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SIP Presents: An Interview with Professor Roberto Perez

SIP interviews Prof. Roberto Perez on the Dutch Chronic Pain Health deal, what it is and what it means for the societal impact of pain.…

Relieving pain for Chronic Pain patients Project Report

On the launch of the Maltese language PainTool Kit, SIP 2017 in Malta and the continued challenges facing pain patients.…

Brain, Mind and Pain Written Declaration Update

After a sustained and successful awareness campaign by the Brain, Mind and Pain group their written declaration has gathered over 140 signatories…

Alliance for Balanced Pain Management holds annual summit

On Tuesday the 6th of December in Washington, D.C. the Alliance for Balanced Pain Management held their annual summit.…

SIP 2017 Registration is now open!

We are delighted to announce that the registration for SIP 2017 has now officially opened!

The Lancet discusses chronic pain and SIP

The Lancet writes on SIP, Chronic Pain and other related issues. The author Tatum Anderson, a freelance writer on global health issues, spoke to EFIC …

The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) adds pain to its a…

 November 2016 - The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) has published the following topics under consideration for inclusion in IMI2 - Call 10…

Better conditions for pain therapists in Germany

Germany – 8th September 2016; the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (in German "Kassenärztliche Bundesvereinigung -KB…

Back problems cause indirect problems for Australians

Australian researchers have prelisted a study giving insight into the indirect costs of back problems. The study projected the indirect costs of back …

Dutch study finds that the impact of rheumatism is seriously…

A new study conducted by the Dutch institute of Health Services Research (NIVEL) and commissioned by the Rheumatism Foundation (Reumafonds) as part of…

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