The 21st IOTOD live virtual conference is back for 2023, with an exciting 2-day educational agenda including interactive seminars, thought-provoking talks, satellite symposia, and expert-led panel discussions.
Do you want to learn more about addiction to prescription opioids and the changing opioid user profiles? Would you like to improve your confidence in managing opioid dependence?
This must-attend event will host valuable sessions to help you understand the latest advances in treating and supporting your opioid dependent patients, within primary and secondary care.
Date: Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th May 2023
- Wednesday: 09:00 – 16:30 BST
- Thursday: 10:00 – 16:30 BST
Tickets include access to all content on-demand for 30 days
Who should attend?
Ideal for primary and secondary care clinicians looking to improve their confidence in managing opioid dependence, as well as those with an interest in the field.
Past attendees have included general practitioners, primary care nurses, community pharmacists, addiction specialists, pain specialists, psychiatrists, social workers, hospital pharmacists, and hospital nurses, across Europe and the UK.
The two-day agenda will cover:
- Opioid dependency: Trends over time
- Harm reduction: prevention and treatment
- Viral hepatitis – transmission and treatments
- Relieving symptoms, changing behaviours, and patient empowerment
- Pain management: a balancing act in patient wellbeing
- Complex cases: panel discussions
- Request for abstracts – poster presentation
A few benefits you can expect from attending:
- Learn valuable insights to help better support your opioid dependent patients
- 7 CME/CPD credits
- Up to date with the latest research and emerging treatments in primary and secondary care
- Hear from international field experts, speaking on multiple advanced topics
- Opportunity to ask the experts questions, and network with your peers
- All content will have live translation to German and Spanish
The European Accreditation Committee in CNS (EACIC) has granted 7 CME credits to this programme
See what participants had to say from IOTOD 2022!
“This conference was very refreshing. The educational and scientific information was phenomenal. I would love to do more conferences.”
“A thoroughly informative learning event applicable to my current practice.”
“A well organised Conference providing a wide range of highly relevant information”
“First time attending this conference although on-line definitely beneficial to ongoing learning. Thoroughly enjoyed the event.”
“The presentations were highly informative”
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.