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Conversations in a ballroom – Hungary ATOME national conference on improving access to opioid medication

Saskia Jünger, health scientist at the University Hospital of Bonn, Germany, and member of the ATOME Project Management Team. A touch of summer, with a glittering sun over the Danube – majestic scenery for the 6th national ATOME conference on … Continue reading

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Dynamic and proactive ­– Latvia ATOME national conference on improving access to opioid medication

Saskia Jünger, health scientist at the University Hospital of Bonn (Germany) and member of the ATOME Project Management Team On 21 March 2013, spring was supposed to have arrived – but the scenery rather reminded us of a winter’s tale … Continue reading

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ATOME Greece: National Symposium to Improve Access to Opioid Medication

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

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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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