Project Twenty21 - Prescribers
What's it like being a prescriber with Project Twenty21?
Who can prescribe medical cannabis?
What products are currently available to prescribe?
Our formulary consists of flower and oil products from our T21 licensed-producers - we will share this with you when you join the project as a prescriber. We ask that you prioritise prescribing products from our formulary, as only the products on our formulary are set at T21 prices. However, you are free to prescribe off-formulary if you feel it is necessary and specify the reason at the point of prescribing.
Our current licensed producers are:
How do I start prescribing medical cannabis through Project Twenty21?
What training do I need?
Before commencing any training with us, we will ask you to sign a Memorandum of Understanding, to confirm that you are happy to adhere to our processes. You will then be asked to read the Project Protocol and Twenty21 Formulary provided in our ‘How to get started’ pack sent to all new prescribers on the project.
Drug Science cannot give any advice on dosage or how to prescribe, but we recommend the following training:
- Register with the Medical Clinicians Cannabis Society (MCCS)
- Sign up for live online training with Prof. Mike Barnes – learn about cannabis history, how to prescribe, safe dosing and much more.
- Sativa Learning Medical Cannabis Module
- Other educational resources included in our ‘How to get started’ pack
Once you are confirmed as a prescriber with the project, we will setup an online meeting with you to train you in how to use our data collection system, Sail. This only takes about 20 mins to complete, and you will receive a demo video and step-by-step manual to refer back to.
Where can I seek further advice and support?
- Drug Science: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to speak to a member of the Drug Science T21 team about coming on board Project Twenty21.
- Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society: We work closely with the MCCS to ensure clinicians have sufficient tools at their disposal to confidently prescribe and share their knowledge. We urge you to stay up-to-date with the MCCS educational resources and FAQs for all the latest on prescribing medical cannabis.
- Primary Care Cannabis Network: A community platform and educational tool for GPs who are interested in learning about cannabis-based medical treatments and how these may serve the needs of patients.