CBD users are encouraged to participate in a CBD study by Project CBD. The study looks at how the use of cannabis influences the health and wellbeing of people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Wholistic Research and Education Foundation, together with the UC Institute for Prediction Technology, and Department of Emergency at the University of California, Irvine, will be involved in the study together. People who can volunteer as subjects need to be 18 years of age or older, speak English, have the power of consent, and be CBD and/or cannabis users.
How Will the Project CBD Study Take Place?
The study is going to be conducted exclusively online, asking subjects to complete questionnaires that take about 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Questions will be about how the ongoing pandemic is influencing the respondents’ sleep quality and anxiety levels, also of the use of CBD and/or cannabis in such times has had an impact on their health and wellbeing. The results will be shared with anyone who wants to know more about CBD and cannabis. Volunteers' answers will be privately kept. Only research team members will have access to the information they’re providing.
More About UCIPT
UCIPT is a multicampus and multidisciplinary institute that analyzes the ways in which social technologies of predicting human behaviors and outcomes are functioning. It has faculty leaders at 4 campuses in California:
- UC Irvine
- UC San Diego
- UC Santa Cruz
More About Wholistic Research and Education Foundation
The Wholistic Research and Education Foundation is functioning as a public nonprofit that explores CBD’s health and therapeutic benefits by funding scientific studies on it and increasing people’s access to education on this hemp ingredient. The institute’s initiatives are multi-disciplinary and look at how cannabis works for different people in order to help them become healthier.