CCSA’s Issues of Substance Conference

Oral Presentation D8
Late-breaking Session I

Date & Time Tuesday, November 26
10:30 - 12:00
Room Governor General I Room

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D8.1: Risk Factors and Birth Outcomes Associated with Teenage Pregnancy: A Canadian Sample 

Stephanie Wong, Brescia University College
Jasna Twynstra, Brescia University College; Western University
Jason Gilliland, Western University; Human Environments Analysis Laboratory
Jocelynn Cook, University of Ottawa; The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada
Jamie Seabrook, Brescia University College; Western University; Children’s Health Research Institute/Lawson Health Research Institute

D8.2 Characterizing Motivations for Cannabis Use in a Cohort of People who Use Illicit Drugs: A Latent Class Analysis 

Stephanie Lake, British Columbia Centre on Substance Use; University of British Columbia
Thomas Kerr, British Columbia Centre on Substance Use; University of British Columbia
Jane Buxton, University of British Columbia
Zach Walsh, University of British Columbia Okanagan
M-J Milloy, British Columbia Centre on Substance Use; University of British Columbia

D8.3 Strong Alcopops and Alcohol-related Medical Emergencies among Youth: The Impact of the Quebec Government's Alcopops Legislation 

Catherine Paradis, Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
Claude Cyr, Université de Sherbrooke
Ariane Gauthier Chamard, Université de Sherbrooke

D8.4 Experiences and Impacts of Supervised Consumption Site Use on the Social Determinants of Health 

Nick Kerman, University of Ottawa
Stéphanie Manoni-Millar, University of Ottawa
Luc Cormier, Sandy Hill Community Health Centre
Tali Cahill, Sandy Hill Community Health Centre
John Sylvestre, University of Ottawa

D8.5 Cannabis Advertising, Promotion and Branding: Differences in Consumer Exposure between ‘Legal’ and ‘Illegal’ Markets in the US and Canada 

Jennifer Rup, University of Waterloo
Samantha Goodman, University of Waterloo
David Hammond, University of Waterloo

D8.6 Defining Success in Integrated Treatment Programs for Pregnant and Parenting Women Who Use Drugs: A Qualitative Analysis Conceptualizing Outcomes 

Emily Nichol, University of Victoria
Karen Milligan, Ryerson University
Karen Urbanoski, University of Victoria 

(simultaneous interpretation available)

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