IOTOD 2017: Improving outcomes in the treatment of opioid dependence

from May 17th 2017 to May 18th 2017


IOTOD is a key event in the European addictions calendar, providing key, practice-level education to over 300 international clinicians. GPs, psychiatrists, nurses and specialists across a number of areas (from addiction to hepatology) attend this 2-day meeting to receive practically focused and highly interactive education from an international faculty, on a range of topics including medication-assisted treatment, emergency overdose reversal and hepatitis C management. 

This year aims to examine new opportunities to dynamically adapt treatment to the individual patient, through  a number of case-based workshops, plenary sessions, panels and presentations by leading international experts. Highlights of this year’s meeting include innovative new interactive sessions, including an OEND masterclass and a diagnostic patient mystery roleplay. The popular complex case study clinic will be featured, during which delegates will be invited to share difficult patient challenges for discussion with the expert panel and audience. 

New for this year, our traditional ‘Quality Manifesto’ will now be interspersed throughout the conference. This has always provided delegates with numerous opportunities to submit commitments to best practice, and ultimately vote on which of the conference’s key learnings they will take forward into your own clinical practice. By distributing these sessions throughout the conference, delegates will have more opportunities than ever to improve outcomes in opioid dependence.

If you are interested in sponsorship/exibition opportunities, please get in touch. 

Standard: GBP 310
Early bird (before 1st Feb 2017): GBP 280

Speakers: John Marsden, Michelle Lofwall, Ashley Brown, Marta Torrens, Graham Foster, Duncan Cairns

Venue details:  Ramada Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz, Karl-Liebknecht-Straße32, Berlin 10178, Germany

Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm