IOTOD 2016

The 14th annual ‘Improving Outcomes in the Treatment of Opioid Dependence’ (IOTOD) meeting took place at the Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre on 21–23 June 2016.

Chairs Sharon Walsh (University of Kentucky, Lexington, USA) and John Marsden (King’s College London, UK) and the international faculty delivered a well-received interactive format, with case-based workshops, patient role plays, plenary sessions and discussion panels.

Highlights of the conference included an innovative new interactive workshop session focusing on HCV. Practice-based themes throughout the meeting included joined-up care in opioid dependence; treatment aspirations; opioid analgesic dependence; best practice in medication use; and treating complex patients, including those with co-morbid disorders such as ADHD.

All talks are available the IOTOD website now.

Chairs

Professor Sharon Walsh

Professor of Behavioral Science and Psychiatry Center on Drug and Alcohol Research, University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY, USA

Professor John Marsden

Professor of Addiction Psychology, Addictions Department, King’s College London

London, UK

Speakers

Dr Maite Ferrin

Consultant Psychiatrist, Huntercombe Hospital, Maidenhead, UK and Honorary Clinical Lecturer, University of Southampton, UK

UK

Professor Eli Alon

Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, Zurich University

Zurich, Switzerland

Mr Charles Gore

Chief Executive of the Hepatitis C Trust

London, UK

Dr Hemant Shah

Assistant Professor, Staff Hepatologist and Clinician-Educator at the Francis Family Liver Clinic, University of Toronto

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Professor Oscar D’Agnone

Consultant Psychiatrist; and Honorary Professor of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences, University of Manchester

Manchester, UK

Mr Duncan Hill

Specialist Pharmacist in Substance Misuse, NHS Lanarkshire

Glasgow, Scotland

Professor Graham Foster

Professor of Hepatology, Queen Mary's University of London & Consultant, Bart's Health NHS Trust

London, UK

Professor Nicholas Lintzeris

Director, Community Based Treatment Interventions, Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia

Sydney, Australia

Dr Ashley Brown

Consultant Hepatologist, St. Mary’s and Hammersmith Hospitals, and Professor of Practice (Viral Hepatitis), Imperial College London

London, UK

Dr Jennifer Havens

University of Kentucky

USA

Webcasts

Manoeuvres in the fog: drug-drug interactions in OST
Practicalities of transitioning between opioid agonist treatments
New horizons for treatment: translating the latest research into clinical practice
Tailoring behavioural interventions: emerging evidence and practical implications
View all webcasts