IOTOD Conference

The IOTOD conference is an annual, CME-accredited, two-day event developed in partnership with internationally-renowned leading opioid dependence experts.

The latest innovations, controversies and emerging challenges are covered, ensuring the conference remains as clinically relevant and thought-provoking as ever. The conference, running for 17 years, attracts a multitude of specialists from across the globe and so, represents a unique opportunity to network with high-level experts in opioid dependence and get their insight on some of the most pressing topics in the field.

Click here to view the 2019 agenda. Registration and the programme for IOTOD 2020 to be released soon.

Who is the IOTOD conference for?

Anyone who plays a role in the care of people who inject drugs or opioid-dependent individuals is welcome, as well as any healthcare professional with an interest in the field. Past attendees have included addiction specialists, pain specialists, psychiatrists, pharmacists, social workers, general practitioners and nurses.

The IOTOD conference covers advanced topics and cutting-edge research and welcomes delegates from across the globe. Please note, the conference will be in English and talks will have a European focus.

In addition to the conference, IOTOD provides a variety of live and online educational interventions, evolving into a diverse, multiplatform initiative driving change worldwide in the understanding and treatment of opioid dependence. IOTOD also supports harm reduction efforts, overdose prevention strategies and hepatitis C elimination through the THN toolkit, reports and other online resources.

Take-home naloxone toolkit