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Cannabis Prescriber Education*
- Guide to prescribing medicinal cannabis in Australia
- Cannabis 101 - Benefits, side effects, drug interactions, delivery methods
- Prescriber 101 - Prescriber pathways, consultation framework, choosing products
Cannabis Medicine Database
- Utilise the product list and filters to narrowing down possible product choices
- Search products based on cannabinoids, terpene profile and more
- Review clinical evidence and case studies for products
- Compare products side by side based on product components and patient needs
- See what medications your peers are prescribing for similar conditions
- Access CoAs, CMIs and PIs on demand
Clinical, Product and Supplier Updates & Support (coming soon)
- Access up to date clinical information about cannabis
- Optin to receive product information when and how you want it.
- Reach out to product suppliers for support with the click of a button
- Find out about educational webinars and in person prescriber events
Find A Cannabis Prescriber Listing - Premium**
- Enhanced result findability when prescriber meets search criteria
- Prescriber image & bio
- Prescriber contact details
- Booking directly from honahlee.com.au site
Frequently asked questions
I’m very new to medicinal cannabis, how can Catalyst help me?
Starting your cannabis prescribing journey can be difficult. We've created an independent platform for you to get the foundational knowledge you need to start prescribing medicinal cannabis without the hassle from product suppliers.
When signing up for your free trial or paid account you’ll get access to a series of articles that will teach you the basics of CBD and THC, the endocannabinoid system, side effects, contraindications and drug interactions and delivery methods.
By the time you finish with these resources you’ll be ready to start your product selection journey - reviewing products and reaching out to the product suppliers that you think might have the best products and services for you and your patients. Once you’ve started to prescribe medicinal cannabis, you’ll find the Cannabis Medicines Database (CMD) to be a useful tool for talking about products with your patients and providing patients with important information like titration information, CoAs and CMIs.
I’m an experienced prescriber, how can Catalyst help me?
As an experienced prescriber you’ll know everything there is to know about CBD, THC and the delivery methods available in Australia. You’re likely to be interested in tailoring treatments to patients using terpenes, minor cannabinoids and your practical insights.
The Cannabis Medicines Database (CMD) will give you the tools to start thinking about how medicinal cannabis fits into your medicines toolkit more strategically. Use the product comparison features to filter out products that don’t meet your requirements and compare those you’ve shortlisted.
You’ll use the CMD and product lists to track the products you prescribe for specific indications and set aside those you might trial with new patients.
You may also want to start tracking patient results to gain further insights into the products you’re prescribing. As more prescribers use the product feedback features, Catalyst will turn that feedback into searchable data that you can then use to refine your product selection for better patient outcomes.
How can Catalyst help me become more patient focussed in my practice?
Your time is valuable as a medical practitioner. We want to make sure that the time you’re spending learning about products and clinical data is focussed and easy to access. The less time you spend searching your inbox for that product/stock update or reaching out to a supplier for CoAs, titration guides up to date brochures, the more time you have to focus on your patients.
Catalyst provides you with one access point to all of the information you’ll need to enhance your practice of cannabinoid therapy including clinical, product and supplier updates and support. Find out about upcoming webinars, CPD courses, cannabis specific and events. Get product updates and stock notices without receiving dozens of emails. The product information you receive is unbiased with the goal of helping you make the best decision for your patient, no strings attached.
And, the best part is that the more you engage with Catalyst, the more you’ll get out of it. As more healthcare practitioners use the Cannabis Medicines Database and feedback features, the more real world data you are able to use when making decisions for your patients.
Cannabis medicine is about improving the health and wellness of the community. Catalyst is about simplifying the process for prescribers so you can focus on patients and the community.
What if I’d like to cancel my Catalyst subscription?
If you’re on the month to month plan then you can cancel at any time and you’ll have access to the Cannabis Medicines Database and Clinical, Product and Supplier Updates & Support until the end of that month. In some cases you may be eligible for a refund. Please read our refund policy.
If you’re on an annual plan and purchased that subscription within the past 30 days, we’ll provide a full refund. If you are outside of the 30 day window, we will be unable to provide a refund.
Where can I see what the honahlee find a prescriber listing looks like?
Why do you require a 10% discount for the honahlee find a prescriber listing?
The cost of cannabis medicine is already higher than it should be in Australia. In order to see health benefits, many patients are paying hundreds of dollars a month, whereas many other medications are covered by the PBS.
Prescribers often charge large consultation and application fees for medicinal cannabis patients due to the extra effort it requires to do the SAS application. While the SAS application can be difficult at the start, once you have the process down it shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes.
We require prescribers who have a premium listing to offer 10% off on the first patient consultation only, to show patients these prescribers are willing to help contribute to patient health where the government (PBS) does not. It’s a once off discount which can make a huge difference to both a patient’s mental and physical health.