A recent survey by the journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research revealed that most physicians lack adequate knowledge to guide patients on medical cannabis use.

“The current study assesses how physicians interact with patients regarding cannabis in their day-to-day practice, and whether and how they address important topics such as use patterns and substituting cannabis for medications,” the authors write.

About The Survey

The survey aims to assess physicians' education experiences related to cannabis, their knowledge, and competence regarding medical cannabis and the content of their discussions with patients.

Methods: Conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, the study “Physicians' Attitudes and Practices Regarding Cannabis and Recommending Medical …

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