Summit addresses impact of cannabinoids on student-athlete health, safety and performance

Tuesday, December 20, 2022
NCAA Media Center

This summit provided an incredible opportunity to better understand current research and data pertaining to marijuana use at the college level," said Brian Hainline, NCAA chief medical officer. "The cannabis industry is rapidly evolving, and it's important for the NCAA to understand the current landscape as educational, policy and research strategies are developed to best support the physical and mental health of student-athletes.

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