SIP Joint Statement presented in the EU Parliament

The MEP Interest Group on Brain, Mind, and Pain organised on the 21st of November a new meeting in the EU Parliament hosted by MEP Merja Kyllönen and MEP Marian Harkin, in order to review the achievements of the group and to propose the policy focus areas for 2019. As the representatives of SIP, we were invited to the discussion whose main topic was "The Future of Health in Europe". We presented the Joint Statement on the Societal Impact of Pain, highlighting the recommendations the document contains but also inviting the participants to endorse and use the joint statement as a tool in their organisations' advocacy activities. We are convinced the Joint Statement on SIP is a valuable, to-date collection of policy and good practices in chronic pain which points out to the gaps that need to be addressed by the decision-makers who are responsible for putting health - and pain in particular, on their agenda.

If you did not get the chance to read or endorse the SIP Joint Statement and the Framing paper, there is still time to do so, endorsements' period is open until the 25th January 2019. To endorse, send us your logo and confirmation by email to Vittoria Carraro - or Anca Pop - We invite you to consult the documents using the links attached to this article. For further information on events we participate in, and on how to use the JoInt Statement within your organisation, please visit the SIP website or contact us using any of the above-mentioned emails.
Join your name to the 42 organisations that already endorsed the Joint Statement on the Societal Impact of Pain!

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