Evaluation of FSTs for identifying drivers under the influence of cannabis

Dr. Tom Marcotte and colleagues recently published their findings in JAMA Psychiatry of a double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel randomized clinical trial that evaluated 184 cannabis users on aspects of field sobriety testing (FST) used by law enforcement as a tool to detect cannabis impairment. The study found that more specific roadside testing of cannabis-impaired drivers is needed.

Click HERE to read the full article in JAMA Psychiatry

Click HERE to read JAMA Psychiatry's Editorial of this article

Click HERE to read UC San Diego's article "Can Field Sobriety Tests Identify Drivers Under the Influence of Cannabis?"

Click HERE to read CBS8's article "Study: Field Sobriety Tests are Inadequate at Identifying Drivers Under the Influence of Cannabis"

Click HERE to read City News Service's article "Study: Field Sobriety Tests are Insufficient for DUI Cases Involving THC"