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On the eve of the SIP 2019 Symposium, SIP BE held its Steering Committee meeting. The aim of the meeting was to take the project forward, moving from a “start-up team” to a “steering committee”. All attendees agreed to this progression.

SIP Belgium Steering Committee meeting at SIP 2019

On the eve of the SIP 2019 Symposium, SIP BE held its Steering Committee meeting. The aim of the meeting was to take the project forward, moving from …

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On the eve of the SIP Symposium 2019, the Spanish SIP Platform’s Steering Committee met to prepare for the upcoming SIP Spain 2020 meeting. The meeting was led by the Spanish Pain Society (SED), Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Spanish Society of Quality of Care (SECA),with the collaboration of the Spanish Hospital Management Society (SEDISA).

SIP Spain Steering Committee meeting at SIP 2019

On the eve of the SIP Symposium 2019, the Spanish SIP Platform’s Steering Committee met to prepare for the upcoming SIP Spain 2020 meeting. The meetin…

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The SIP Ireland video been created to raise awareness about the impact that pain has on patients and on the society in Ireland. It has been based on the video which was created by SIP Malta and adapted to the current situation and data in Ireland.

Impact of Chronic Pain in Ireland Video

The SIP Ireland video been created to raise awareness about the impact that pain has on patients and on the society in Ireland. It has been based on t…

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SIP Malta has been the first SIP national platform in Europe which has been established in 2016 on the occasion of the SIP 2017 Symposium held in June 2017during  the Maltese Presidency of the EU council. Due to the lack of data on the needs of pain patients in Malta a research project was initiated with public funding from VOPs. The impressing results of the research project have been presented and discussed with policy makers and other stakeholders in a conference in April 2018.

SIP Malta Workshop January 2020

SIP Malta has been the first SIP national platform in Europe which has been established in 2016 on the occasion of the SIP 2017 Symposium held in June…

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As a good start in 2020 the European commission published a dedicated issue on pain "‘Why do people develop chronic pain" in the “Horizon, the EU research & Innovation magazine“. The article contains information on two Projects supported by the European Commission: „DoloRisk Understanding risk factors and determinants for neuropathic pain „ and „Cordis: Decomposition of pain into celltypes”.

Why do people develop chronic pain?

As a good start in 2020 the European commission published a dedicated issue on pain "‘Why do people develop chronic pain" in the “Horizon, the EU rese…

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