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2021 Health Equity Research Supplement to Conduct Focus Groups with Black and White Women who Self-Report Cannabis Use During Pregnancy

Qualitative data are critically needed to better understand knowledge gaps, preferences, and social and cultural factors that differentially contribute to prenatal cannabis use among Black and White women. To address these important gaps in knowledge, we will conduct race-matched virtual focus groups with Black and White pregnant women who self-report cannabis use during pregnancy to learn more about what drives prenatal cannabis use, women’s understanding of harms, and barriers to quitting to inform better education and intervention materials.

Investigator: Young-Wolff, Kelly

Funder: Kaiser Permanente Division of Research

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