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juin 05, 2019

On June 4th 2019,  the Evidence Exchange Network EENet and the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario co-hosted a webinar on supportin

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juin 05, 2019

On March 21st 2019,  the Evidence Exchange Network EENet and the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario co-hosted a webinar on the eff

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Nouvelles et evènements
mai 28, 2019

Join us for this free, informative webinar for nurses and other health care professionals, Part Two of a four-part series: "Cannabis Use

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avr 17, 2019

 The "Clearing the Air" report examines the link between cannabis use and mental health among children and youth.

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fév 26, 2019

This webinar series will provide an overview of cannabis use patterns across the lifespan and will address concerns specific to each age group.  This first webinar in this series will provide information on the effects of cannabis during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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fév 12, 2019

This is the first study of people living with HIV in Ontario that looks at the link between cannabis use and alcohol use over time. Increases in recreational cannabis use were associated with increases in alcohol use, while increases in medicinal cannabis use were not. The findings are relevant as heavy drinking has negative outcomes for people with HIV.

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fév 11, 2019

The Info-Sheets contains facts on cannabis, information on cannabis legalization, and where to find support and additional information.

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jan 18, 2019

Information package on cannabis for health and social service providers.

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jan 10, 2019

Cannabis use carries certain health and social risks, particularly for the developing brain of youth, for individuals with a personal or family history of mental illness, and for those who use it frequently. Estimates indicate that people who use cannabis have a 40% higher risk of psychosis than those who do not use this substance. But who is at risk?

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