Agenda

Please see below for the IOTOD 2021 agenda:
IOTOD 2021 plenary sessions are available for all those registered to view on demand . Sponsored content and stands may be restricted to health care professionals only.

SESSION 1 — TREATING OPIOID DEPENDENCE: WHO IS OUR PATIENT NOW?
IOTOD welcome and How is the range of patient groups with opioid use disorder evolving and what is the impact for treatment providers? Professor Nicholas Lintzeris
Drug use and the digital dealer Dr Stephan Walcher
Panel discussion
SESSION 2 — REACHING ALL OPIOID-DEPENDENT PATIENTS IN THE COVID ERA
COVID-19: the impact for service provision, the treatment protocols and the future Mr Duncan Hill
Has COVID-19 reduced / impacted stigma-related barriers to treatment to opioid dependence? Professor Catriona Matheson
COVID-19 and addiction: are there increased risks for opioid dependence? Dr Michael Kelleher
Panel discussion
Accord Healthcare & Molteni Farmaceutici - sponsored satellite symposium
AbbVie - sponsored satellite symposium
SESSION 3 — OPIOID ANALGESIA DEPENDENCE: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Identification and management of OAD in patients with chronic pain Professor Maurice Dematteis
Multidisciplinary perspectives for prevention and management of OAD Ms Cathryn Kemp, Ms Lucy Skea, Dr Steve Brinksman
Panel discussion
Indivior - sponsored satellite symposium
SESSION 4 — LONG-ACTING BUPRENORPHINE – THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE FUTURE?
Long-acting buprenorphine formulations – the story so far Professor Nicholas Lintzeris
Perspective beyond the prescription Professor John Marsden
Perspectives from across the clinic Ms Jennifer Kelly, Ms Caroline Notman
Panel Discussion
Camurus-sponsored workshop
SESSION 5 — OPTIMISING CARE: VIRAL HEPATITIS AND OST DRUG-DRUG INTERACTIONS
Can we do more for HBV care among PWIDs? Professor Ashley Brown
Why don’t more HCPs prescribe HCV drugs? Professor Graham Foster
OST and drug-drug interactions: looking at antivirals and beyond Mr Duncan Hill
Panel discussion
SESSION 6 — COMPLEX CASES: PANEL DISCUSSION
Complex cases: panel discussion Professor Graham Foster, Dr Stephan Walcher
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