On June 24th, the winners of the 2nd Brain, Mind and Pain Grant with the theme "STOP Stigma! Reduce stigma to improve quality of life for brain, mind, and pain patients" have been announced in a virtual ceremony.

Who are the winners of the 2nd Brain Mind and Pain Grant “St…

On June 24th, the winners of the 2nd Brain, Mind and Pain Grant with the theme "STOP Stigma! Reduce stigma to improve quality of life for brain, mind,…

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EFNA will be hosting a second webinar about the impact of Covid-19 on neurology and advocacy. The online event will take place on June 30th at 1330 CEST.

EFNA Webinar: Where's Neurology? Influencing Covid Recovery …

EFNA will be hosting a second webinar about the impact of Covid-19 on neurology and advocacy. The online event will take place on June 30th at 1330 CE…

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Save the date: The BMP Grant 2019-2020 Ceremony will be held on the 24th of June 2020 from 15h15 CEST (Brussels time) to 17h CEST in digital format.

Save the date: THE BMP GRANT 2019-2020 CEREMONY - Virtual event

Save the date: The BMP Grant 2019-2020 Ceremony will be held on the 24th of June 2020 from 15h15 CEST (Brussels time) to 17h CEST in digital format.…

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European Public Health Association (EUPHA) will host its 16th World Congress on public Health 2020 between October 12th and 17th 2020 in Rome, Italy. EUPHA is an umbrella organisation for public health associations and institutes in Europe with more than 80 members from 47 countries.
The Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) has submitted an abstract for this conference with the title "Societal Impact of Pain thematic network – from European recommendations to national implementations" to be presented in the category "Policy". SIP has received the fantastic news that the abstract has been selected for an oral presentation at the conference.
Background of this presentation is that SIP has been selected in 2018 as a Thematic Network as part of the EU Health Policy Platform and produced a Joint Statement that focuses on four key areas: (1) Indicators, (2) Research, (3) Education, and (4) Employment. The Joint Statement has been used as a basis for projects and initiatives at national level, aligned with the four key priorities.
Results (effects/changes)
Until now, nine SIP national platforms have been established in Belgium, Finland, France, Ireland, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain under the guidance of the European SIP platform. Each platform has identified one or more key areas of the Joint Statement to take concrete actions for implementation. For example, SIP Belgium released a national SIP Joint Statement with the goal to improve the (re)integration of pain patients in the workforce and society.
Lessons
The selection of SIP as a Thematic Network on the EU Health Policy Platform provided opportunities to identify the key areas for impactful pain policy work and led to concrete actions for implementation on national level.
Check the conference website to see the program of the EUPHA Event 2020.

SIP abstract accepted for presentation at EUPHA 2020

European Public Health Association (EUPHA) will host its 16th World Congress on public Health 2020 between October 12th and 17th 2020 in Rome, Italy. …

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The online survey will identify what is the current situation of chronic pain patients in Europe and what PAE can do to improve the situation. 

Respond to the PAE survey - COVID-19 and your chronic pain

The online survey will identify what is the current situation of chronic pain patients in Europe and what PAE can do to improve the situation. …

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A European survey was conducted in 2019 to look at the status of national pain guidelines and action plans and to reflect on the status of policies supporting the updated priorities of the Societal Impact of Pain platform.

European road map monitor 2019 - national pain plans

A European survey was conducted in 2019 to look at the status of national pain guidelines and action plans and to reflect on the status of policies su…

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Due to Covid-19, many people with chronic pain and chronic illness are staying at home, practicing social distancing and wearing masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus. But after weeks of isolation, many chronically ill patients are feeling anxious and lonely, and worried about issues that healthy people are less concerned about, like losing access to medication and healthcare.

Chronic Pain Patients ‘Hanging on by a Thread’ During Corona…

Due to Covid-19, many people with chronic pain and chronic illness are staying at home, practicing social distancing and wearing masks to protect them…

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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation, many SIP-related events in 2020 have been cancelled, postponed or turned into virtual events. Please check the updated information in the SIP calendar.

Check the updates about SIP-related events in the calendar

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation, many SIP-related events in 2020 have been cancelled, postponed or turned into virtual events. Please check the…

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The Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) 2020 survey about the use of electronic devices/services to manage their health is now open until end of April!

Respond to the PAE Survey 2020 on use of e-health and m-health

The Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) 2020 survey about the use of electronic devices/services to manage their health is now open until end of April!…

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The Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) welcomes the European Commission Roadmap on Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan and responded to its consultation.

SIP response to Europes' Beating Cancer Plan

The Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) welcomes the European Commission Roadmap on Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan and responded to its consultation.…

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