Past Events

SIP related events

Tuesday, 26th January 2021









The Brain Innovation Days Pitch Competition is open to everyone – student, entrepreneur, startup – as long as the project is feasible and in the brain innovation area. This is a unique opportunity to win new financial & strategic opportunities and to provide outstanding visibility to your project.


















A jury consisting of representatives from the European Brain Council (EBC), beLean.net, and external brain experts will select the most innovative project.
Due to the variety of stakeholders attending the event (policymakers, investors/funders, clinicians, researchers, industry representatives, patients, and more), the winner of the Brain Innovation Days Pitch Competition will be exposed to an exciting, wide range of opportunities.

Visit the Brain Innovation Days website.

Brain Innovation Days: From Innovative Ideas to Creative Brain Intervention

The Brain Innovation Days Pitch Competition is open to everyone – student, entrepreneur, startup – as long as the project is feasible and…

Wednesday, 09th December 2020
The Congress hosts specialists from different disciplines, gathered in a multidisciplinary confrontation, to underline how Pain Medicine represents a specialty that must bring together a wealth of knowledge ranging from internal medicine to anesthesiology, from rheumatology to neurology, from physiology to orthopedics and others health professionals, nurses, physiotherapists, experts in wound care, radiologists, engineers, and scientific communication professionals.
More info can be found here.

AISD 43th National Congress

The Congress hosts specialists from different disciplines, gathered in a multidisciplinary confrontation, to underline how Pain Medicine represents a …

Saturday, 05th December 2020
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BPS Annual Scientific Congress

Topic: "Chronic pain: primary, secondary & tertiary prevention". Registration is mandatory but free. More info can be found here…

Saturday, 28th November 2020
Euroanaesthesia is Europe’s largest annual event showcasing the latest news and innovations with medical experts active in the field of anaesthesia, perioperative medicine, intensive care, emergency medicine, and pain treatment.
More info about the event here

Euroanaesthesia 2020

Euroanaesthesia is Europe’s largest annual event showcasing the latest news and innovations with medical experts active in the field of anaesthesia,…

Thursday, 19th November 2020
On November 19, the EFIC-Grunenthal Grant (E-G-G) will host a webinar on

Webinar "Inside the E-G-G: Discussing Tips and Insights with Applicants

On November 19, the EFIC-Grunenthal Grant (E-G-G) will host a webinar on "Inside the E-G-G: Discussing Tips and Insight with Applicants" from 1.30 pm …

Wednesday, 18th November 2020
The French Society for the Study and Treatment of Pain (SFETD), is a learned society, French chapter of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), and of the European Federation of IASP Chapters (EFIC).
This year, Canada will be honored with two speakers who will communicate about cannabis, hyperalgesia, pain structures in Quebec and on the monitoring of analgesia. We discuss the suffering of the woman, of fetal and new cell, chronobiology, or more of the possible influence of nutrition on pain, without forgetting health, disability, mental health, and finally the prevention of pain.
Download the scientific programme here.

20 congrès national de la SFETD - Société Française d'Etude et de Traitement de la Douleur

The French Society for the Study and Treatment of Pain (SFETD), is a learned society, French chapter of the International Association for the Study of…

Every year, the European Cancer Organisation brings together leading oncology specialists, patient advocates, politicians, and policy-makers to discuss the main issues impacting cancer policy, for the benefit of citizens, cancer patients, and healthcare professionals across Europe. 
The European Cancer Summit 2020 will be held virtually on 18 & 19 November.
Read more about the event here.
Check out the programme here.

European Cancer Summit 2020

Every year, the European Cancer Organisation brings together leading oncology specialists, patient advocates, politicians, and policy-makers to discus…

Monday, 16th November 2020
In recent years many clinical trials addressing chronic pain failed to meet the trial endpoint despite encouraging data from preclinical research. One reason for this is that clinical trials have deficits in defining the correct inclusion/exclusion criteria, the correct endpoints, and measures for clinically meaningful improvement. Furthermore, the concept that a specific treatment is only beneficial for a subgroup of patients and not for the entire group comes more and more into the focus of clinical trial design.
This Congress will bring together researchers, clinicians, industry professionals, and other related experts to look at ways of improving the situation by developing better ideas and practices in clinical trials on pain and address medical devices and other interventions in the treatment and management of chronic pain.
Find out more about the program and the speakers here.
The event is endorsed by the European Pain Federation EFIC.

The 4th European Congress on Clinical Trials in Pain

In recent years many clinical trials addressing chronic pain failed to meet the trial endpoint despite encouraging data from preclinical research. One…

Tuesday, 10th November 2020
In recent months, the MEP Interest Group on Brain, Mind, and Pain has been reviewing and updating its policy direction – in view of current EU priorities and a public health field shaped increasingly by the impact Covid-19.
Following a landscape analysis and patient insight survey, the group has updated its plans and created a Roadmap for Action 2021/2022 which will be launched during its latest virtual event on November 10th between 10.00 and 13.00hrs CET.
Read the full event description here.
Register now and before November 6th at: https://forms.gle/E8uRuvhu4dEuKRfo9

The future of Brain, Mind and Pain Advocacy

In recent months, the MEP Interest Group on Brain, Mind, and Pain has been reviewing and updating its policy direction – in view of current EU prior…

Friday, 06th November 2020
The American College of Rheumatology’s 2020 Annual Meeting will be in Washington, D.C. on November 6 - 11. Close to 16,000 rheumatologists, rheumatology health professionals, fellows-in-training, and exhibitors from more than 100 countries are expected to gather to experience the latest scientific advances, clinical issues, professional development, and more.
Top Three Reasons to Attend Annual Meeting*

Professional development: Unparalleled opportunity to hear the leading experts in rheumatology share knowledge, research findings, and new clinical concepts
Access to the latest research/abstracts: Over 3,000 abstracts presented at last year’s meeting, and the most up-to-date scientific knowledge on a wide variety of topics
Networking with colleagues: Meet up with peers to exchange ideas, find your ideal job opportunity, forge new contacts and friendships, engage mentors and mentees

*2017 survey of ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting attendees
Registration is required for admittance to scientific sessions, abstract sessions, exhibits, posters, award presentations, and other meeting events, unless otherwise indicated in the program schedule. The official language of the Annual Meeting is English.
You can find more information and register for the meeting here.

The American College of Rheumatology annual meeting 2020

The American College of Rheumatology’s 2020 Annual Meeting will be in Washington, D.C. on November 6 - 11. Close to 16,000 rheumatologists, rheumato…

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