Upcoming Events

SIP related events

Save the date: First Webinar of the 2018 TN cycle by SIP

Please join the first Webinar of the 2018 Thematic Network (TN) cycle by SIP on Monday 25 June 2018, 11.30 – 12.30.

The EU Health Policy Platform will host a live webinar, following this Agenda:

  1. Introduction by Mr Giulio Gallo, Deputy Head of Unit, Country Knowledge and Scientific Committees (C2, DG SANTE), European Commission
  2. Presentation of the draft Joint Statement and related Framing document on the Societal Impact of Pain
  3. Q&A session with the participants to interact, discuss the revisions and provide comments on the Joint Statement

Details how to register for this WebEx webinar can be found in the attached document. For further Information please contact vittoria.carraro@efic.org or a.pop@pae-eu.eu.

The framing document which will be discussed in the Webinar can be found here.

Location: Webinar - European Commission

Please join the first Webinar of the 2018 Thematic Network (TN) cycle by SIP on Monday 25 June 2018, 11.30 – 12.30.
The EU Health Policy Platform will host a live webinar, following this Agenda:

Introduction by Mr Giulio Gallo, Deputy Head of Unit, Country Knowledge and Scientific Committees (C2, DG SANTE), European Commission
Presentation of the draft Joint Statement and related Framing document on the Societal Impact of Pain
Q&A session with the participants to interact, discuss the revisions and provide comments on the Joint Statement

Details how to register for this WebEx webinar can be found in the attached document. For further Information please contact vittoria.carraro@efic.org or a.pop@pae-eu.eu.
The framing document which will be discussed in the Webinar can be found here.

Go back

  1. Societal Impact of Pain (SIP)
  2. Events
  3. Calendar
  4. Upcoming events
  • Register for the SIP Newsletter

    Stay informed about the most important events and news about the Societal Impact of Pain platform.

    subscribe now

Essential

Essential cookies are essential for the operation of the website and can therefore not be deactivated.

Cookie information

Statistics

Statistics cookies allow the collection of anonymous information about how you use our website. They help us to improve your user experience and our content.

Cookie information

External media

External media cookies allow media content to be loaded from external sources. They can also be activated when you visit the website if you encounter blocked media content.

Cookie information