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Inclusion of chronic pain disorder in the german morbidity-b…

In a joint press statement a wide coalition of professional societies and associations welcome the inclusion of chronic pain disorder in the morbidity…

SIP 2012 on official calender of Danish EU Presidency

The Danish Presidecy of the Council of the European Union has now officially announced SIP 2012 as an upcoming event!…

UK Parliamentary Questions on Pain Management answered

The two questions raised by Lord Luce regarding pain management training for healthcare professionals and the Quality Outcomes Framework (QoF) have no…

EU Commission's Communication on Active & Healthy Ageing

Last week the EU Commission published its official communication to the European Parliament and the Council on ‘Taking forward the Strategic Implement…

SIP 2012 "Marketplace" - Option to exhibit materials

On 30 and 31 May 2012, a "marketplace" will be held where our SIP partners and stakeholders will get the opportunity to present stakeholder materials …

Dutch Pain Society and Pain Alliance Europe recommend to par…

In a joint effort, the Dutch Pain Society (DPS) and Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) recommend to stakeholders from the Netherlands to participate at this y…

Scottish Parliamentary question on Pain answered

Parliamentary question on pain tabled by Scottish Labour shadow health secretary Jackie Baillie MSP has been answered on 6 February by Nicola Sturgeon…

The scientific aims of SIP 2012 are endorsed by more than 40…

Up to today the scientific aims of SIP 2012 are already endorsed by more than 40 pain advocacy groups and patient organizations.…

Lord Luce´s First Parliamentary question answered

The first of Lord Luce´s parliamentary questions tabled on chronic pain on the 7th of February has now been answered by health minister Earl Howe…

UK parliamentary questions on chronic pain

On 7 February 2012 Lord Luce tabled two parliamentary questions on chronic pain. The first question concerns training in chronic pain management. The …

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