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UBC School of Nursing releases “Cycles”, video resource for schools about decision making and marijuana use

A team of researchers at UBC School of Nursing recently produced a short film (CYCLES trailer) which explores the use of marijuana in the lives of two young people. This fictional drama is based on earlier qualitative research projects focused on decision making and marijuana use, highlighting different reasons for use, its personal impact, and its potential influence on others. Two versions of the film (a 28-minute uninterrupted version and 34-minute interactive version with questions) are now available for pilot purposes in Canadian high school classrooms (Grades 8 – 12 inclusive). Accompanying resource materials have been developed to support meaningful dialogue about decision making and marijuana use following the film. These materials are intended for use by teachers and adult facilitators in high schools and other settings. If you are interested in using these knowledge translation materials, we would welcome your feedback on their usefulness and effectiveness.  For more information, contact Barbara Moffat @ barb.moffat@nursing.ubc.ca

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