Workshop 2

Evidence in pain therapy from a societal perspective

  Ken Paterson   Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) SCO


Wil Toenders   Toenders De Groot adviseurs, previous secretary pharmaceutical reimbursement committee (CVZ) NL


Yves Henrotin   Institut de Pathologie,
Unité d'Exploration du Métabolisme de l'Os et du Cartilage
Vice President, spine section in French Rheumatology Society (SFR)
Chairman of the Belgium back Society 


Marja Kuijpers Presentation College voor zorgverzekeringen (CVZ)  NL
Pain undertreatment in oncological patients Giovanni Apolone Presentation Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche "Mario Negri" IT

"WHO Treatment Guidelines on Pain: Processes, Status and Challenges" 

Barbara Milani  Presentation Technical Officer
Access to Controlled Medications Programme
Department of Essential Medicines and Pharmaceutical Policies
World Health Organization WHO

Measuring Functionality as Treatment Outcome in Low Back Pain 

Thomas R. Tölle Presentation Deutscher Forschungsverbund Neuropathischer Schmerz (DFNS)
Deutsche Gesellschaft zum Studium des Schmerzes e.V. (DGSS) 
Painlessly into the package: incorporating pain treatment innovations Martin van der Graaff Presentation Secretary, Pharmaceutical reimbursement Committee of CVZ, Netherlands NL

Practice of benefit assessment of pain relieving medications 

Matthias Perleth  Presentation Abteilung Fachberatung Medizin
Gemeinsamer Bundesausschuss 
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