SIP Spain

In this section, national initiatives which have been set up in Spain can be found.

Representatives from countries with SIP related activities and national platforms provided an update on their activities and policy developments at the SIP Steering Committee in Brussels on the 25th of Oktober. SIP Spain, to be established in the end of 2018, shared their objectives in a presentation (attached).

Updates SIP Spain October 2018

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Background and objective
The Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study is a comprehensive disease assessment, which measures population health around the world annually and its results are available by country. We used the GBD estimates to summarize the population health status in Spain in 2016 and describe trends in morbidity and mortality from 1990 to 2016.
As a conclusion from the study, it became clear that back and neck pains were the most important contributor to disability in Spain in 2016. There was a noticeable increase in population burdens due to Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. Tobacco remains the most important health risk to be addressed in Spain.
Joan B. Soriano, David Rojas-Rueda, Jordi Alonso, Josep M. Antó, Pere-Joan Cardona, Esteve Fernández, Alberto L. Garcia-Basteiro, Fernando G. Benavides, Scott D. Glenn, Varsha Krish, Jeffrey V. Lazarus, José Martínez-Raga, Maria F. Masana, Mark J. Nieuwenhuijsen, Alberto Ortiz, Maria Dolores Sánchez-Niño, Antoni Serrano-Blanco, Miguel Tortajada-Girbés, Stefanos Tyrovolas, Josep Maria Haro, Mohsen Naghavi, Christopher J.L. Murray
The burden of disease in Spain: Results from the Global Burden of Disease 2016
Medicina Clínica (English Edition), Available online 3 September 2018, Pages

The burden of disease in Spain: Results from the Global Burd…

Background and objective The Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study is a comprehensive disease assessment, which measures population health around the w…

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Another national Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) initiative has been launched on June 26th in Spain. Several patient organisations and clinical experts came together with representatives from the Ministry of health and three other regional communities to successfully launch SIP in Spain. Participants  reflected on the challenges of pain care and management in Spain, and shared their input on the differences per regional community. 
 

SIP Spain goes live!

Another national Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) initiative has been launched on June 26th in Spain. Several patient organisations and clinical exp…

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The ALGOS research group and Fundación Grünenthal’s URV Chair of Children's Pain are carrying out research in the 40 primary and secondary schools of the city of Reus, collecting information from all children from 10 to 17 years old, as well as their families. In doing so, they want to develop new treatments to improve the quality of life of the children who suffer chronic pain.

Report about a new pediatric pain research project in Reus, Spain

The ALGOS research group and Fundación Grünenthal’s URV Chair of Children's Pain are carrying out research in the 40 primary and secondary schools of …

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The Spanish Society of Palliative Care (SECPAL), the Spanish Society of Medical Oncology (SEOM), the Spanish Society of Pain (SED) and the Spanish Society of Radiation Oncology (SEOR) have developed the first guide for the interdisciplinary approach to cancer pain. It will help professionals to prevent cancer pain and improve quality of life of patients.

First Spanish guide for the interdisciplinary approach to ca…

The Spanish Society of Palliative Care (SECPAL), the Spanish Society of Medical Oncology (SEOM), the Spanish Society of Pain (SED) and the Spanish Soc…

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Short Info

SIP Spain was successfully launched on June 26th in Spain after several patient organisations and clinical experts came together with representatives from the Ministry of Health and three other regional communities.

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