Resources and Guidelines
Accessing the Most Authoritative Sources
Because so much knowledge about cannabis as a medicine has been collected from real world data, there is a great need for quality evidence-based research. We have assembled a list of some of the institutions and organizations that are leading the research effort and have curated a list of educational resources, guidelines and publications on cannabinoid-based medicine.
A curated summary of evidence for the use of medical cannabis provided by the Canadian Agency for Drug and Technologies in Health.
A registered nonprofit organization of basic and clinical researchers, health care professionals and educators that promotes research and evidence-based education.
An introduction to cannabis continuing education course offered as a webinar by the University Health Network’s Michener Institute of Education.
We’ve identified several publications on the evidence with respect to cannabinoid-based medicine and on the practicalities of prescribing.
MacCallum et. al. Practical Considerations in Medical Cannabis Administration and Dosing.
Medical cannabis is gaining wide acceptance as an effective pain control remedy. The following resources support the use of medical cannabis in pain management.