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The 'Societal Impact of Pain' (SIP) platform is a multi-stakeholder partnership led by the European Pain Federation EFIC and Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), which aims to raise awareness of pain and change pain policies.

SIP Pain & Employment event

28 OCTOBER 14H00-17H00 CEST

On the 28th Oct SIP held a virtual event on pain and workplace integration hosted by MEP Alex SALIBA and MEP Radka MAXOVA.

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Friday, 17th December 2021
The OneNeurology European Summit, organised under the auspices of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2021, and the OneNeurology Partnership, will advance the ambition to build a European Health Union in which we address key common EU health challenges together, in a more coordinated and efficient way. In this regard, the EU needs to raise the priority of neurological disorders, which are the third leading cause of deaths in the EU and are identified as one of the NCD priority areas in the EU4Health Programme.
The event will feature high-level speakers and panelists, including Dr. Janez Poklukar (Minister of Health, Slovenia), Dr. Hans Kluge (Director, WHO Europe), John F. Ryan (Director, Public Health, Country Knowledge, Crisis Management, DG SANTE), Dr. Tarun Dua (Head, Brain Health Unit, WHO), Prof. Claudio Bassetti (President, European Academy of Neurology) and Prof. Wolfgang Grisold (President Elect, World Federation of Neurology).
 
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OneNeurology European Summit

The OneNeurology European Summit, organised under the auspices of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2021, and the OneNeuro…

Sunday, 06th February 2022
The ICOH Congress is recognized as the most relevant Congress in the world for occupational health professionals, policy makers, academics and researchers across a multitude of disciplines. With the theme “Sharing solutions in occupational health through and beyond the pandemic”, ICOH 2022 will be a forum to share knowledge, discuss best practices and share solutions for better worker health worldwide.
 
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33rd International Congress on Occupational Health

The ICOH Congress is recognized as the most relevant Congress in the world for occupational health professionals, policy makers, academics and researc…

Wednesday, 27th April 2022
The situation surrounding COVID-19 is still fast-changing and ever-evolving. After careful consideration, the European Pain Federation EFIC has decided to postpone its 12th Congress in order to not only bring together the most recognized experts in the field of pain science but also provide a safe environment to all attendees.
Mark your calendars and save the new date for Pain in Europe XII congress taking place in Dublin, Ireland on 27-30 April 2022.


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#EFIC2022 is the largest scientific congress on pain in 2022
#EFIC2022 shines a spotlight on current trends and future developments in pain medicine
#EFIC2022 accommodates over 3500 international physicians and scientists
#EFIC2022 enables you to share cutting edge research and network with distinguished experts in the field
#EFIC2022 is the place for you to renew your knowledge and clinical management skills through refresher sessions
#EFIC2022 prepares you for the European Diplomas in Pain Medicine and Pain Physiotherapy

12th Congress of the European Pain Federation EFIC

The situation surrounding COVID-19 is still fast-changing and ever-evolving. After careful consideration, the European Pain Federation EFIC has decide…

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