Annual Prizes and Awards
BAP Public Communication Prizes
The BAP Public Communication Prizes are awarded annually to reward excellence in both clinical and non-clinical science communication to the public in the area of psychopharmacology.
We are pleased to announce that the winner of this year's BAP Public Communication Prizes is:Dr Chandni Hindocha (University College London) Senior
- The Guardian - 'CBD lubricant is a bestseller': cannabis oil products are booming – but does the science stack up?
- MyLondon News - Meet the Londoner who claims a few drops of cannabis oil a day has almost rid her of anxiety
- Huffington Post - Are CBD Health Benefits Too Good To Be True?
- The Guardian - Cannabis users who put tobacco in joints 'more likely to be addicted'
- The Guardian - 'Cannabis is a mental health issue': the ex-offenders using rap as therapy
- South London Botanical Society*
- UCL Spices and Medicines public Annual Symposium 2018 (link unavailable)
- Women’s Health Live in 2019 and 2020*
- Ohana Podcast (to be released)
- Dose Podcast*
* Cancelled due to COVID-19
- BAP Blog - SYMPOSIUM 9 – Novel therapeutic uses of cannabinoids
- BAP Blog - Is Cannabidiol a useful drug for treating addictions?
- Scientific American - Cannabis Compound Eases Anxiety and Cravings of Heroin Addiction
- Newsweek - How Cannabis Ingredient CBD Could Help Tackle the Opioid Crisis
- Newsweek - What Is CBD? Marijuana Compound Could Help Smokers Quit by Stopping Intrusive Thoughts, Study Finds
- Vice - Should You Take This Legal Supplement If You Smoke Skunk?
- Reddit - Cannabidiol (CBD), a non?intoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis, may be a promising novel smoking cessation treatment
- Volteface - A problem of ‘joint’ use: exploring the interplay between cannabis and tobacco
- Society for the Study of Addiction blog - Cannabis addiction: Don’t forget about tobacco
- Cambridge Network - CANNTalks. A conversation on cannabis: the full spectrum. Part I