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Troubles de l’usage du cannabis Sommaire de Recherche (Français)

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Why women vape during pregnancy & postpartum: Conversation starters for your practice

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Vaping During Pregnancy & Postpartum

Reproductive Health
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Cannabis Use Disorder Research Summary (English)

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Bulletin 7: How do women and men report medical cannabis use? (English)

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Bulletin 7: Comment les femmes et les hommes déclarent-ils leur consommation de cannabis médical? (Français)

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Bulletin 6: What are men’s and women’s driving behaviours after cannabis use? (English)

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Bulletin 6: Quels sont les comportements des hommes et des femmes qui conduisent un véhicule après avoir consommé du cannabis? (Français)

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Sex, Gender & Cannabis Hub Resource List

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Why Women Use Cannabis (English)

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Pourquoi les Femmes Consomment du Cannabis (Français)

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The Ways Women Use Cannabis (English)

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Façons dont les femmes consomment le cannabis (Français)

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Some Alternatives to Using Cannabis to Cope with Stress (English)

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Quelques Pistes Pour Faire Face au Stress Sans Cannabis (Français)

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Why a Sex, Gender & Cannabis Hub?

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The social and cultural factors associated with gender – such as norms, roles, identities and relations – and the biological factors associated with sex – such as hormones, reproduction, metabolism and genetics – work together to influence our health.

In a changing landscape of cannabis policy in Canada, it is very important to understand how sex and gender intersect with cannabis use in order to make empowered health decisions for ourselves, and to guide service provision, research, and policy.

*Please note: The most recent regular update of this website was March 2023

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