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CORE Heart Failure Education launches in Europe

23rd September 2016

The summer is over in Europe, at least according to the calendar, and so it is time to launch the CORE programme on the continent. CORE - Hand Read More >

Transcending the template at EASD

20th September 2016

While international guidelines call for individualisation of diabetes treatment plans, there is little guidance on how to accomplish this, particularly in complex circumstances such as multimorbidity. Read More >

Delegates from around the world commit to “Make Change Happen” at IOTOD 2016

28th June 2016

Over 300 healthcare professionals from around the world met in Bristol, UK, at the 14th annualImproving Outcomes in the Treatment of Opioid Dependenc Read More >

Avoiding DDIs in opioid therapy – updated app for the healthcare community

11th May 2016

Our recently released and updated drug–drug interactions (DDI) app provides a rapid reference for healthcare professionals (HCPs) providing treatment to patients receiving opioid replacement therapy Read More >

IOTOD 2016 - registration now open!

11th February 2016

Registration is now open for IOTOD 2016, our 3-day international educational conference developed to address real clinical needs in opioid dependence. This year's meeting will be in Bristol, UK, from Read More >

ADHD Continuum - new eLearning module launched

11th December 2015

As this exciting year draws to a close, we are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new eLearning module within our ADHD Continuum programme Read More >

Closing the clinical practice gap

15th May 2014

At the end of the last century, a York University review noted that: “The naive assumption that when research information is made available it is somehow accessed by practitioners, appraised and the Read More >

CME 2012 - Making Change Happen

14th February 2014

Alisa Pearlstone and Jamil Bacha talk about the brave new world of CME, where a new-found focus on effectiveness rather than just knowledge gain is bringing about real change in clinical practice. Read More >