Cannabis and sexual health: Identifying unknowns through quantita | 50078

Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology

ISSN - 2155-9562

Cannabis and sexual health: Identifying unknowns through quantitative and qualitative inquiry

International conference on Cannabis and Medicinal Research

November 15-16, 2018 Osaka, Japan

Regina Nelson, Jon Ross and Christopher J Smith

Integral Education & Consulting, LLC, USA

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Neurol Neurophysiol

Abstract :

This presentation represents a unique and innovative opportunity for research and analysis. The creative, mixed-methodology of the study takes advantage of both quantitative and qualitative data, allowing integral theory‚??s framework to analyze data from large pools of self-selected participants, including consumers of novel cannabis products. The use of narrative theory is a pedagogical approach that will provide a reflective and interpretive methodology for making sense of stories and experiences shared by consumer respondents, and for bringing clarity to clinical quantitative data sets. This sexual function and health study will focus on critical areas in need of review: emotional and physical satisfaction with and without a partnered sexual relationship; satisfaction with sexual health and function; and the importance of sex, sexual function and health to quality of life. Further, this study seeks to understand how introducing novel cannabis products designed for sexual enhancement and health affect consumer respondents‚?? sexual experiences. The presenter, the principal investigator in the mixed methods study will provide a broad overview of this new research and methodological approach, including the study‚??s design, research questions, and initial data.

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