15 Mar CLEAR And The Institute of Psychiatry Announce Cannabis Experiences Research Study
In conjunction with CLEAR, the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London has designed a research programme to study different experiences with cannabis and other drugs.We are seeking people aged 18 and over who will complete a questionnaire about their experiences which should take about 20 – 25 minutes. We are interested in people who have used cannabis, who still use cannabis and who have never used cannabis. Participation is voluntary. You may change your mind and withdraw at any stage. You do not have to provide your name.
Participants who complete the survey can, if they wish, be entered into a raffle with a chance of winning a £150 Amazon voucher (or local currency equivalent). All that is required for this is to provide an email address.
The questions will ask you about your use of cannabis and other substances and past experiences. There is one brief section on whether you have been in contact with mental health service or needed treatment. At the end of the survey there will be two brief questions on your personality and beliefs.
The questions have been designed in consultation with CLEAR and an initial pilot of the survey was carried out with CLEAR members.
To participate in the study please go to the link: