Welcome to the NZ Medical Cannabis Use Research Survey 2019

MCANZ is conducting an inaugural patient research survey to study trends within the patient community, surveying the range of attitudes, experiences, methods of consumption and conditions Medical Cannabis is used for. This is intended to be an ongoing project with the study being repeated at 2 yearly intervals to track changes over time as the Legal Scheme is implemented.

This research survey is expected to take 15-20 minutes to complete. In order to get the best results we need the survey totally completed, so we suggest you ensure you have 20 minutes free to do this.

All data is anonymised so that there is no identifiable information, and the final raw data will not be shared with third parties. Relevant interest groups such as Ministry of Health, Medical Professional Bodies, Media, potential Medicine Manufacturers and other Charities representing consumers may however receive additional statistical analyses relevant to their interests.

To read the patient information and consent form related to this survey click here.
To learn more about Medical Cannabis Awareness New Zealand click here.
MCANZ acknowledges the recently published 'Medicinal cannabis in Australia 2016' survey, and particularly the survey questionnaire used in that study which significantly informed the 2019 New Zealand survey's questionnaire content.

Reference: Lintzeris, N., Driels, J., Elias, N., Arnold, J. C., McGregor, I. S., & Allsop, D. J. (2018). Medicinal cannabis in Australia, 2016: the Cannabis as Medicine Survey (CAMS‐16). Medical Journal of Australia, 209(5), 211-216.

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* 1. Have you read the patient information consent form, and do you consent to participating in this research, including having your survey results being collated and used for the purposes of this study, and are you residing in New Zealand?

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