Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute

Comparative Examination of Cannabis Use Disorder as a Risk Factor in HIV Care

This project aimed to analyze a cohort of HIv+ patients linked to care at 7 U.S. settings, including Seattle, to determine whether cannabis use disorder was a risk to care continuity.

Fund Information

Dedicated Marijuana Fund
Start: March 1, 2017
End: June 30, 2017
Status: completed

Project Results

Hartzler B, Carlini BH, Williams JR, Crane HM, Eron JJ, Elvin H. Geng EH, Mathews WC, Mayer KH, Moore RD, Mugavero MJ, Napravnik S, Rodriguez B, & Donovan DM. Cannabis as a Risk Factor to HIV Care Continuity in the United States. Manuscript submitted to AIDS Care.

Hartzler, B., Carlini, B.H., Williams, J.R., Crane, H.M., Geng, E.H., Mathews, W.C., Mayer, K.H., Moore, R.D., Mugavero, M.J., Napravnik, S., Rodriguez, B., & Donovan, D.M. (2020). Marijuana as a risk factor for discontinuity of care among persons living with HIV/AIDS. Cannabis, 3(1), 93.