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Über SIP

Die "Societal Impact of Pain" (SIP) ist eine internationale Plattform, welche 2009 als gemeinsame Initiative der European Pain Federation EFIC® und des Pharmaunternehmens Grünenthal GmbH gegründet wurde.

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Die nationalen SIP-Vertreter und Endorser haben damit begonnen, nationale SIP-Plattformen (Social Impact of Pain) in Europa aufzubauen.

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From July 1st 2020 onwards, European Pain Federation EFIC and Pain Alliance Europe will take the lead on the strategic planning of the European SIP activities, as well as the management of projects and communications. The current partners Active Citizenship Network and Grünenthal will be involved in the wider SIP stakeholder forum together with other stakeholder groups.

Bringing pain policy to the next decade - new SIP model

From July 1st 2020 onwards, European Pain Federation EFIC and Pain Alliance Europe will take the lead on the strategic planning of the European SIP ac…

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On July 1st, the EFIC-Grunenthal Grant (E-G-G) will host a webinar on "How to launch your career in pain research with the EFIC-Grunenthal Grant (E-G-G)" from 11am to 11:30am CET. Find out more about the research grant, the application process as well as useful tips from Sara Badreh, EFIC Advocacy & Research Projects Officer and Joukje Oosterman, 2016 E-G-G winner.

Webinar "How to launch your career in pain research with the…

On July 1st, the EFIC-Grunenthal Grant (E-G-G) will host a webinar on "How to launch your career in pain research with the EFIC-Grunenthal Grant (E-G-…

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On June 24th, the winners of the 2nd Brain, Mind and Pain Grant with the theme "STOP Stigma! Reduce stigma to improve quality of life for brain, mind, and pain patients" have been announced in a virtual ceremony.

Who are the winners of the 2nd Brain Mind and Pain Grant “St…

On June 24th, the winners of the 2nd Brain, Mind and Pain Grant with the theme "STOP Stigma! Reduce stigma to improve quality of life for brain, mind,…

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SIP VERANSTALTUNGEN

NÄCHSTE VERANSTALTUNGEN

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Montag, 06. Juli 2020
The Summer Training Course for Young Patients Advocates (STYPA) – Leadership Programme is an exciting and unique opportunity offering a tailored high-quality training to young patient advocates or representatives, who have the motivation to learn more about advocacy and maximise their leadership potentials in a real environment. Our vision for STYPA is to create a platform where young patient advocates would empower, inspire, and learn from each other on an annual basis.
What is the topic?
This year’s topic will once again look at how patient advocacy is evolving and facing emerging challenges and opportunities, and the importance of keeping a strong ethical approach. Young patients’ voices are increasingly heard by regulatory bodies such as EMA, industry, HTA bodies, and policy makers, to ensure that their perspective is not missed to inform the decision-making process. As usual, these opportunities raise questions around the representativeness of those bringing the patient perspective, their potential conflict of interest or risk of bias depending on the role patient advocates play in which context. Through the training course, EPF will raise awareness among the new generation of young patient advocates on current challenges, obstacles, opportunities and will share good practises for ethical patient advocacy in complex Environments.
For further information, please visit the European Patients' Forum website.

STYPA 2020 - Shaping The Future of Patient Advocacy

The Summer Training Course for Young Patients Advocates (STYPA) – Leadership Programme is an exciting and unique opportunity offering a tailored hig…

Mittwoch, 08. Juli 2020
On 8 July 2020, EFIC will host a webinar addressing the impact of COVID-19 crisis on pain management. The event will begin at 5.30 pm CEST and to register please click here.

Save the Date: EFIC Webinar on pain management during COVID-19

On 8 July 2020, EFIC will host a webinar addressing the impact of COVID-19 crisis on pain management. The event will begin at 5.30 pm CEST and to regi…

Donnerstag, 20. August 2020
The World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases, scheduled for 2-5 April 2020, has had to be postponed and will now take place between 20 and 23 August 2020.
For the 20th Edition of the WCO-IOF-ESCEO (World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases) which will take place in Barcelona, Spain from April 2 to April 5, 2020, the members of the Committee of Scientific Advisors of the IOF and the Scientific Advisory Board of the ESCEO are developing a very exciting Congress’ scientific programme that will bring together the world’s best in the field of musculoskeletal health and disease.
For registration and further information on the event programm, please visit the official congress website.

POSTPONED: World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases 2020

The World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases, scheduled for 2-5 April 2020, has had to be postponed and will now ta…

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