2017

The Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Steering Committee met ...

The SIP Steering Committee meeting on October 4th in Brussels was attended by around 50 key stakeholders involved in the pain policy agenda in Europe....

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Integration of SIP in the EU Health Policy Platform

Sam Kynman, Executive Director of the European Pain Federation EFIC, has been asked about the relevance of this new platform for SIP....

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SIP 2017 Proceedings now available!

Read the Proceedings of the 7th European symposium on the “Societal Impact of Pain” (SIP 2017) which took place on June 7-9, 2017 in Malta....

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Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) session at EFIC Congress in...

Copenhagen, September 8th "If you manage pain, you manage the healthcare system" was the key message from the Societal Impact of Pain plenary ses...

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Great interest in Societal Impact of Pain at EFIC Congress 2017

Copenhagen,September 8th The classification of chronic pain as a condition and what it means for policies and health Systems! "If you manage pain, you...

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Advocacy Workshop at EFIC congress 2017

SIP’s advocacy strategy has proven itself successful at the EU Level since ist beginning in 2009. The next step is now to replicate this experience ...

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BRAIN, MIND AND PAIN GRANT 2018 - Call for Proposals

Bringing the innovation closer to patients, Pain Alliance Europe and Grünenthal are proud to introduce their 1st Brain, Mind, and Pain Patient-Centre...

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Societal Impact of Pain at EFIC Congress 2017 in Copenhagen

The classification of chronic pain as a condition and what it means for policies and health Systems! This Session will take place on Friday 8th Septem...

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Final Policy Recommendations from SIP 2017

8-9 June 2017 Valletta (Malta) Under the motto ‘Structured Cooperation of Health Care Systems’, over 300 European health care stakeholders from mo...

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The language doctors and medical journals use to describe depende...

BMJ April 19, 2017 Choice of language can impede access to medicines both for the treatment of pain and opioid dependence. Referring to a person as a ...

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