"Over 220 million people in the EU suffer from neurological disorders; over 150 million people live with chronic pain.” What a great introductory to the release of the Book of Evidence (BoE) 2019-2024 mandate published by Brain, Mind & Pain Interest Group (BMP).

Brain, Mind & Pain - new Book of Evidence released for the 2…

"Over 220 million people in the EU suffer from neurological disorders; over 150 million people live with chronic pain.” What a great introductory to t…

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The XIV Atlantic Islands Pain Forum took place on 4-6 April in Funchal, Madeira. The event featured workshops, debates, symposia, panel sessions and practical courses that discussed "state of the art" in the treatment of pain from a multidisciplinary perspective. It attracted some 300 participants.

SIP Europe and SIP Portugal featured in Madeira

The XIV Atlantic Islands Pain Forum took place on 4-6 April in Funchal, Madeira. The event featured workshops, debates, symposia, panel sessions and p…

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Pain Alliance Europe is happy to announce the second edition of the Brain, Mind, and Pain Patient-Centred Innovation Grant with the support of Grünenthal and partner organisations. The launch last year was very successful – see report of the award ceremony.

Patients, and the people associated with them, will know that there is a need to raise awareness of the social and psychological impact they will experience regarding the various aspects of living with chronic pain or neurological conditions. This second edition of the Brain, Mind, and Pain Grant will look into ways of reducing the stigma associated with these conditions.
The BMP Grant team will be supporting innovative ideas designing new solutions to meet the need for a more understanding society. They expect the grant submission to be based on knowledge, tolerance and empathy towards brain, mind and pain patients at all possible levels of interaction.
The 2019-2020 Call for Proposals will be available online for a period for 6 months starting 1st July 2019.
Visit the website of BMP Grant regularly for updates or join their News Flash mailing list to stay abreast of the next steps.
For more information on this topic:
- The Brain, Mind and Pain Grant award ceremony 2018

Second edition of the Brain, Mind, and Pain (BMP) Patient-Ce…

Pain Alliance Europe is happy to announce the second edition of the Brain, Mind, and Pain Patient-Centred Innovation Grant with the support of Grünent…

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In 2019, the SIP initiative has reached its 10th Anniversary which underlines the sustainability of the trustful collaboration of the four SIP partners European Pain Federation EFIC, Pain Alliance Europe, Active Citizenship Network and Grünenthal. We are proud on our significant achievements over the past 10 years with more than 300 endorsing organisations and many political support.
Read more about the significant achievements of the SIP platform from the past 10 years.
Milestones of the SIP platform:

2011: The Societal Impact of Pain A Road Map for Action
2014: Informal Health Conclusions Italian Presidency, Informal Health Council
2016: 8 Policy Recommendations: Time for Action
2017: Policy Recommendations 2017
2018: SIP Position Paper
2018/2019: SIP Thematic Network Joint Statement

This year, we will showcase some of the achievements from the last 10 years and ask our Partners and pain experts about their vision for the next 10 years in pain advocacy. 

10th Anniversary of Societal Impact of Pain

In 2019, the SIP initiative has reached its 10th Anniversary which underlines the sustainability of the trustful collaboration of the four SIP partner…

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The Portuguese Social Pain Platform (SIP Portugal) organized a meeting with eight companies from different sectors of activity to present measures that aim to promote the maintenance of work or professional reintegration of the person with chronic pain, in order to reduce absenteeism and presentism, as well as early retirement due to disability.
 

SIP Portugal meets companies to address impact of pain on em…

The Portuguese Social Pain Platform (SIP Portugal) organized a meeting with eight companies from different sectors of activity to present measures tha…

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In 2019, the SIP initiative has reached its 10th Anniversary which underlines the sustainability of the trustful collaboration of the four SIP partners European Pain Federation EFIC, Pain Alliance Europe, Active Citizenship Network and Grünenthal. We are proud on our significant achievements over the past 10 years with more than 300 endorsing organisations and many political support.
Read more about the significant achievements of the SIP platform from the past 10 years.
Milestones of the SIP platform:

2011: The Societal Impact of Pain A Road Map for Action
2014: Informal Health Conclusions Italian Presidency, Informal Health Council
2016: 8 Policy Recommendations: Time for Action
2017: Policy Recommendations 2017
2018: SIP Position Paper
2018/2019: SIP Thematic Network Joint Statement

This year, we will showcase some of the achievements from the last 10 years and ask our Partners and pain experts about their vision for the next 10 years in pain advocacy. 

2009 - The beginning of Societal Impact of Pain (SIP)

In 2019, the SIP initiative has reached its 10th Anniversary which underlines the sustainability of the trustful collaboration of the four SIP partner…

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On 6 March, the Interest Group on Brain Mind and Pain (BMP) held a meeting in the European Parliament to discuss the stigma and discrimination attached to long-term neurological disorders (i.e. migraine, multiple sclerosis) and chronic pain conditions.

Fighting discrimination at work for people with chronic pain

On 6 March, the Interest Group on Brain Mind and Pain (BMP) held a meeting in the European Parliament to discuss the stigma and discrimination attache…

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On 8 March, a new French law to strengthen the management of pediatric cancers through research, support for family carers, training of professionals and the right to be forgotten was introduced.

Pain management in children with cancer is now a priority in…

On 8 March, a new French law to strengthen the management of pediatric cancers through research, support for family carers, training of professionals …

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The SIP Thematic Network provided a unique opportunity to create new synergies and break silos. SIP is now collaboration with the Joint Action of the European Commission CHRODIS Plus that aims at implementing pilot projects and generate practical lessons in the field of chronic diseases. SIP will be represented by our partners Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) and particularly involved in the Work Package (WP) 8 on Employment and Chronic Conditions.
Joop van Griensven, President of PAE, represents SIP at the CHRODIS+ meeting with the WP8 on “Employment in the Multi-morbidity Chronic Care Model” that takes place on 28th February at the Policlinico Gemelli in Rome.
In CHRODIS PLUS 42 partners, representing 21 European countries, collaborate to implement pilot projects and generate practical lessons in the field of chronic diseases.
Stay tuned, more to come!

SIP Collaboration with CHRODIS+

The SIP Thematic Network provided a unique opportunity to create new synergies and break silos. SIP is now collaboration with the Joint Action of the …

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Under the scientific responsibility of the French medical pain society (SFETD), "Societal Impact of Pain in France" organized a lunch-debate on the course of care of the painful patient in the Auvergne Rhone Alpes district on February 15, 2019, with the support of Lyon Hospital, host of the Event.
It aims to spread at territorial level the national debate initiated last October at the 1st National Forum against Pain, held under the patronage of Agnès Buzyn, at the Ministry of Solidarity and Health.

SIP France Round Table meeting

Under the scientific responsibility of the French medical pain society (SFETD), "Societal Impact of Pain in France" organized a lunch-debate on the co…

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