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Professorship to advance addiction medicine in BC announced in honour of Philip Owen’s legacy
January 15, 2021Read more
Closing the evidence-to-practice gap to strengthen the addiction treatment system in BC so patients can get the care they need will be the focus of
Cannabis could reduce fentanyl use, reduce overdose risk: study
December 17, 2020Read more
New research suggests that cannabis use by people in care for opioid addiction might improve their treatment outcomes and reduce their risk of being exposed
BCCSU statement on plan to decriminalize simple possession of drugs in Vancouver
November 18, 2020Read more
The BC Centre on Substance Us strongly supports the motion before City Council to apply for a section 56 exemption to the Controlled Drugs and
New podcast on addiction medicine launched to support the province’s primary care providers
September 22, 2020Read more
The BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) has launched the first series of Addiction Practice Pod, a podcast focusing on addiction and substance use care
Research: Youth often use cannabis as harm reduction, may help stop injection drug use
August 20, 2020Read more
New research is shedding light on how cannabis use among some young people may be an important way to reduce the harms of other substance
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