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Focus on Harm Reduction for Non-Medical Cannabis Use

This document is a supplement to CNA’s recently released discussion paper on harm reduction.

As Canada moves toward legalizing non-medical cannabis, CNA believes it is important that a wide range of stakeholders prepare for the new legislation, consider its public health implications and work to mitigate the harms through a harm reduction approach. Read the supplement at cna‑aiic.ca/HarmReduction.

Other recent publications

Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses — purchase the 2017 edition or read it online at cna‑aiic.ca/ethics.

Nurses and Environmental Health, Climate Change and Health and International Trade and Labour Mobility — download these updated position statements at cna‑aiic.ca/positions.

Call for president-elect nominations now open

At the 2018 annual meeting, CNA’s members will elect a new president-elect. The successful candidate will serve in the role for two years (2018-2020) before becoming president for the following two-year term (2020-2022).

CNA members are invited to submit a nomination by Dec. 7. Visit cna‑aiic.ca for the eligibility and nomination criteria.

For more member benefits, visit cna‑aiic.ca/benefits.

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