Groundbreaking Cannabis Study Launches at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Researchers at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) have launched a groundbreaking study to research the benefits and harms of medical cannabis. The study is the first of its kind in Arkansas and has been approved by the UAMS Institutional Review Board.

“We want to learn about what Arkansas residents think about benefits and harms of medical marijuana.”

The online survey will take about 30-40 minutes to complete. This study is open to everyone but mainly for individuals who have or plan to get a Medical Marijuana Identification card.

YOU MAY PARTICIPATE IN THIS STUDY IF YOU:

  • Live in Arkansas
  • Are 18 and older
  • Are able to understand and complete the survey in English

If you want to be a part of this survey study, click here to participate. Participation is voluntary. Information collected will be confidential. Completing study participants may enter a drawing for a $25 gift card.

For questions, please contact Nalin Payakachat at 501-686-7701 or npayakachat@uams.edu

 

 

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Corey Hunt

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Corey is the co-founder of the #illegallyhealed movement. On most days, you can find him playing in Photoshop.

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