Workshop 2

Active & Healthy Ageing: Pain management for an improved quality of life

Co-Chair:  Bart Morlion EFIC®   BE
Co-Chair: Lars Arendt-Nielsen Aalborg University, Center
for Sensory-Motor
Secretary: Patrice Rat DOLOPLUS   FR
Moderator: John Lindsay Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) Statement (EN) IRE
Co-rapporteur:  Per Kjærsgaard-Andersen EFORT Statement (EN)
Statement (DK)
Norman Evans Imperial College,
London Healthcare Trust
Workshop 2 Presentations
Systematic review on healthy ageing in
relation to chronic pain
in the EU
Jos Kleijnen Kleijnen Systematic Reviews Ltd. Presentation UK
Pain / work /
healthy ageing
Michiel Reneman UMCG Centrum voor
Presentation NL
The influence of work-related
back pain on sickness absence
Stephen Bevan The Work Foundation Speaking Notes UK
Musculoskeletal pain:
incidence, prevalence and impact on healthy ageing
Tony Woolf EUMUSC.NET Project
and the Bone and
Joint Decade
Presentation UK
National Health & Wellness
Survey 2010 – 65+ Analysis
Chris Wells EFIC® Presentation
Statement (EN)
Pilot European Innovation
Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing
Orsolya Nagy DGSanco, EU Commission Presentation
Statement (EN)
Pain and Impaired Cognition Wilco Achterberg Leiden University Medical Center Presentation NL
Pain in geriatric care Sylvie
Société française de
gériatrie et de gerontologie / French geriatric association
Presentation FR
Influencing public policy to drive change in end of life care Simon Chapman National Council of Palliative Care Presentation UK
The New Pain Care Program
in Palliative Care in Spain
María Teresa
García-Baquero Merino
Palliatie Care Program Madrid Presentation
Statement (EN)
Statement (ES)
Healthy ageing: Citizens or patients Teresa Petrangolini Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) Presentation IT
Pain in the geriatric field Giovanni Gambassi Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome Presentation IT
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