What is the EU doing for 'work and pain'?

07 September 2021

The Societal Impact of Pain in collaboration with the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) held an online event on the 7th of September, 14:00-15:00 CEST. The webinar focused on employment and pain and provided an opportunity for participants to:
 
 
- Learn more about the work of EU-OSHA and how to connect with their respective national focal-points
- Share their experiences with pain and employment policies at national level
- Discuss the recommendations from the recently published SIP Position Paper on Workplace Integration and Adaptation
- Explore the opportunities for engaging in the EU-OSHA "Healthy Workplaces - Lighten the Load" campaign
 
Speakers included Ms. Sarah COPSEY, Project Manager, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), and Prof. Patrice FORGET, Chair of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP).
 

Download the slides here.

Register for our event on the 28th of October here.

 

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The 'Societal Impact of Pain' (SIP) platform is a multi-stakeholder partnership led by the European Pain Federation EFIC and Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), which aims to raise awareness of pain and change pain policies. The scientific framework of the SIP platform is under the responsibility of EFIC and the strategic direction of the project is defined by both partners. The pharmaceutical companies Grünenthal GmbH and Pfizer are the main sponsors of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) platform.
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