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Strategic action plan for improving access to opioid medication in Cyprus – ATOME conference

Dr Saskia Jünger, Department of Palliative Medicine, University Hospital of Bonn (Germany) and member of the ATOME Project Management Team; Barbara Pitsillides, coordinator home care service PASYKAF and key contact of the Cyprus country team; Ioannis Kkolos, Pharmaceutical Services, Ministry … Continue reading

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ATOME research session in Trondheim

Dr Saskia Jünger, Health Scientist, Department of Palliative Medicine, University Hospital Bonn, Germany, and member of the ATOME Project Management Team Fit for funds? – How to start, manage and survive an EU-funded project International research collaboration in palliative care … Continue reading

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Access to Opioid Medications: ATOME National Conference in Turkey

Lukas Radbruch, Coordinator of the EU-funded ATOME project, and Saskia Jünger, project coordinator of ATOME “In Turkey we wait for a long time, but then we move very quickly.” Murat Gültekin, Director of the Cancer Control Programme of the Turkish … Continue reading

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Access to Opioid Medications: ATOME National Conference in Slovenia

Lukas Radbruch, Coordinator of the EU-funded ATOME project Marko is 73 years old, and has bone pain caused by metastatic prostate cancer. He suffered terrible back pain following a fall some months ago, and it took several weeks until he … Continue reading

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Access to Opioid Medications in Europe (ATOME)

Lukas Radbruch, Coordinator of the EU-funded ATOME project A new publication in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine on painful inequities describes the barriers that prevent adequate pain treatment in resource-poor countries (Lamas D, Rosenbaum L. Painful inequities –palliative … Continue reading

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