New research: Driving under the influence of cannabis

Congrats to recent APEAL graduate Nathan Cantor, whose first-author paper “Factors associated with driving after cannabis use in high school students” was accepted for publication in Preventive Medicine. The paper, based on data from the 2017 Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey, examined adolescents’ attitudes about cannabis use as predictors of driving after using cannabis. Notably, low perceived risk of cannabis use was associated with greater likelihood of driving under the influence of cannabis.


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