Assessing and monitoring the experiences of medical cannabis users in US states with medical cannabis legalization

Principal Investigator: Daniel J. Kruger, PhD, University of Michigan

Co-investigators: Kevin Boehnke, PhD, University of Michigan; Lisa Conine, The Om of Medicine; Keith Lambert, The Om of Medicine; Evangelos Litinas, MD, The Om of Medicine; Brianna Worthing, The Om of Medicine

This study is for adults aged 18 years and older who have authorization for the use of medical marijuana/cannabis in the state where they live.

You are invited to participate in a research study about your use, knowledge, and beliefs regarding marijuana/cannabis. Marijuana/cannabis is now legal or decriminalized in many US states; however there are many areas where research is needed to inform evidence-based policies and practices.

If you agree to be part of the research study, you will be asked to answer questions about your use, knowledge, and beliefs regarding marijuana/cannabis and the mainstream health care system.

Benefits of the research: If you desire, you will be able to learn the results of the experiment once it is completed. You may directly benefit from learning the general results of this study and the understanding of their experiences and behaviors in the context of these results.

Risks and discomforts: There are no expected risks or costs for your participation other than your time.

Compensation: None. We will be glad to send you full reports from previous studies upon request.

Participating in this study is completely voluntary. Even if you decide to participate now, you may change your mind and stop at any time. You may choose not to complete the survey or answer questions for any reason.

By clicking on the link below, ''I Agree'', you are indicating that: you understand the above statements; you are 18 years of age or over and voluntarily agree to participate.

Click I Agree if you agree to participate in this study.

If you have questions about this research study, please contact:
Daniel J. Kruger, PhD

The University of Michigan Institutional Review Board Health Sciences and Behavioral Sciences has determined that this study is exempt from IRB oversight.