Category Archives: ATOME

Palliative Care at the World Health Assembly

Lukas Radbruch, Chair of the International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC), reports from the 67th session of the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, and explains why it’s an exciting place to be right now… Can you imagine … Continue reading

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A critical view on legal barriers and the need for trust – the ATOME Slovakia National Symposium on Access to Opioid Medication

Eugenia Larjow, sociologist at the University Hospital of Bonn, Germany, and member of the ATOME (Access to Opioid Medication in Europe) Project Management Team. Nearly 60 people participated in the ATOME conference held in Bratislava on Tuesday, 25th March 2014, … Continue reading

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Pride and prejudice: Access to opioid medicines in Lithuania (ATOME)

Saskia Jünger, health scientist at the University Hospital of Bonn, Germany, and member of the ATOME Project Management Team, and Marjolein Vranken, pharmacist and lawyer at the Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Netherlands, and member of the ATOME team. … Continue reading

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Where would we like to go? ATOME update from Serbia

Lukas Radbruch, Coordinator of the ATOME project (Access to Opioid Medication in Europe) reports on the ATOME National Symposium held in Belgrade on 3 October 2013. Where would we like to go? This was the question put forward by Milica … Continue reading

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Breaking news in Tallinn: Estonian opioid legislation changes announced at ATOME conference

Saskia Jünger, health scientist at the University Hospital of Bonn, Germany, and member of the ATOME Project Management Team and Marjolein Vranken, pharmacist and lawyer at the Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences (the Netherlands) and member of the ATOME team. … Continue reading

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