Cannabis for Insomnia

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Researchers at UCLA are recruiting adults (ages 18 or older) residing in California, who are currently using different kinds of cannabinoids to help with insomnia symptoms for a phone interview.

Our goal is to understand more about dosing, tolerability, and effects of use of different kinds of cannabinoids (e.g., THC, CBD, CBN, CBG, etc.) for insomnia symptoms in adults.

If you volunteer to participate in this study, you will be asked to complete a phone interview lasting approximately 45 minutes. The interview will include questions about your demographics, mental health and medical history, tobacco, alcohol and caffeine use, overall sleep functioning, insomnia symptoms, patterns of cannabinoid use, including type, amount, frequency, and timing of use, effectiveness for insomnia, and side effects. Upon completion, you will be emailed a $50 Amazon gift card for your participation.
If you are interested in participating, please email Emily Ricketts, PhD and clearly list the name of the study along with a good call-back number to reach you.

ERicketts@mednet.ucla.edu
 
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Researchers at UCLA are recruiting adults (ages 18 or older) residing in California, who are currently using different kinds of cannabinoids to help with insomnia symptoms for a phone interview.

Our goal is to understand more about dosing, tolerability, and effects of use of different kinds of cannabinoids (e.g., THC, CBD, CBN, CBG, etc.) for insomnia symptoms in adults.

If you volunteer to participate in this study, you will be asked to complete a phone interview lasting approximately 45 minutes. The interview will include questions about your demographics, mental health and medical history, tobacco, alcohol and caffeine use, overall sleep functioning, insomnia symptoms, patterns of cannabinoid use, including type, amount, frequency, and timing of use, effectiveness for insomnia, and side effects. Upon completion, you will be emailed a $50 Amazon gift card for your participation.
If you are interested in participating, please email Emily Ricketts, PhD and clearly list the name of the study along with a good call-back number to reach you.

ERicketts@mednet.ucla.edu
Would you consider recruiting candidates residing outside California as well? I understand it is interview by phone therefore residence is not that important? Thanks for your clarification