Opioid and Cannabis Co-Use among Adults with Chronic Pain: Relations to Substance Misuse, Mental Health, and Pain Experience(1 CME)

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Earn 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ while learning about learning about opioid and cannabis co-use among adults with chronic pain in this journal article from The Journal of Addiction Medicine 2019. Andrew S. Huhn, PhD, MBA, Kaitlyn R. Hay, MS, David Andrew Tompkins, MD, MHS, Kelley E. Dunn, PhD


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1.)  Identify how the co-use of substances is generally associated with poorer outcomes than single substance use

2.)  Understand how opioid and cannabis co-use is associated with higher anxiety and depression symptoms 



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