Decriminalisation is not a ‘soft’ policy option – it is the smart approach to reducing harms for individuals and society.
A new web-tool launched this week shows that 49 countries and jurisdictions across the world have adopted some form of decriminalisation for drug use and possession for personal use
Experts say the number of jurisdictions turning to this policy option is likely to increase in the coming years
Though marijuana use is a hotly debated topic, this webinar focuses on strong scientific studies and clinical examples to drive home the cannabis-ADHD connection.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
Why cannabis can appeal to an ADHD brain
How cannabis affects the developing ADHD brain
How to distinguish between proper pharmacology and self-medication
Treatment recommendations for people affected by ADHD and Cannabis Use Disorder
Individuals with ADHD carry a higher risk for substance use problems, and cannabis is one of the most widely abused substances. Many parents and adults assume that cannabis is safe — even medicinal — for ADHD. However, this is far from the truth, especially in young people.
Cannabis carries lifelong psychological and physical consequences to the developing brain and body, and people with ADHD are especially vulnerable to its effects