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À propos de SIP

Lancée en 2009, la plateforme internationale Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) est le fruit d'une initiative conjointe de la European Pain Federation EFIC® et des laboratoires pharmaceutiques Grünenthal GmbH.

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SIP au niveau national

Les représentants et promoteurs nationaux de SIP ont entrepris de mettre en place des plateformes Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) dans différents pays d'Europe.

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The SIP Ireland video been created to raise awareness about the impact that pain has on patients and on the society in Ireland. It has been based on the video which was created by SIP Malta and adapted to the current situation and data in Ireland.

Impact of Chronic Pain in Ireland Video

The SIP Ireland video been created to raise awareness about the impact that pain has on patients and on the society in Ireland. It has been based on t…

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SIP Malta has been the first SIP national platform in Europe which has been established in 2016 on the occasion of the SIP 2017 Symposium held in June 2017during  the Maltese Presidency of the EU council. Due to the lack of data on the needs of pain patients in Malta a research project was initiated with public funding from VOPs. The impressing results of the research project have been presented and discussed with policy makers and other stakeholders in a conference in April 2018.

SIP Malta Workshop January 2020

SIP Malta has been the first SIP national platform in Europe which has been established in 2016 on the occasion of the SIP 2017 Symposium held in June…

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Finland is the 8th country in Europe to launch the “Societal Impact of Pain” (SIP) platform. The kick-off seminar was held in November 29th, 2019 in Helsinki. SIP is an international platform that provides opportunities for discussion for health care professionals, pain advocacy groups, politicians, healthcare insurance providers, representatives of health authorities, regulators and budget holders in European countries. SIP FIN seminar was organized by Finnish Pain Association, Finnish Musculoskeletal Association TULE and Finnish Association for the Study of Pain.

First seminar to launch SIP Finland

Finland is the 8th country in Europe to launch the “Societal Impact of Pain” (SIP) platform. The kick-off seminar was held in November 29th, 2019 in H…

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ÉVÉNEMENTS SIP

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Mardi, 18. Février 2020
Is brain health a global priority?
In the Political Declaration on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), which arose from the United Nations (UN) High-Level Meeting on NCDs in 2018, all Governments recognized that ‘mental disorders and other mental health conditions, as well as neurological disorders, contribute to the global burden of NCDs. It resulted in adding mental and neurological health as the ‘5th NCD’, complementing global efforts to combat cancer, CVD, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases. This has been reinforced in the recent 2019 UN Declaration on the Universal Health Coverage, where ‘mental disorders and other mental health conditions as well as neurological disorders’ have been identified as an ‘essential component of UHC’. Additionally, the World Health Organisation (WHO) is also now building a new Brain Health team to operate from its headquarters in Geneva. The question now is how can we ensure this progress can be translated into policy action at EU and member state level? 
How do we make brain health an EU priority?
It is clear that we can no longer afford to soft-pedal the agenda of brain health, which has been largely neglected in the Union’s efforts in addressing NCDs. We need to follow the data and work together towards effective and implementable solutions. We will discuss these issues at the event, with key actors engaged in health promotion and disease prevention at the global and EU level. This will include representatives from WHO, EU Member States, NCD global and European advocacy groups, patient organizations, clinicians and more, along with Members of the European Parliament and European Commission. It will allow for an expert-led, action orientated discussion aimed at identifying challenges and opportunities laying ahead of EU in the years to come.
Should you be available and interested in attending, please fill in the registration form before Friday, January 31st. You can access the form at this link: https://bit.ly/2uHEKbj. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to advocacy@efna.net

Brain Health as a Global Priority – time for the EU to act now

Is brain health a global priority? In the Political Declaration on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), which arose from the United Nations (UN) High-Lev…

Mercredi, 19. Février 2020
Unique and intimate hands-on learning experience. Lectures, practical sessions and stimulating discussions will be led by leading experts in the field of Pain Management.
This is a two-days intensive hands-on cadaver workshop offered to physicians to improve their skills in chronic block procedures. After expert lectures the workshop is focused on hands-on practice using fresh frozen human cadavers. Participants will acquire a sound knowledge of ultrasound imaging and needling techniques for interventional pain management techniques.
For further information and the workshop programme, please visit the official website of the event.

8th ESRA Pain Cadaver Workshop 2020

Unique and intimate hands-on learning experience. Lectures, practical sessions and stimulating discussions will be led by leading experts in the field…

Mercredi, 26. Février 2020
The AAPM 36th Annual Meeting & Preconferences will offer an opportunity for members of the pain care team to join in National Harbor, MD, February 26-March 1, 2020, to discuss, review, and critique the latest innovations and technologies available to pain specialists.
View detailed information about AAPM 2020 and browse the meeting program and speakers at the official event website.

American Academy of Pain Medicine 36th Annual Meeting 2020

The AAPM 36th Annual Meeting & Preconferences will offer an opportunity for members of the pain care team to join in National Harbor, MD, February 2…

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