PhD addicted to research: Cannabis Use Disorder

A special episode covering the latest on Cannabis Use Disorder In this special episode,...
Created On: 01/04/2021   (Last updated: 01/04/2021)

A special episode covering the latest on Cannabis Use Disorder

In this special episode, Chloe and Merve talk to Rachel Lees, an MRC funded PhD student at the University of Bath, about her research on Cannabis Use Disorder (CUD). They discuss common misconceptions about CUD. They also cover treatment options including psychosocial treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapies as well as outlining the evidence base from clinical trials of pharmacological treatments.

The team discusses the emerging literature on cannabidiol (CBD) as a treatment and the research currently underway into its potential pro-cognitive effects. They also cover barriers in CUD treatment research, unpicking some of the common challenges and limitations.

Finally Rachel talks about her PhD and gives some great advice for current and future PhD students about how to deal with unanticipated problems.

 

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