TRACE (Teens Report on Adolescent Cannabis Experiences) V1 month ago 1 month ago
This report was published by the Teens Report on Adolescent Cannabis Experiences (TRACE) Research Program (University of Alberta & University of British Columbia).
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:
TRACE V is the continuation of the Teens Report on Adolescent Cannabis Experiences (TRACE), a qualitative research program that began in 2006.
This study addresses critical gaps in approaches to cannabis education for youth and explores how health and social inequities shape youth cannabis use. In the past, cannabis education initiatives have had limited reach and relevance to youth who use cannabis because they are focused on abstinence-based approaches, and youth have not meaningfully engaged in their development. The overarching aim of TRACE V is to draw from the experiences of young people to develop equity-oriented harm reduction resources that are credible and appropriate for Canadian youth using cannabis.
University of Calgary & University of British Columbia. (2022). TRACE (Teens Report on Adolescent Cannabis Experiences) V. https://linktr.ee/TRACEV
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