Soapbar, Skunk, Annihilation... What’s happening with cannabinoids?
Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow - 16th March 2016
Scottish Drugs Forum are pleased to be able to invite you to our conference on cannabis and synthetic cannabinoids with keynote speaker Dr Adam Winstock, Consultant Psychiatrist and founder and director of The Global Drugs Survey.
In recent times there have been many changes to the quality and nature of cannabis, and a proliferation of synthetic cannabinoids sold as 'legal highs'. These changes have brought a particular focus on cannabinoids and has raised concerns about harms associated with their use and our response to those harms.
As a result of this, SDF has organised this event, the first of our informative conference series in 2016, to hear from leading experts in the field. With the assistance of our speakers we will look at the latest research and evidence base and practical approaches to working with cannabinoid users.
You can download the draft event programme to gain a taste of what the day will provide, and can also download the booking form, if you would not like to use the attached form below.
We hope you can attend what is shaping up to be an incredibly informative, and fresh approach to the issues that can arise from cannabis and synthetic cannabinoid use.
Soapbar, Skunk, Annihilation... What’s happening with cannabinoids? 16th March 2016
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