Earn 40 (Category 1) QI&CPD RACGP Accredited Points
ACTIVITY NUMBER: 147060
This workshop is designed to offer health professionals practical skills in prescribing medicinal cannabis in Australia. Designed by Dr Towpik, this course has been developed using her practical experience and real case studies from her practice. This workshop aims to provide health professionals with an understanding of the therapeutic properties of medicinal cannabis and its potential application in chronic pain management, palliative care, multiple sclerosis, CINV, and epilepsy.
This course aims to provide medical practitioners with a good understanding of the endocannabinoid system, pharmacology, mechanisms of action, therapeutic benefits, adverse effects, drug interactions, treatment consideration, dosing strategies and the prescribing process in Australia.
On completion of this workshop, medical practitioners will develop the necessary skills to confidently assess and advise patients regarding the suitability of medicinal cannabis based on each individual case.
This workshop comes with 4 hours of interactive case studies and clinical applications.
This course is designed for:
- General Practitioners
- Health professionals
- Allied health practitioners
RACGP Category 1 QI&CPD Requirements
MediHuanna is an accredited provider for the RACGP in the QI&CPD program. This practical workshop has been accredited (Activity no: 147060) and members of the RACGP are eligible to claim 40 (Category 1) QI&CPD points. It is a requirement of the RACGP that members who wish to claim these points provide their RACGP number when applying for this course. Other health professionals may also apply for self-directed CPD point for their particular profession.
About the Instructor
Dr. Teresa Towpik
Chief Medical Officer | MEDIHUANNA
Dr Towpik is an Australian GP and an advocate of medicinal cannabis. She has been extensively studying the therapeutic properties of cannabis and applying it in her practice with promising results. Her main focus is the management of chronic debilitating pain.
Cannabis is becoming widely accepted and requested by patients. Now, there is a growing need for doctors to obtain practical skills and knowledge to prescribe it effectively and safely. Recognising this need, Dr Towpik founded MediHuanna, an organisation providing accredited cannabis education for Health Professionals.