The Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Events

Bringing together multi-stakeholders from all over Europe

The SIP platform aims at providing the opportunity for exchange of information & best practices, discussion and content development in task-oriented working groups.

Stakeholders from all over Europe are invited to actively participate: Once a year politicians, budget holders, decision makers, HTA bodies, health care professionals, pain advocacy groups, etc. are gathering for the annual SIP symposium to make aware of the societal impact of pain in Europe and to develop and foster European-wide policy strategies & activities for an improved pain care in Europe.

All information on the past SIP Symposia as well as SIP Focus Groups you will find here, including abstract & background booklet, program, pictures, videos, presentations, speakers’ statements, and the proceeding booklet.

Furthermore, you will find information on other events and congresses, such as EFIC Congresses, where SIP was represented. 

 

 

Upcoming Events

SIP related events

Monday, 19th September 2022
The World Congress on Pain is the largest global gathering of pain professionals. This event brings together more than 7,000 scientists, clinicians, and healthcare providers from around the world and across pain disciplines. The 2022 event marks the 19th IASP World Congress on Pain and will kick off the IASP 50th Anniversary celebration.
Website Link: https://iaspworldcongress2022.org/

IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain

The World Congress on Pain is the largest global gathering of pain professionals. This event brings together more than 7,000 scientists, clinicians, a…

Monday, 31st October 2022
On the 31st of October 2022, the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Platform will organize its annual Stakeholder Forum meeting.
The Stakeholder Forum meeting aims to:

Give an overview of SIP’s recent activities, achievements, and aspirations for the future,
Hear from stakeholders with a shared interest in pain policies, and related policies, and
Discuss potential areas of collaboration for the coming year.

The meeting is an invitation-only event so if you are interested in attending, please send an email to Advocacy and Projects Officer Ángela Cano Palomares, angela.palomares@efic.org.
For more information click here.

SIP Annual Stakeholder Forum 2022

On the 31st of October 2022, the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Platform will organize its annual Stakeholder Forum meeting. The Stakeholder Forum meet…

Tuesday, 29th November 2022
On the 29th November 2022, at 14h00-17h00 CET, the Societal Impact of Pain is hosting an event entitled: ‘Pain in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11): A SIP Event’.
The Societal Impact of Pain Platform (SIP) is currently focusing on ICD-11, and as part of its activities in 2022, it’s revisiting the SIP Road Map Monitor, in order to understand how national guidelines, action plans, and the status of policies supporting the updated priorities of SIP, have evolved in the last few years, especially, after the challenging past 2 years with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The results from the SIP Road Map Monitor 2022 will officially be launched at this event.
More details including the agenda will follow soon.
Please find more information here.

SIP Virtual Event on ICD-11

On the 29th November 2022, at 14h00-17h00 CET, the Societal Impact of Pain is hosting an event entitled: ‘Pain in the International Classification o…

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