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The American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence works with federal and state agency officials concerning opioid treatment policy throughout the United States. We also work with our partner, the World Federation for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, with regard to international initiatives and working with designated agencies within the United Nations.
The 2021 American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, Inc. (AATOD) Conference will be held virtually, April 10-14, 2021. The 2021 conference theme, “Forging Partnerships to Improve the Quality of Care” highlights the issues and challenges of medication assisted treatment in the context of the current opioid use/abuse epidemic.
Our intent is to educate and promote acceptance and integration of MAT options by patients, families, clinicians, the medical system, judicial systems, government, policy makers, social service administrations, and the general public. We will disseminate innovative, evidence-based initiatives and treatment techniques to better serve patients and providers, improve program development and administration, promote integration across the continuum of care, and enhance patient outcomes to assist communities in developing an effective response to this crisis.
The AATOD Conference is the largest gathering of the opioid treatment community. This conference brings innovative people together in a diverse array of forums and workshops. Hot Topic Roundtable discussions, inspirational plenary sessions, tours of programs, and exhibit booths with the latest technologies, science and products that support our work are just a few of the activities that surely stimulated participant discussion, debate and innovative ideas to share with our respective areas of work, our communities, and our treatment programs nationwide.
Applications to award Continuing Education Credits will be submitted for the following specialties:
Registrants are responsible for confirming that credits earned will be accepted for their specified certification by the appropriate accrediting body. For more information, visit the Continuing Education Credits page.
The AATOD Conference would not be successful without the help of it's volunteers. Volunteers are needed for various areas and events, especially during a virtual conference. If you are interested in volunteering at the conference in exchange for some wonderful opportunties, visit our Volunteer Page.