Willkommen bei SIP

Herzlich Willkommen auf der SIP-Platform! Hier finden Sie einen schnellen Überblick über unsere Themen und was uns bewegt. Die Links leiten auf Inhalte und Beiträge in englischer Sprache weiter. Falls Sie eine Übersetzung benötigen oder weitere Informationen wünschen, kontaktieren Sie uns bitte.

Go to the english version.

Wer sind wir?

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.

SIP AUF TOUR

SIP National

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

EU Plattform

SIP Thematic Network

Falls Sie unser SIP Joint Statement bisher nicht unterstützt haben, ist dies noch möglich.

NACHRICHTEN

Letzte Nachrichten

Alle anzeigen
As a good start in 2020 the European commission published a dedicated issue on pain "‘Why do people develop chronic pain" in the “Horizon, the EU research & Innovation magazine“. The article contains information on two Projects supported by the European Commission: „DoloRisk Understanding risk factors and determinants for neuropathic pain „ and „Cordis: Decomposition of pain into celltypes”.

Why do people develop chronic pain?

As a good start in 2020 the European commission published a dedicated issue on pain "‘Why do people develop chronic pain" in the “Horizon, the EU rese…

Weiterlesen …

Dear Reader,The year 2019, marking the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) platform’s first ten years of collaboration, is drawing to a close. In October 2009, a small group of stakeholders joined forces with the aim of tackling the burden of chronic pain on society. Ten years later, the Platform has grown into a large community, with more than 340 endorsing organisations from over 35 countries.

For Christmas: the 27th edition of the SIP Newsletter!

Dear Reader,The year 2019, marking the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) platform’s first ten years of collaboration, is drawing to a close. In October 20…

Weiterlesen …

More than 210 participants from 24 countries joined the SIP 2019 Symposium on November 7 in Brussels. Watch the Video and impressions from this Event! 

SIP 2019 - Bringing pain policy to the next decade

More than 210 participants from 24 countries joined the SIP 2019 Symposium on November 7 in Brussels. Watch the Video and impressions from this Event!…

Weiterlesen …

SIP VERANSTALTUNGEN

NÄCHSTE VERANSTALTUNGEN

Alle anzeigen
Freitag, 31. Januar 2020
111. Aachener Hospizgespräch - 13. Nationaler gesundheitspolitischer Palliativ- und Hospizkongress

111. Aachener Hospizgespräch

111. Aachener Hospizgespräch - 13. Nationaler gesundheitspolitischer Palliativ- und Hospizkongress "Challenges and Opportunities of Cooperation" The …

Donnerstag, 19. März 2020
PAIN IN OLD AGE
From 19th to 21st March, the Congress Center Leipzig will open its doors for the approximately 2,000 visitors of the German Pain and Palliative Day for the first time. Pain physicians, therapists, pharmacists and nurses from all over Germany will be able to train and exchange information on current pain medicine developments in the capital of Saxony.
The theme of the 31st German Pain and Palliative Day 2020 is

Deutscher Schmerz- und Palliativtag 2020

PAIN IN OLD AGE From 19th to 21st March, the Congress Center Leipzig will open its doors for the approximately 2,000 visitors of the German Pain and P…

Samstag, 23. Mai 2020
Time for Action: Predict, Prevent, Repair
Predict, Prevent, Repair are the 3 fundamental challenges in dealing with neurological diseases. Preclinical detection of diseases, developing disease-modifying treatments that will provide neuroprotection, and interventional approaches to repair or compensate for neurological alterations are currently hot and challenging topics.
Novel therapeutic interventions, designed to predict, prevent and repair across the spectrum of neurodegenerative diseases, neuro-inflammation, stroke, epilepsy, sleep disorders, neuromuscular disorders and genetic disorders will be in the focus of many sessions.
Plenary Symposium
- Risk prediction and precision medicine in stroke prevention - Preventing disability progression in Multiple Sclerosis: from basic science to clinical care - Epilepsy Surgery: Timing and preventing adverse outcome - Halting neurodegeneration and repair in Huntington's disease: recent developments and insights for other neurodegenerative diseases
Focused Workshop Epilepsy
- Status epilepticus: time critical management - Epilepsy: Impact of diagnostic and treatment delay - Auto-immune epilepsy: delay, diagnosis and treatment challenges
Focused Workshop Stroke:

6th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology

Time for Action: Predict, Prevent, Repair Predict, Prevent, Repair are the 3 fundamental challenges in dealing with neurological diseases. Preclinical…

Media

Unsere umfangreiche Medien-Datenbank enthält Publikationen, Videos, Fotos und andere Medien in Bezug auf SIP Veranstaltungen und Themen.

Geben Sie Ihren Suchbegriff hier ein:

Media

Reset filters

Ständig gut informiert

Abonnieren Sie den Newsletter

  1. Societal Impact of Pain (SIP)
  2. Index // DE
  • Zum SIP Newsletter anmelden

    Ständig gut informiert über die wichtigsten Ereignisse und Neuigkeiten von der Societal Impact of Pain-Plattform (SIP).

    Jetzt anmelden