Second edition of the Brain, Mind, and Pain (BMP) Patient-Centred Innovation Grant

STOP Stigma! Reduce stigma to improve quality of life for brain, mind, and pain patients

Pain Alliance Europe is happy to announce the second edition of the Brain, Mind, and Pain Patient-Centred Innovation Grant with the support of Grünenthal and partner organisations. The launch last year was very successful – see report of the award ceremony.

Patients, and the people associated with them, will know that there is a need to raise awareness of the social and psychological Impact they will experience regarding the various aspects of living with chronic pain or neurological conditions. This second edition of the Brain, Mind, and Pain Grant will look into ways of reducing the stigma associated with these conditions.

The BMP Grant team will be supporting innovative ideas designing new Solutions to meet the need for a more understanding society. They expect the grant submission to be based on knowledge, tolerance and empathy towards brain, mind and pain patients at all possible levels of interaction.

The 2019-2020 Call for Proposals will be available online for a period for 6 months starting 1st July 2019.

Visit the website of BMP Grant regularly for updates or join their News Flash mailing list to stay abreast of the next steps.

For more information on this topic:

- The Brain, Mind and Pain Grant award ceremony 2018

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