Workshop 6

Room ASP 4 F 384 - PAIN - Pain care in the future, societal requirements

Chair: Mary Honeyball   Member of the European Parliament Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament (UK) UK
Secretary: Wil Toenders   DeGroot adviseurs  
Moderator: Philippe Cupers   European Commission - Directorate General for Research and Innovation  
Co-Rapporteur: Ros Meek   Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance (ARMA) AT
  Bernard Avouac   CNEDiMTS (HAS)  
Proceedings Reporter: Magdi Hanna   Analgesics & Pain Research Unit (APRU) - UK UK

Key note presentations

Educating pain patients on HTA Audrey Craven Presentation European Headache Alliance  

Recent developments in the UN and other international organizations on access to controlled medicines 

Willem Scholten  Statement
World Health Organization  BE
IMI Europain research project Elisabetta Vaudano Presentation Innovative Medicines Initiative BE
Ensuring access to pain treatment Peter Cremer-Schaeffer Presentation BfArM, Federal Opium Agency, Germany DE
Setting the framework Finn Børlum Kristensen Presentation EUnetHTA DK
The Italian Healthcare program for the treatment of adult and paediatric pain patients Marco Spizzichino Presentation Ministero della Salute - Ministry of Health, Italy IT
Pain in France Francois Meyer Presentation Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS), France FR
Suffering/pain vs illnessess Joan Carles March Cerdá Presentation Andalusian School of Public Health ES
A proposal to incorporate non clinical dimensions on HTA evaluation Núria Paladio Duran Presentation AATRM / Catalan Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Research (CAHTA) ES
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