SIP Thematic Network - We need your help now!

Call for Action - What are we asking of you?

To all our partners, endorsers and SIP stakeholder group members we ask to share any documents or links to web pages they deem relevant on the following topics:

  • Data and documents on the impact of pain on societies, economies and people (on national and/or European Level)
  • Existing policies addressing the societal impact of pain (national and European)
  • Existing advocacy initiatives addressing the societal impact of pain
  • Existing research initiatives addressing the societal impact of pain
  • Existing initiatives to educate the health workforce and patients on pain 

Documents here above could represent your own organisation’s initiatives, or initiatives and actions that you know they exist and you think they relate to the proposed subjects. We are building a knowledge base and would like to include as much as possible of the literature on these Topics.

How to contribute exactly?

You can send the documents or relevant links to sources to Vittoria.carraro@efic.org and at a.pop@pae-eu.eu. Should you have any doubts or questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us both at the same addresses.

Specifications on the documents: we understand that there are a lot of initiatives in several European languages, but for the scope of this initiatives we need to limit ourselves to English.

To engage with the Societal Impact of Pain partners at national level, please follow our ongoing work on creating national societal impact of pain platforms here.

Deadline: please provide your contribution by the 11th May 2018.

Further Information about the SIP Thematic Network here.

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