With only two weeks to go, the PCM Scientific team are gearing up to deliver the 2022 Improving Outcomes in the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (IOTOD) virtual conference on May 11th – 12th.
Following the success of our 2021 virtual conference, the IOTOD 2022 conference will offer a range of exciting and interactive sessions. It will involve thought-provoking talks and expert-led panel discussions in the field of opioid dependence, equipping our audience with the tools to improve their quality of care in their day-to-day clinical practice.
Making a comeback this year, IOTOD will host its very own poster session where delegates can feature their latest research and findings in the field of opioid dependence. Returning to the conference will be our popular complex case studies discussion, where delegates can discuss opioid dependence and co-morbidities with international colleagues and world-leading experts.
Topics to be addressed at IOTOD 2022:
- Opioid dependant patients: Profiles past and present
- Psychosocial treatments and beyond ODT medication
- Opioid analgesia dependence: is it being managed?
- How has treatment provision in opioid dependence evolved?
- Viral hepatitis: uncovering the unknown
- Complex cases: panel discussion
Accessing our community of healthcare professionals via our media brands Pulse, Nursing in Practice, The Pharmacist, Hospital Pharmacy Europe and Hospital Healthcare Europe, as well as the well-established IOTOD community, the IOTOD 2022 conference welcomes addiction specialists, psychiatrists, GPs, community pharmacists, primary care nurses and other healthcare professional managing patients with opioid dependence and associated comorbidities.
The European Accreditation Committee in CNS (EACIC) has granted 7 CME credits to this event.
Find out more about the IOTOD experience here.