-medication and a lack of solid evidence to guide cannabis use for these purposes can lead to substantial harm. The research team will develop and validate a decision tool to help guide cannabis use to inform patients and health professionals. Information is available in the following Folio article:

 Link: https://www.ualberta.ca/folio/2021/06/can-cannabis-help-with-arthritis-u-of-a-team-funded-by-alberta-innovates-to-develop-decision-tool-for-patients-and-health-care-providers.html


For further information

John Sproule, Senior Policy Director, Institute of Health Economics,

Ph: 780-862-1905 

Email: [email protected]

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