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eTHC

Study information

Scientific title

The acute effects of cannabis use: An escalating THC dose-finding pilot study in frequent cannabis users.

Acronym

eTHC

Study information

In this randomised, double-blind, dose-finding experimental study, frequent problematic cannabis users will attend 3 experimental sessions, in which they will be administered inhaled cannabis, with each session involving a different THC dose. The doses will be 10, 20, and 30mg of THC. The aim of the present preliminary study is to determine which dose of THC induces subclinical paranoid ideations and/or cognitive impairments in frequent cannabis users.

Investigators

Professor Philip McGuire

Professor Sir John Strang

Dr Amir Englund

Dr Tom Freeman

Mr Dominic Oliver

Dr Ed Chesney

Mr Jack Wilson

Contact

Dr Amir Englund amir.englund@kcl.ac.uk

Mr Jack Wilson jack.wilson@kcl.ac.uk

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