Global: S.A.M. New Book Release on Contemporary Health Issues on Marijuana

 

Contemporary Health Issues on Marijuana:
New Book Co-Edited by Dr. Kevin Sabet Available Now

Hot off the presses of Oxford University, Contemporary Health Issues on Marijuana is now available for purchase by clicking here.
This new book, co-edited by Drs. Kevin A. Sabet and Ken C. Winters, comprises chapters by other experts hailing from a wide range of fields including psychology, epidemiology, medicine, and criminal justice. It is a balanced, data-driven volume highlighting new theory and clinical evidence pertaining to marijuana.
The volume features a comprehensive review of research into marijuana’s impact on public health, including how it affects cognitive and neurological functioning, its medical effects, suggested treatment approaches for marijuana use disorders, marijuana smoking and lung function, and marijuana-impaired driving.
Contemporary Health Issues on Marijuana is a must-have resource for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers.
Click here to order your copy today while supplies last!
Trainings and Speaking Engagements
SAM Trainings and speaking engagements are now available to organizations and corporations around the country who want to educate their communities and employees on all issues surrounding marijuana. For more information please email us at trainings@learnaboutsam.org.

About SAM

Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) is a nonpartisan, non-profit alliance of physicians, policy makers, prevention workers, treatment and recovery professionals, scientists, and other concerned citizens opposed to marijuana legalization who want health and scientific evidence to guide marijuana policies. SAM has affiliates in more than 30 states. For more information about marijuana use and its effects, visit  www.learnaboutsam.org
 

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