St. Pierre, Michelle MA*; Russo, Ethan B. MD†; Walsh, Zach PhD*
*Department of Psychology, The University of British Columbia, Kelowna, BC, Canada
†International Cannabis and Cannabinoids Institute (ICCI), Prague, Czechia
Prior Presentations: Cannabis and Pain: Examining the Relationship Between Frequent Cannabis Use and Pain Sensitivity (4 July 2018). Poster presented at the 28th Annual International Cannabinoid Research Society Symposium, Leiden, the Netherlands.
Preparation of this manuscript was supported in part by a grant to M.St.P. from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Ottawa, Canada). The expressed views do not necessarily represent those of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Ottawa, Canada). Z.W. has received research support from Tilray and DOJA licensed producers of cannabis. He has not received any financial compensation for his work in these capacities. He is also a Clinical Research Advisor to the Indigenous Bloom corporation that seeks to establish opportunities to engage Canadian Indigenous communities in the cannabis industry. He has shares in Indigenous Bloom to compensate for his contributions. None of these interests are related to work undertaken as part of the present study. M.St.P. is paid by Tilray as a graduate research assistant to Z.W. for work related to a clinical trial they are sponsoring. E.B.R.: Salary paid by PHYTECS for consultation and reimbursement for travel and expenses. No stock. Board Member of CB1 Capital with no compensation to date.
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