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2012

EU Parliament EULAR Interest Group: RMDs & Pain

On 26 June there took place the 9th Interest Group on Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases in the European Parliament with special focus on pain: "R…

Painaustralia Newsletter: $5 Million Allocated for NSW Pain Plan

After intensive work for 12 months by the Agency for Clinical Innovation Pain Network, the NSW State Government has now agreed to spend $5 m…

NICE releases new pain relief guidelines

Many patients with advanced cancer and other debilitating conditions are being "under-treated" for their pain, new guidance from NICE says.…

Austrian MP Grünewald requests improvement of Pain Managemen…

Austrian Member of Parliament Dr. Kurt Grünewald requested improvement of pain management for the Austrian population (1888/A(E)).…

Pain patients abandoned despite unanimous vote of Committee …

Pain patients who are dependent on strong and effective opioid analgesics to ease their aches and pains now hope that after more than a year their mos…

SIP 2012 Photos, Videos, Presentations online!

Please now find online SIP speakers´ presentations, videos and statements, as well as photo impressions from the whole symposium! …

EP Written Question on migraines tabled by Liam Aylward

On the 22nd of May Liam Aylward (ALDE, UK) tabled a EP Written Question on migraines. He asks about improvements to treatment and quality of life, pro…

Pain medication: Patients wait up to 8 years to receive treatment

Berlin – "There is a high degree of pain therapeutic under- and mismanagement", criticizes the "Berufsverband der Ärzte und Psychologischen Psychother…

NSW Health Minister Congratulates Painaustralia

The Hon Jillian Skinner MP, NSW Minister for Health and Minister for Medical Research, has formally congratulated "Painaustralia" on its achievements …

Northern Ireland Pain Summit Conference 15 May

Large Media Coverage On 15 May 2012 the Northern Ireland Pain Summit was held in Belfast, which received high media coverage from the BBC with the SIP…

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