The 20th annual ‘Improving Outcomes in the Treatment of Opioid Dependence’ (IOTOD) meeting took place as a virtual event on the 11-12 May 2022.
The 2022 IOTOD faculty led an engaging two-day meeting, featuring international field experts speaking on multiple and emerging topics, such as: the changing patient profile, opioid analgesic dependence, opioid substitution therapy, the experience so far with long-acting buprenorphine formulations from the patients’ perspectives, and optimising best approaches to address viral hepatitis in PWIDs. The webcasts from this conference will be available to view on the IOTOD 2022 conference platform until Thursday 30th June.
All plenary content will be available to attendees on-demand, allowing you to reflect on learnings or catch-up on any missed sessions at your leisure.
The European Accreditation Committee in CNS (EACIC) has granted 7 CME credits to this event.
The IOTOD experience
Measuring behavioural changes
2011 marked the year measurement of delegate behavioural changes began. These measurements showed the IOTOD conference elicited measurable significant improvements in physician behaviours over the years, which have been published in the European Journal of CME.