The vast majority of data from psychedelic research studies comes from whites of European descent, but people of color can also benefit from psychedelics and our needs and lived experiences are unique!
Our IRB-approved survey is a one-of-a-kind investigation into the psychedelic experiences of BIPOC folx.
BIPOC PSYCHEDELIC EXPERIENCES
Our mission is to decolonize the way we understand and execute health education, research, and clinical practice, and healthcare.
It is CRITICAL that this work includes the voices of stakeholders, like you! If you are an educator, care provider, or employed in healthcare, please fill out our brief (3-minute) decolonization survey.
THE DECOLONIZE PROJECT
The Medicine Objective is part of a global team of researchers with specialties in spinal cord injury and psychedelics, researching how psychedelics effect individuals living with a spinal cord injury.
PSYCHEDELICS & SPINAL CORD INJURY
The Medicine Objective and partners are using Community-Engaged / Community Based Participatory Research bring free integrative healthcare to underserved communities.
URBAN HEALTH EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVE