Practice Level: Advanced
A marijuana or cannabis substance use disorder can result in significant impairment both mentally and physically. DSM-5 describes cannabis abuse and dependence as part of the same substance use disorder or cannabis use disorder. Clinicians are recommended to observe DSM-5 diagnostic criteria during screening and for diagnosing a cannabis substance use disorder, including new specifiers that may affect an individual’s initial and ongoing treatment plan for recovery.
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- Identify the duration of drug action for smoked marijuana
- Explain the medical uses of cannabis
- Discuss cannabis-induced disorders
- Describe the relationship between marijuana use and mental illness
- Worldwide Use Of Marijuana
- What Is Marijuana?
- The Pharmacokinetics Of Tetrahydrocannabinol
- Medical And Psychotherapeutic Uses Of Cannabis
- Defining Harmful Drug Use
- Other Cannabis-Induced Disorders
- Acute- And Chronic-Effects Of Marijuana Use
- Marijuana Use And Mental Illness
- Addiction Potential Of Marijuana
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