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First SIP Steering Committee 2009

National Initiatives Ireland: Charter of Rights against unnecessary Pain

Ceri Philips School of health science, Swansea University, United Kingdom

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: The Need For A Whole Systems Perspective

Paul Langley University of Minnesota

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: The impact of pain according to consumers and patients

Serdar Erdine President World Institute of Pain, Turkey

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Chronic pain

Alberto Grua Grünenthal, Germany

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Can pain be helpful as a quality indicator for health care systems?

Celine Leto Advisor in the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Social Affairs and Health, Belgium

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Welcome - Celine Leto

Isabel De La Mata EU Health & Consumers Directorate General - DG SANCO Principal Adviser - Public health and risk assessment

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Health and Pain in the European Union

José De Andrés President of the Foundation for study and treatment of pain of the Valencian community, Spain

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Interventional therapeutic strategies for the treatment of pain

Meindert Boysen Programme Director Technology Appraisals, NICE, United Kingdom

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Innovation; pain or value

Lise Rochaix French National Health Authority (HAS, Haute Autorité de Santé), France

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Informational gap between physicians and their patients

Paolo Daniele Siviero Direttore, Ufficio Centro Studi Agenzia Italiana del Farmaco (AIFA), Italy

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Therapeutic strategies for the treatment of pain

Ken Paterson Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC), United Kingdom

SIP 2010 Plenary May 4: Are we adequately equipped to asses pain therapies

Wilfried Ilias President Austrian pain society, Austria

Workshop 1: Chronic pain in Austria

Jan Dobrogowski Department of Pain Research and Therapy Jagiellonian University, Poland

Workshop 1: Prevalence of neuropathic pain in Poland

Jos Kleijnen Kleijnen Systematic Reviews Ltd., Netherlands

Workshop 1: Results of a literature review on the epidemiology of chronic pain in the EU

Ana Casas Oncology Unit Hospital Virgen del Rocio, Sevilla, Spain

Workshop 1: Pain in oncology

José Castro Lopes Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto, President of the National Observatory for Pain, Portugal

Workshop 1: Prevalence and socio-economic impact of pain in Portugal

Cornelius Erbe Member of the Extended Board - Head of Product Management, DAK-Unternehmen Leben, Germany

Workshop 1: Analyses of types and costs of pain

Giovanni Apolone Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche "Mario Negri", Italy

Workshop 2: Pain undertreatment in oncological patients

Narinder Rawal Orebro University Hospital, Sweden

Workshop 1: Prevalence and Epidemiology - Report

Barbara Milani Technical Officer, Access to Controlled Medications Programme, Department of Essential Medicines and Pharmaceutical Policies, World Health Organization WHO

Workshop 2: "WHO Treatment Guidelines on Pain"

Thomas R. Tölle Deutscher Forschungsverbund Neuropathischer Schmerz (DFNS), Deutsche Gesellschaft zum Studium des Schmerzes e.V. (DGSS), Germany

Workshop 2: Measuring Functionality

Martin van der Graaff Secretary, Pharmaceutical reimbursement Committee of CVZ, Netherlands

Workshop 2: Painlessly into the package

Matthias Perleth Abteilung Fachberatung Medizin Gemeinsamer Bundesausschuss, Germany

Workshop 2: Practice of benefit assessment of pain relieving medications

Joana Gabriele Muñiz President of the Spanish Patients Association, Spain

Workshop 3: The impact of pain from the patient perspective

Roberto Casale "Salvatore Maugeri" Foundation, IRCCS Montescano, Pavia, Italy

Workshop 3: Pain and Rehabilitation

Werner Kerschbaum Deputy Secretary General, Österreichischen Roten Kreuz, Austria

Workshop 3: Pain and family

Michel Vanhalewyn General coordinator Sociéte scientifique de Médecine générale (SSMG), Belgium

Workshop 3: Pain management in practice

Gina Plunkett Vice Chairperson of the Chronic Pain Association, Ireland

Workshop 3: Charter of Rights for people living with Chronic Pain

Emilia Altarriba President of the Foundation of Fibromyalgia, Spain

Workshop 3: Quality of life after pain treatment

Marja Kuijpers College voor zorgverzekeringen (CVZ), Netherlands

Workshop 2: Evidence in Pain Therapy from a societal perspective - Report

Norman Evans Imperial College, London Healthcare Trust, United Kingdom

Workshop 3: Impact of pain on the society - Report

Eli Alon University of Zürich, Member EFIC®, Switzerland

Workshop 4: Health economic models in pain treatment - Eli Alon

Marijana Bras School of Medicine, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Workshop 4: Health economic models in pain treatment - Report

Renata Villoro Max Weber Institute, Spain

Workshop 4: The Social Economic Costs of Chronic Pain

Morten Andreas Hjulsager Danish National board of health, Denmark

Workshop 4: How to asses the economic cost of pain in Denmark?

Ailsa Brown Principal Health Economist, Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC), United Kingdom

Workshop 4: Issues in the Health Technology Assessment of Treatments for Pain

Reinhard Thoma President, Professional Association of pain specialists in Germany (BVSD), Germany

Workshop 4: Why do we need an ICD10 code for chronic pain?

Eric Jensen Chefarzt MEDAS, Medizinisches Zentrum Römerhof, Switzerland

Workshop 4: Medico-legal medicine and economic challenges

Pietro Giusti Director Pharmacology PadovaItaly

Workshop 4: Monitoring of pain therapy in local health-care unit

Ad Rietveld RJW & Partners Ltd., Netherlands

Workshop 5: Costs related to pain - Report

Eva Zebedin-Brandl Hauptverband der Österreichischen Sozialversicherungsträger, Austria

Workshop 5: Pharmacoepidemiological aspects on the costs of pain

Jacob Hofdijk Special Advisor, Chronic Disease Management, Ministry of Health President EFMI, Netherlands

Workshop 5: What can we learn from insurance data on pain, facts and costs?

Paul J. Watson University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Workshop 5: The costs of musculoskeletal pain

Paul Kind Centre for Health Economics, United Kingdom

Workshop 5: Measuring the value of pain in economic evaluation

Marcelo Rivano-Fischer President Svenskt Smärtforum, Sweden

Workshop 5: Project design to analyse the facts on pain related cost

Mary Baker President - European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA), United Kingdom

Workshop 6: Light House Projects ("Best Practice") - Report

Villy Meineche Schmidt Tværfagligt Smertecenter / Den private smerteklinik, Denmark

Workshop 6: Societal benefit of multidisciplinary rehabilitation

Guido Fanelli Università di Parma, Italy

Workshop 6: The Italian experience

Ewald Gspurning Steiermark, Austria

Workshop 6: Back Pain Survey in Styria

Sergi Blancafort University of patients - Foundation Josep Laporte, Barcelona, Spain

Workshop 6: Benefits of self-care programs in pain for patients

José María Muñoz y Ramón Deputy Medical Director, Chief of Pain Management, Hospital Universitario La Paz - Madrid, Member of the Hospital SIN DOLOR Commission, Spain

Workshop 6: "Hospital Sin Dolor"

Blair H. Smith Deputy Head, Centre of Academic Primary Care, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

SIP 2010 Plenary May 5: Developing a National Service Framework for chronic pain

Norbert Klusen Chief Executive Officer, TK Krankenkasse, Germany

SIP 2010 Plenary May 5: The future of cooperation’s in pain therapy

Giustino Varrassi EFIC, Italy

SIP 2010 Plenary May 5: Discussion & summary

Background Materials on SIP 2010 Symposium

National Initiatives Netherlands: Publications

Jürgen Scheftlein European Commission, DG SANCO C4-Health Determinants, Germany

Key Note Presentation: The European commission´s approach on health determinants

Impressions SIP Symposium 2011 - Plenary Session, 3rd May 2011

Jiri Maštálka Member of the European Parliament, Confederal Group of the European United Left - Nordic Green Left, Czechia

SIP 2011 Plenary May 3: Opening Ceremony - Jiri Maštálka

Jim Higgins Member of the European Parliament Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats)

Workshop 2: Pain Policy; Ensuring access to pain treatment - Jim Higgins

Kris Vissers Member of the European Parliament Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats)

Workshop 2: Pain Policy; Ensuring access to pain treatment - Kris Vissers

Matilde Crespo / Martine Chauvin Association Francophone pour Vaincre les Douleurs (AFVD), France

Key Note Presentation: Impact of chronic pain on daily life of the patient

Brian McGuire Centre for Pain Research and School of Psychology, Galway, Ireland

Key Note Presentation: Prevalence, Impact and Cost of Chronic Pain in Ireland

Michael Zenz Deutsche Gesellschaft zum Studium des Schmerzes e.V. (DGSS), Germany

Key Note Presentation: Pain ethic charter

Beverly Collett Chronic Pain Policy Coalition

Key Note Presentation: Declaration of Montreal (IASP)

Serge Perrot Cercle d'étude de la douleur en Rhumatologie (CEDR), France

Key Note Presentation: Educational program for rheumatologists

Jan Dobrogowski Polskie Towarzystwo Badania Bolu (Polish Pain Society), Poland

Key Note Presentation: Can education in pain improve the treatment of pain?

Rolf-Detlef Treede Deutsche Gesellschaft zum Studium des Schmerzes e.V. (DGSS), Germany

Key Note Presentation: The Societal Impact of Pain - A Road Map for Action

Hans G. Kress President Elect of EFIC, Austria

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Hans G. Kress

Giustino Varrassi EFIC, Italy

SIP 2011 Plenary May 3: Opening Ceremony - Giustino Varrassi

Richard Langford British Pain Society, United Kingdom

Workshop 3: Pain - Numbers, Facts and Figures - Richard Langford

Cristian Silviu Busoi Member of the European Parliament, Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe

Workshop 3: Pain - Numbers, Facts and Figures - Cristian Silviu Busoi

Lieven Annemans Interuniversity Centre for Health Economics Research, Belgium

Key Note Presentation: Pain, facts and money

María Moreno Subsecretario Conselleria de Sanitat Valenciana, Spain

Key Note Presentation: A pilot project in narcotic electronic prescription Mas

Gottfried Endel Hauptverband der Österreichischen Sozialversicherungsträger, Austria

Key Note Presentation: What does the budgetholder know?

J. Saturno Hernández WHO Adviser on Quality, UNICEF Consultant on Quality, University of Murcia - Harvard University, Spain

Key Note Presentation: Good practices Indicators for pain treatments

John Dalli European Commissioner, Health and Consumer Policy, Malta

SIP 2011 Plenary May 3: Opening Ceremony - John Dalli

William Raffaeli Scientific Foundation ISAL (Istituto Scienze Algologiche), Italy

Key Note Presentation: Citizens and pain: "100 Città contro il dolore"

Ingemar Petersson MORSE (Musculoskeletal Research Center), Sweden

Key Note Presentation: Pain and musculoskeletal disorders in MORSE

Dieter Korczak GP Forschungsgruppe - Institut für Grundlagen- und Programmforschung, Germany

Key Note Presentation: Pain care in Germany in international comparison

Hildegard Bossmann DIMDI, Germany, Germany

Key Note Presentation: German Institute of Medical Documentation and Information

Mary Baker EFNA, United Kingdom

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Mary Baker

Gina Plunkett Chronic Pain Ireland, Ireland

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Pain in a daily reality

Anna Rosbach Member of the European Parliament European, Conservatives and Reformist's Group (ECR), Denmark

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Anna Rosbach

Ceri Phillips College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University, United Kingdom

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Ceri Phillips

Guido Fanelli Presidente Commissione Ministeriale sulla terapia del dolore, Italy

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Guido Fanelli

Maria Dolors Navarro Rubio Spanish Patients Forum, Spain

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Maria Dolors Navarro Rubio

César Margarit CHANGE PAIN international advisory board, Spain

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - The impact of pain

Rolf-Detlef Treede Deutsche Gesellschaft zum Studium des Schmerzes e.V. (DGSS), Germany

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - The economic burden of chronic pain

Giovanni D'Ercole Archdiocese of L'Aquila, Italy

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Ethical and philosophical aspects of chronic pain

Giovanni Tafuri Ufficio Centro Studi Agenzia Italiana del Farmaco (AIFA), Italy

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Analgesics for the treatment of pain in Italy

Giovanni Tafuri Ufficio Centro Studi Agenzia Italiana del Farmaco (AIFA), Italy

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - The economic burden of chronic pain

Per Sjøgren European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC), Denmark

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Pain and other symptoms in palliative cancer care

Alberto Grua Executive Vice President Grünenthal GmbH Europe & Australia, Germany

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Key note´s

Blair H. Smith University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

SIP 2011: Plenary Session 3 May - Challenges and opportunities in pain care

Milan Cabrnoch Member of the European Parliament, European Conservatives and Reformists, Czechia

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Summary and Closing Remarks

Roberto Casale Italian Association for the Study of Pain, Italy

Societal impact of pain in a rehabilitation setting

Joop van Griensven Treasurer European Network of Fibromyalgia Associations (ENFA), Netherlands

Key Note Presentation: Pain, patient, networks

Jerome Rigaud & Massimo Candiani CHU, Nantes

Key Note Presentation: Out of sight, out of mind

Michiel Reneman Center for Rehabilitation & Rehabilitation Medicine

Key Note Presentation: The impact of pain on work participation

Paul Watson University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Key Note Presentation: Retention and return to work

Joachim Nadstawek Center for Rehabilitation & Rehabilitation Medicine

Key Note Presentation: The influence of health care services on the chronification of pain

Robert Johnstone International Alliance of Patients' Organizations

Key Note Presentation: Representing people with health challenges

Impressions SIP Symposium 2011 - Workshops

Impressions SIP Symposium 2011 - Plenary Session, 4th May 2011

Harald F. Stock Chief Executive Officer Grünenthal GmbH, Germany

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Patient access to pain treatment - Harald F. Stock

Timothy Steiner Global Campaign Director, Lifting The Burden, United Kingdom

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: WHO's Atlas of Headache Disorders

Isabel de la Mata Principal Advisor with special interest in Public Health European Commission - DG SANCO, Spain

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Health and active aging partnership

Patricia Reilly Member of the Cabinet of Máire Geoghegan-Quinn EU Commissioner Research, Innovation and Science, Ireland

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Pain, EU, Research innovation and science

Günter Danner Europavertretung der Deutschen Sozialversicherung, Germany

Workshop 4: Pain - Healthy aging; Pain, Ethics and society - Günter Danner

Renata Villoro Instituto Max Weber

Key Note Presentation: Informal caregivers of chronic pain patients in Spain

Nick Allcock University of Nottingham School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy, United Kingdom

Key Note Presentation: Pain nursing in residential homes

Bernard Wary Service Régional de Soins Palliatifs, France

Key Note Presentation: Pain, Aging, and End of life

Mirando Mrsic Member of the Croatian Parliament, Croatia

Key Note Presentation: Croatian strategy for terminally ill patients

Angelika Kiewel IKK e.V., Germany

Key Note Presentation: Cost of pain therapy? A bottomless pit!?

Thomas Sitte Deutsche Palliativ Stiftung, Germany

Key Note Presentation: End of life pain relief in homecare?

Eli Alon EFIC

Workshop 5: Pain - What does best practice in pain management look like?

José M. Castro-Lopes National Observatory for Pain, Portugal

Key Note Presentation: The role of a National Observatory for Pain

Richard Rokyta Charles University, Plzen, Czechia

Key Note Presentation: The management of pain and pain care in the Czech Republic

Jan Van Emelen Union Nationale des Mutualités Libres, Landsbond van de Onafhankelijke Ziekenfondsen, Belgium

Key Note Presentation: Innovative pain approaches for future health care systems

Bernard Bannwarth Hôpital Pellegrin, France

Key Note Presentation: Chronic musculoskeletal pain

Michel Lanteri Minet Société Française d'Etude et de Traitement de la Douleur (SFETD), France

Key Note Presentation: Pain policy in France

Guy Hans Institute of National Health Insurance (RIZIV-INAMI), Belgium

Key Note Presentation: Pain Management in Belgium

Marijana Braš Veljko Ðordevic Croatia

Key Note Presentation: "Stand by me"

María Dolores Martín Rodríguez Servicio Galego da Saúde, Spain

Key Note Presentation: Goals and achievements in acute pain

André Ljutow Pain Medicine Centre for Pain Medicine Swiss Paraplegic Centre, Switzerland

Key Note Presentation: Are social problems a consequence of chronic pain?

Audrey Craven European Headache Alliance, Croatia

Key Note Presentation: Educating pain patients on HTA

Willem Scholten World Health Organization, Belgium

Key Note Presentation: Recent developments in the UN and other international organizations

Elisabetta Vaudano Innovative Medicines Initiative, Belgium

Key Note Presentation: IMI Europain research project

Peter Cremer-Schaeffer BfArM, Federal Opium Agency, Germany

Key Note Presentation: Ensuring access to pain treatment

Finn Børlum Kristensen EUnetHTA, Denmark

Key Note Presentation: Setting the framework

Marco Spizzichino Ministero della Salute - Ministry of Health, Italy

Key Note Presentation: The Italian Healthcare program

Rolf-Detlef Treede Deutsche Gesellschaft zum Studium des Schmerzes e.V. (DGSS), Germany

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Report WS 2

Massimo Candiani ObGyn, San Raffaele, Milan, Italy

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Report WS 1

Francois Meyer Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS), France

Key Note Presentation: Pain in France

Francis Fagnani CEMKA-EVAL, Italy

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Report WS 3

Joan Carles March Cerdá Andalusian School of Public Health, Spain

Key Note Presentation: Suffering/pain vs illnessess

Núria Paladio Duran AATRM / Catalan Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Research (CAHTA), Spain

Key Note Presentation: A proposal to incorporate non clinical dimensions on HTA evaluation

Winfrid Meißner Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Report WS 3 - Winfrid Meißner

Cornelius Erbe DAK - Unternehmen Leben, Germany

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Report WS 4

Pam Stewart European Network of Fibromyalgia Associations (ENFA), United Kingdom

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Report WS 5

Bernard Avouac Membre de la CNEDiMTS (HAS), Ros Meek Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance (ARMA), France

SIP 2011 Plenary May 4: Report WS 6

Background Materials on SIP 2011 Symposium

EU-Wide Initiatives: SIP - A road map for action

The Societal Impact of Pain - a Road Map for Action

National Initiatives Germany: Full Epidemiology Report

SIP Europe

National Pain Plan Survey 2011

European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

The Societal Impact of Pain Roadmap for Action

National Initiatives France: Publication "Le Quotidien Du Medecin"

Eli Alon Chair EFIC EU Liaison Committee Switzerland, Switzerland

EFIC 2011: SIP Proceedings 2011

Background Materials on EFIC 2011

Impressions EFIC Symposium 2011

National Initiatives Belgium: Symposium Summary

National Initiatives Germany: Publication Deutsche Seniorenliga e.V.

National Initiatives Germany: Publication Versorgungsatlas Schmerz

National Initiatives Netherlands: Media Reports

SIP SIP

The Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) 2011, EU Parliament, Brussels

National Initiatives Austria: First Austrian SIP Steering Committee

National Initiatives Portugal: Publication: Indirect Costs of Chronic Pain

Daniele Battelli

Workshop 6: San Marino analgesic observatory. Results and perspectives

National Initiatives Spain: Gestion del Dolor en el Sistema Sanitario

Frank Huygen Erasmus MC, Netherlands

Workshop 5: Pain in the Dutch “Regieraad” report

National Initiatives Germany: A matter of human rights

National Initiatives Germany: "Chronic Pain in the elderly"

National Initiatives Italy: Carta dei Diritti sul dolore inutile

National Initiatives United Kingdom: BBC Interview on chronic pain

National Initiatives Italy: HTA Rome

Lars Bye Møller FAKS, Denmark

Workshop 5: Establishing multi-stakeholder pain platforms in Europe

Winfried Meissner European acute pain registry, PAIN OUT, Germany

Workshop 6: Registries as a base for pan-European health services research in the field of pain

Marcelo Rivano-Fischer Swedish Pain Society, Sweden

Workshop 6: Swedish Pain Register

Gina Plunkett Chronic Pain Ireland, Ireland

Workshop 6: Outlook on future pain management

Finn Børlum Kristensen DACEHTA, EUnetHTA, Denmark

Workshop 6: How HTAs can improve pain care in the future

Joana Gabriele Muñiz Josep Laporte Foundation - Autonomous University of Barcelona - Patients' University, Spain

Workshop 6: A vision of the present and look into the future

Marco Luciani ULSS7 del Veneto, Italy

Workshop 6: Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the use of the opiates and satisfaction of recruitment standards of Palliative Care

Serge Perrot Cercle d'étude de la douleur en Rhumatologie (CEDR), France

Workshop 6: Switching assessment toward the patient for more realistic goals

Maria Giulia Marini Fondazione ISTUD, Italy

Workshop 6: Professional identity and network relationship in the pain management

Margarida Augusto Center of Medicine Based Evidence (CEMBE)Faculty of Medicine - University of Lisbon, Portugal

Workshop 6: Indirect cost of chronic pain in Portugal

Lars Backlund Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR), Sweden

Workshop 6: The national agreement between the Swedish government and SALAR of advancing quality registries in Sweden

National Initiatives Spain: Activities of the Galician Rheumatologic League

National Initiatives Italy: HTA Padova

National Initiatives Italy: HTA Milan

SIP Denmark

SIP 2012: Abstract & Background Booklet

SIP 2012: Marketplace

SIP 2012: Supplement

SIP

SIP 2012: Pain and Chronic Diseases

SIP Denmark

SIP 2012: Final Programme Danish Satellite Symposium

3rd Societal Impact of Pain Symposium

SIP

SIP 2011: Abstract & Background Booklet

Jos Kleijnen Kleijnen Systematic Reviews Ltd., Ukraine

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Systematic review on healthy ageing in relation to chronic pain in the EU

Roman Haas Roman Haas Medical Quality GmbH, Austria

Workshop 1: Moderator

José de Andrés, Eduardo Zafra Galán, Ramón Navarro Sanz Responsible of the Palliative Care Program in Valencia, Spain

Workshop 3: Multidisciplinary approach to palliative care: Our experience in Valencia

Stefano Coacchioli Perugia University School of Medicine, Italy

Workshop 1: Co-rapporteur

Nigel Armstrong Kleijnen Systematic Reviews Ltd., Ukraine

Workshop 1: Systematic review on the position of pain in relation to chronic dieseases

Detlev Parow DAK - Unternehmen, Germany

Workshop 1: Pain from a statutory health insurance point of view

Pedro Saturno Dpt. Of Socio-Sanitary Science (University of Murcia / University of Harvard), Spain

Workshop 1: Results of the Good Practice indicators in Pain Treatment in the National Health System

Gitte Handberg Smertecenter Syd, OUH, Denmark

Workshop 5: Addressing the Societal Impact of Pain in Denmark

Robert Jakob World Health Organization (WHO), Switzerland

Workshop 1: ICD 11 in development

Winfried Rief Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany

Workshop 1: IASP positition on pain in ICD 11

Stephen Gilbert National Lead Clinician for Chronic Pain, Scotland, Ukraine

Workshop 1: Measuring Pain as the 5th vital Sign

Willem Scholten World Health Organization (WHO), Switzerland

Workshop 1: Report from ATOME meeting in Cyprus

Eli Alon EFIC, Switzerland

Workshop 1: EFIC position on pain in relation to chronic diseases

Liisa Mikkonen Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Finland

Workshop 1: Why chronic pain is a disease from a patients' point of view

John Lindsay Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Ireland

Workshop 2: ACTIVE & HEALTHY AGEING: PAIN MANAGEMENT FOR AN IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE - Moderator

Michiel Reneman UMCG Centrum voor Revalidatie, Netherlands

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Pain - work - healthy ageing

Stephen Bevan The Work Foundation, Ukraine

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - The influence of work-related back pain on sickness absence

Tony Woolf EUMUSC.NET Project and the Bone and Joint Decade, Ukraine

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Musculoskeletal pain: incidence, prevalence and impact on healthy ageing

Chris Wells EFIC, Ukraine

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - National Health and Wellness Survey 2010 – 65 Analysis

Orsolya Nagy DGSanco, EU Commission, Germany

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Pilot European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing

Wilco Achterberg Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Pain and Impaired Cognition

Sylvie Bonin-Guilllaume Société française de gériatrie et de gerontologie - French geriatric association, France

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Pain in geriatric care

Simon Chapman National Council of Palliative Care, Ukraine

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Influencing public policy to drive change in end of life care

María Teresa García-Baquero Merino Palliatie Care Program Madrid, Spain

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - The New Pain Care Program in Palliative Care in Spain

Teresa Petrangolini Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Italy

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Citizens or patients

Giovanni Gambassi Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome, Italy

SIP 2012 - Workshop 2 - Pain in the geriatric field

Alberto Grua Grünenthal, Germany

SIP 2012 - PLENARY SESSION 30 MAY

Beverly Collett Chronic Pain Policy Coalition (CPPC), Ukraine

Workshop 5: Multi-stakeholder Pain platforms within England

Nevenka Krčevski Škvarč EFIC®, Slovakia

Workshop 5: SIP in Slovenia

Michel Lanteri Minet Société Française d'Etude et de Traitement de la Douleur (SFETD), France

Workshop 5: The Fourth French national Program of actions for the management of Pain

Pamela Bell Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, Ireland

Workshop 5: Pain Summit Northern Ireland

Jaime Espín Andalusian School of Public Health, Spain

Workshop 5: Innovative Agreements for Financing medicines

Rolf-Detlef Treede Deutsche Gesellschaft zum Studium des Schmerzes e.V. (DGSS), Denmark

Workshop 5: The Road Map for Action and the Road Map monitor

Viorica Cursaru Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Romania

Workshop 5: Aligning stakeholder initiatives in the EU member states

Martin Koltzenburg EFIC®, Ukraine

Workshop 4: EFIC® education and research programmes

Françoise Laroche Cercle d'étude de la douleur en Rhumatologie (CEDR), France

Workshop 4: Chronic pain and therapeutic patienteducation - is it useful?

Andreas Kopf Klinik für Anästhesiologie Klinik Benjamin Franklin, Germany

Workshop 4: Pain Medicine in Medical School curricula

Manuela Monleón / Marta Pisano FAECAP Federación de Asociaciones de Enfermería Comunitaria y Atención Primaria, Spain

Workshop 4: Developing Pain Education for nurses by nurses

Dolors Navarro Patient University, Spain

Workshop 4: Pain Forum for Patients

Juan Antonio Guerra de Hoyos Andalusian Plan for the Attention of People with pain, Spain

Workshop 4: Improving chronic pain Management

Jan van Emelen Independent Health Insurance Funds, Belgium

Workshop 4: Coaching chronic pain

Begoña García Cepeda General Department of Quality Programs and Healthcare Safety. Galician Ministry of Health, Spain

Workshop 4: Galician School in Public Health for citizens: Education in Pain

Dott. Fabio Izzicupo Dirigente Psicologo, U.O. Hospice e Terapia del dolore, Ospedale di Fossombrone, Italy

Workshop 4: Hospital-territory without pain

Bébhinn NicLiam Endometriosis Association of Ireland, Ireland

Workshop 4: Patient involvement in pain guidelines

Marco Spizzichino Ministry of Health, Italy

Workshop 3: Statement by Marco Spizzichino

Giustino Varrassi EFIC®, Italy

Workshop 3: Statement by Giustino Varrassi

Frances Cole NHS Kirklees, Bradford Teaching Hospitals Trust, West Yorkshire, Ukraine

Workshop 3: Commissioning Pain Management Services

Beatriz Craveiro Lopes EFIC®, Portugal

Workshop 3: Defined outcomes from the implementation of pain

Martine Chauvin / Virginie Van Belleghem AFVD Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), France

Workshop 3: Precariousness and pain. The added value of expert patients

Roger Knaggs School of Pharmacy University of Nottingham / UK CPA Pain Management Group, Ukraine

Workshop 3: Relieving Persistent Pain, Improving Health Outcomes

Dolores Martín Rodríguez General Department of Quality Programs and Healthcare Safety. Galician Ministry of Health, Ukraine

Workshop 3: Pain as the fifth vital sign in Galicia: overcome challenge

Enrique Bárez Medical Director, Anesthesiologist: Pain Clinic. Hospital Universitario Araba, Spain

Workshop 3: A story about how Patients and Practicioners

Anna Östbom Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR), Sweden

Workshop 3: The national rehabilitation guarantee

Clairy Wiholm REHSAM, Sweden

Workshop 3: How can society help people get back working

Pia Frederiksen FAKS, Denmark

SIP 2012 - Plenary Session - Statement & Presentation

Hans G. Kress, Alberto Grua, Pia Frederiksen Denmark

SIP 2012 - Opening Ceremony - Auditorium 15

Marco Spizzichino Italian Ministry of Health, Italy

SIP 2012: Implementation status of law 38 of March 15th, 2010

SIP Denmark

SIP 2012 Symposium: Final Programme

Hans G. Kress President EFIC, Austria

SIP 2012: Plenary Session 30/31 May - Hans G. Kress

Joop van Griensven Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Netherlands

SIP 2012: Statement

Harald F. Stock Chief Executive Officer Grünenthal GmbH, Germany

SIP 2012: Statement

Stefano Coacciolo Perugia University School of Medicine, Italy

SIP 2012: Report WS1

Sean McDougall Pain UK, United Kingdom

SIP 2012: Presentation & Statement

Erhard Hackler Deutsche Seniorenliga e.V., Germany

SIP 2012: Awareness Campaign "Chronic pain and age"

Per Kjærsgaard-Andersen EFORT, Denmark

SIP 2012: Report WS2

Gerhard H. Müller-Schwefe Deutsche Gesellschaft für Schmerztherapie e.V., Germany

SIP 2012: Can integrated pain care save money?

Kris Vissers University Medical Centre Nijmegen, Netherlands

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Education and research: deliverables

Ann Lloyd The Patients Association, Ukraine

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Report WS3

Winfried Hofmann Hessischen Landesverbandes des Berufsverbands der Ärzte u. Psycho-therapeuten in der Schmerz- und Palliativmedizin, Germany

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Presentation Winfried Hofmann

Rik Torfs Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Pain and Social Affairs

Marijana Bras Klinika za psihološku medicinu, KBC Zagreb, Croatia

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Report WS4

Massimo Candiani ObGyn, San Raffaele, Milan, Italy

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Presentation by Massimo Candiani

Antón Herreos Director of FUINSA (Fundación para la Investigación en Salud), Spain

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Plataforma SinDolor: 5 years of experience

Gitte Handberg Multidisciplinary Pain Centre, Germany

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Report WS5

Hiltrud Liedgens Grünenthal GmbH, Germany

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Video by Hiltrud Liedgens

Elisabetta Vaudano IMI, Belgium

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - EuroPain

Robert Johnstone International Alliance of Patients Organizations, Ukraine

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Report WS6

Gina Plunkett Chronic Pain Ireland, Ireland

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Presentation by Gina Plunkett

Lars Bye Moller FAKS, Denmark

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Statement by Lars Bye Moller

Giustino Varrassi EFIC, Italy

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Video by Giustino Varrassi

Anna Rosbach European Conservatives and Reformist Group - European Parliament, Denmark

SIP 2012 - 31.05. - Plenary Session - Working together in pain politics against pain

National Initiatives Germany: "Kompass" Newsletter

National Initiatives Germany: "Kompass" Newsletter - SIP Special Edition

Björn Gerdle Sweden

Workshop 6: Advancing pain management in Swedish primary care through quality registry

National Initiatives Italy: HTA Ancona

National Initiatives Portugal: TV Report: Societal Impact of Chronic Pain

National Initiatives Italy: HTA Messina

National Initiatives Italy: HTA Firenze

National Initiatives Germany: German Charta

Chronic Pain becomes Priority in Spain

National Initiatives Spain: Five years of Plataforma SinDOLOR

National Initiatives Italy: HTA Bari

SIP Denmark

SIP 2012: Proceedings booklet

SIP

SIP 2012: Active and healthy Ageing

National Initiatives Italy: New booklet "In-Dolore"

National Initiatives Germany: Informative guidebook "Dementia & Pain"

National Initiatives Germany: Special "Kompass"-issue on SIP 2012

National Initiatives Germany: "Pain Nurses"

National Initiatives United Kingdom: Update Pain Toolkit- Guidebook

National Initiatives France: French SIP Symposium

National Initiatives Spain: Pain in National Chronic Disease Strategy

National Initiatives Austria: Basis for Austrian “Road Map for Action”

Luıs Filipe Azevedo et al. Portugal

Epidemiology of Chronic Pain: A Population-Based Nationwide Study on Its Prevalence, Characteristics and Associated Disability in Portugal

Alberto Grua Grünenthal Europe & Australia, Italy

Opening Ceremony: Video & Presentation by Alberto Grua

Sonia García de San José Spanish Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, Madrid, Spain

"Pain in the Strategy for Addressing Chronicity in the NHS"

Hans-Georg Kress EFIC President, Germany

"Presentation of final European SIP Recommendations & Outlook on EU Implementation"

Waltraud Klasnic Austrian Member of the European Economic and Social Committee, Austria

Chair & Opening - SIP Focus Group 1

Waltraud Klasnic Austrian Member of the European Economic and Social Committee, Austria

Closure by Waltraud Klasnic

SIP

Focus Group 1: Working Session Discussions

Dr. Virginie Piano Hôpital la Timone, Centre Douleur Chronique, France

Statement by Dr. Virginie Piano

Prof. Dr. Kris C.P. Vissers UMC St. Radboud, Netherlands

Statement by Prof. Dr. Kris C.P. Vissers

Prof. Dr. Rolf-Detlef Treede Medical Faculty of University Mannheim, Germany

Statement by Prof. Dr. Rolf-Detlef Treede

Prof. Pedro J. Saturno Medical Faculty, University of Murcia, Spain

Statement by Prof. Pedro J. Saturno

Prof. William Raffaeli Fondazione ISAL, Institute for Research on Pain, Italy

Statement by Prof. William Raffaeli

Dr. Cathy Price Clinical Director at Southampton City CCG, United Kingdom

Statement Dr. Cathy Price

Jamie O'Hara Adelphi, United Kingdom

“Assessing the burden of neuropathic pain to support the uptake of Good Practice Indicators (GPIs): Insights from real world data across different diseases”

Pedro Saturno University of Murcia, Spain

“Development of good practice indicators for pain management (IPM) – a pilot project in the Spanish health system”

Rolf-Detlef Treede Medical Faculty of University Mannheim, Germany

“Introduction to Working Session on SIP Recommendations on the European Implementation Indicators for Chronic Pain Management"

Hans G. Kress EFIC, Austria

Presentation & Video: „Societal Impact of Pain” Focus Groups

Hans G. Kress EFIC, Austria

Presentation & Video: „Societal Impact of Pain” Focus Group 2

Liam Conroy EFIC, Ireland

SIP 2013: Day 2 Opening - Liam Conroy

SIP

Impressions Trailer SIP 2013

SIP

Impressions SIP Focus Group 2, 15 May 2013

SIP

Impressions SIP Focus Group 1, 14 May 2013

National Initiatives Italy: 36th National Congress of AISD

National Initiatives Austria: Motion by Member of Parliament Dr Spadiut

EU-Wide Initiatives: Pain out Report - postoperative pain

National Initiatives Germany: Best Practice from German Thuringia University Hospital Jena

EU-Wide Initiatives: New brochure on Pain Alliance Europe

National Initiatives Italy: European Day against Pain

National Initiatives United Kingdom: The Painful Truth Report: 2,500 people

Pain Alliance Europe (PAE)

Chronic Pain in Europe 2014

Beatrice Lorenzin Italy

Background Materials on SIP 2014 Symposium

Nick Ross, Chris Wells SIP

Background Materials on SIP 2014 Symposium: Welcome

Nick Ross, Neil Betteridge SIP

SIP 2014 Symposium: Getting results: make it feasible, make it doable

Nick Ross, Marco Spizzichino SIP

SIP 2014 Symposium: Message by Italian Ministry Beatrice Lorenzin

Nick Ross, Orsi Nagy SIP

SIP 2014 Symposium: On the European political environment

Nick Ross, Bart Morlion SIP

SIP 2014 Symposium: Proposed future goals (1) Training

Marian Harkin SIP

SIP 2014 Symposium: Proposed future goals (4) The EU agenda

EU-Wide Initiatives: EU Parliament Meeting Report

EU-Wide Initiatives: Pain Patient Pathway Recommendations

Framework Document for the improvement of pain management in Spain

SIP Supplement Symposium 2014

SIP SIP, Belgium

SIP Symposium 2014: Interactive Panel Discussions

SIP SIP

Impressions: 5th Symposium on the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP), Brussels, 18th November 2014

SIP

Interview with 3 patient ambassadors: making the invisible visible – the experience of living with chronic pain

Ernst Daniel Smid Dutch Cancer Pain Foundation 'Stichting Pijn bij Kanker', Netherlands

Losing the love of my life to Cancer

SIP

Panel discussion 1: Out of sight, out of mind – why the reluctance to see pain as a critical issue

SIP

Panel Discussion 2: Good practise – how do we stimulate innovation and accelerate the replication?

SIP

Panel Discussion 3: Outcome of the Italian Presidency’s discussion on Pain and Palliative Care at the informal Ministerial Council. What now?

SIP

Panel Discussion 4: The future – How can stakeholders advocating for the recognition of pain in Europe work together to ensure change?

National Initiatives United Kingdom: Better education on pain management

Marian Harkin Member European Parliament, Ireland

Chair & Introduction to the Key Note Presentations

Brenda O'Brien European Agency for Safety and Health at Work

"An Update from EU-OSHA: Current and Future Activities"

Françoise Laroche CEDR (Cercle d'Etude de la Douleur en Rhumatologie/Musculoskeletal Pain Specialists Association), France

"Chronic low back pain patients' management. Psychoeducation programs. Is there an impact on disability ans sick-leave days?"

Harry Kletzko German Pain League, Germany

"Integrated Health Care Concept for (Low) Back Pain Patients"

Jacqueline Lyttle Jackel Solutions ltd., United Kingdom

"Facing the NHS challenge: Understanding the costs and pathways of chronic pain patients"

Anna Vavrovsky Academy for Value in Health GmbH, Austria

"The economic burden of chronic pain in the working population"

Stefano Coaccioli Italy

"EU epidemiology of chronic pain in the working population"

Joop van Griensven, Teresa Petrangolini, Mariano Votta Pain Alliance Europe, Active Citizenship Network

"European Assessment of the EU Patient Right of Avoiding Unnecessary Suffering and Pain"

Michiel Reneman Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen, Netherlands

"Working on work; practice examples from the Netherlands"

Clairy Wiholm Swedish Social Insurance Agency, Sweden

"REHSAM - A National Research Program in Sweden, enhancing return to work"

Roman Haas Medical Quality GmbH, Austria

SIP 2013 Focus Group 2: SIP Proposal for Action: Using European Best Practices for the Reintegration of Chronic Pain Patients into the Workforce

Hans-Georg Kress EFIC

"Summary of SIP Proposal for Action: EU Best Practices & Closure"

SIP International Press Briefing, 15 May 2013

SIP

SIP Focus Group 1 - Result from interactive working session

SIP

SIP Focus Group 2 - Result from Discussion

188 endorsing organisations for SIP 2013!

SIP 2013 Final Programme

National Initiatives Austria: Pain News - Austrian Round Table

Bart Morlion European Pain Federation (EFIC), Belgium

Bart Morlion 2015 about the Societal Impact of Pain

SIP SIP

Impressions: SIP Topical Seminar 3rd September 2015, Vienna / Austria

National Initiatives Austria: Alliance Chronic Pain awards best-practices

Kris Vissers University Medical Centre Nijmegen, Netherlands

EFIC 2011: Societal Impact of Pain 2011; objectives and results

Rolf-Detlef Treede Medical Faculty Mannheim, Heidelberg University, Germany

EFIC 2011: The Societal Impact of Pain in Europe

Rolf-Detlef Treede Medical Faculty Mannheim, Heidelberg University, Germany

EFIC 2011: The Societal Impact of Pain in Europe

Beatriz Craveiro Lopes EFIC Councilor Portugal, Portugal

EFIC 2011: Example from Portugal on the implementation of pain medicine

Dolores Martín Rodriguez General Department of Quality Programs and Healthcare Safety, Galician Ministry of Health, Spain

EFIC 2011: Strategy for the improvement of Pain management in the Galician Health Care System

Elisabetta Vaudano Principal Scientific Manager, Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI), Belgium

EFIC 2011: Europain - Understanding Chronic Pain and Improving its Research in Europe

Faculty of Pain Medicine, United Kingdom

CSPMS - Core Standards for Pain Management Services in the UK

SIP SIP

Announcement flyer: the 6th Societal Impact of Pain symposium takes place in Brussels

Pain Policy in Italy

Pete Moore Pain Toolkit

Societal Impact of Pain (SIP)

SIP

SIP 2016 Endorsing statements

National Initiatives Scotland: New Report on Chronic Pain in Scotland

SIP European Pain Federation (EFIC), United Kingdom

Interview with Chris Wells

SIP Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Netherlands

Interview with Joop Van Griensven

SIP Active Citizenship Network (ACN), Italy

Interview with Mariano Votta

SIP SIP

SIP factsheet: The societal impact of pain

SIP SIP

SIP factsheet: Pain as a quality indicator for healthcare

SIP SIP

SIP factsheet: Pain, rehabilitation and the reintegration of workers in the workforce

SIP SIP

SIP factsheet: The relevance of pain in cancer care and rehabilitation

SIP SIP

SIP factsheet: Chronic pain: underlying symptom or a disease in its own right?

Thomas Tölle Technische Universität München, Germany

European Pain Federation EFIC® position on the debate on “pain as a disease in its own right”

Isabelle Pateer Otherweyes

Impressions SIP Symposium 2016 - Day 1, 23th May 2016

Paloma Casado Spanish Ministry of Health and Social Services and Equality, Spain

Implementation of the Chronicity Care National Strategy in Spain

Christoph Schwierz European Commission, DG ECFIN, Belgium

Monitoring the efficiency of health systems: What does the European Commission need for pain policy?

Isabelle Pateer Otherweyes

Impressions SIP Symposium 2016 - Day 2, 24th May 2016

Giuliano Piccoliori Academia Altoatesina di Medicina Generale (AcAMG), Italy

P in GP stands for Pain

Theresa Griffin Member of the European Parliament (MEP), S&D, Ukraine

SIP 2016 - PLENARY SESSION 24 MAY - Plenary Chair

Viorica Cusaru Marilyn Casha Montenegro

SIP 2016 - PLENARY SESSION 24 MAY - Reporting back on Working group 3: The relevance of pain in cancer care and rehabilitation

SIP SIP

SIP 2016 - Trailer

SIP

SIP 2016, WG1: Recommendations on 'Pain as a quality indicator for health care'

SIP

SIP 2016, WG2: Recommendations on 'Chronic pain: a disease or symptom?'

SIP

SIP 2016, WG3: Recommendations on 'The relevance of pain in cancer care and rehabilitation'

SIP

SIP 2016, WG4: Recommendations on 'Pain, rehabilitation and reintegration of workers in the workforce'

SIP

Societal Impact of Pain 2016: 8 policy recommendations: Time for Action

José Romão Portuguese Directorate-General for Health, Portugal

National Plans for Pain Control – Portuguese examples

Wolfgang Jaksch Austrian Pain Society (ÖSG), Austria

Pain policy opportunity

Marco Spizzichino Italian Ministry of Health, Italy

Best practice in pain policy: legge 38/2010

Rolf-Detlef Treede International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), Germany

Can we use pain as a quality indicator for health care?

Rosa Maria Fragoso Portuguese Institute of oncology (IPO), Portugal

Cancer survivors: Between bureaucracy and clinical duty

Stein Kaasa Trondheim University Hospital, Norway

CanCon - Work package 8

Saskia Decuman National Institute of Health and Disability Insurance (NIHDI), Belgium

Centre of knowledge in work incapacity focuces on reintegration with disabling pain

Stefan Wirz CURA-Hospital, Germany

Chronic Cancer Pain: An Ignored Disease?

Lukas Radbruch University Hospital Bonn, International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care (IAHPC), Germany

Does universal access to high-quality palliative care include pain care?

Mihaela Militaru European Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC), Belgium

ECPC position on pain & cancer: Statement & Presentation by Mihaela Militaru

Stephen Bevan Institute for Employment Studies (IES), United Kingdom

Health as an investment

Leonie Mallmann Bundesverband privater Anbieter sozialer Dienste e.V. (BPA), Germany

Health indicators in practice

Rosapaola Metastasio Civic Evaluation Agency of Cittadinanzattiva, Italy

Hospitals and the right to avoid unnecessary pain and suffering

Winfried Meissner Jena University Hospital, Germany

How can we use pain as a quality indicator for health care?

Bart Morlion European Pain Federation EFIC®, Belgium

Implementation of Article 8.5 of the EU directive 2011/24/EU in the EU member states

Tapani Piha European Commission, DG SANTE, Belgium

Implementation of the Cross-Border Healthcare Directive and European Reference Networks

Harald Möhlmann AOK Nordost, Germany

Improving the care of patients with headaches and back pain

Augusto Caraceni National Cancer Institute of Milan, Italy

Incidence and impact of cancer pain

Michael Schenk Center of Integrative Pain Medicine Berlin, Germany

Multimodal pain therapy: reality?

Menno Aarnout International Association of Mutual Benefit Societies (AIM), Belgium

Mutual Benefit Societies & Pain

Christoph Ostgathe European Association of Palliative Care (EAPC), Germany

Pain in palliative care, do we care?

Dame Carol Black Department of Health England & Public Health England, United Kingdom

Pain, rehabilitation and reintegration of workers in the workforce

Ana Sofia Carvalho Catholic University of Portugal, Portugal

SIP 2016: Bio-ethical implications of pain management

Belgium

SIP 2016: Final comments and outlook on SIP 2017

Miroslov Mikolasik MEP, EPP, Slovakia

SIP 2016: How we can work together?

Michiel Reneman University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands

SIP 2016: Pain and workforce

Michael Schäfer Deutsche Schmerzgesellschaft e.V., Germany

SIP 2016: Pain as health care quality indicator in Germany

Hubert Schindler Verband der Ersatzkassen e. V. (VdEK), Germany

SIP 2016: Pain as management indicator for health insurances

Blair H. Smith Scottish Government, United Kingdom

SIP 2016: Pain facts and figures to inform policy

Maria-Jose Vidal Ragout European Commission, DG Research, Belgium

SIP 2016: Pain, research: what can the EU institutions do?

SIP

SIP 2016: Plenary Chair

Takis Hadjigeorgiou MEP, GUE/NGL, Cyprus

SIP 2016: Plenary Chair

Heinz K. Becker MEP, EPP, Austria

SIP 2016: Plenary Session 24 May

Bart Morlion European Pain Federation EFIC®, Belgium

SIP 2016: Plenary Session 24 May

Fernando Cervero McGill University Montreal, United Kingdom

SIP 2016: Plenary Session 24 May

David Harley Burson-Marsteller, United Kingdom

SIP 2016: Plenary Session 24 May

Heather Clarke European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA), Belgium

SIP 2016: Plenary statement

Tit Albreht National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ), Slovenia

SIP 2016: Public Health, CanCon and Pain

Hilda Wieberneit Tolman, Michael Schäfer Pijn Platform Nederland, Deutsche Schmerzgesellschaft e.V., Netherlands

SIP 2016: Reporting back on Working group 1: Pain as a quality indicator for health care

Massimo Allegri, Thomas Tölle, Mauro Mario, Boaz Samolsky Dekel University Parma, Technische Universität München, No pain Foundation, No pain Foundation

SIP 2016: Reporting back on Working group 2: Chronic pain: a disease or symptom?

Marian Nicholson, Antonella Cardone, Marcel Leppée Herpes Viruses Association, Shingles Support Society; The Work Foundation; Andrija Stampar, Institute of Public Health

SIP 2016: Reporting back on Working group 4: Pain, rehabilitation and reintegration of workers in the workforce

Chris Wells EFIC®, United Kingdom

SIP 2016: Roadmap for action

Mary Baker MBE, BA, Hon DSc, United Kingdom

SIP 2016: Start to address the importance of pain

Rolf Detlef-Treede International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), Germany

SIP 2016: Statement and presentation by Rolf Detlef-Treede

Giovanni La Via MEP, EPP, Italy

SIP 2016: Taking forward SIP’s recommendations at EU level

Joop van Griensven Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Netherlands

SIP 2016: The patients story - the need for improved pain care

Alfred Sant MEP, S&D, Malta

SIP 2016: What can the EU do to improve pain care – Maltese Presidency

Alberto Grua Grünenthal, Germany

SIP 2016: Working together to improve pain policy

Andre Ljutow SGSS, Leiter ZSM

Statement by Andre Ljutow

Andreas Sandner Kiesling Medical University of Graz, Austria

Statement by Andreas Sandner Kiesling

Antonella Cardone The Work Foundation, United Kingdom

Statement by Antonella Cardone

Baroness Ilora Finlay of Llandaff House of Lords, United Kingdom

Statement by Baroness Ilora Finlay of Llandaff

Blair H. Smith Scottish Government, United Kingdom

Statement by Blair H. Smith

Boaz Gedaliahu Samolsky Dekel No Pain Foundation, Malta

Statement by Boaz Gedaliahu Samolsky Dekel

David B. Vodušek European Academy of Neurology (EAN), Slovenia

Statement by David B. Vodušek

Donna Walsh European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA), Ireland

Statement by Donna Walsh

Hilda Tolman Pijn Platform Nederland, Netherlands

Statement by Hilda Wieberneit-Tolman

Johnson Martin Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), Chronic Pain Policy Coalition (CPPC), United Kingdom

Statement by Johnson Martin

José Castro-Lopes University of Porto, Portugal

Statement by José Castro-Lopes

Jose Herreros Ortega Spanish Foundation for Health Research (FUINSA), Spain

Statement by Jose Herreros Ortega

Mariano Votta Active Citizenship Network (ACN), Italy

Statement by Mariano Votta

Massimo Allegri University Parma, Italy

Statement by Massimo Allegri

Mauro Mario No Pain Foundation, Malta

Statement by Mauro Mario

Merja Kyllönen Member of the European Parliament (MEP), GUE/NGL, Finland

Statement by Merja Kyllönen

Michael Schäfer Deutsche Schmerz-Gesellschaft e. V., Germany

Statement by Michael Schäfer

Michiel F. Reneman University Medical Center Gronignen, Netherlands

Statement by Michiel F. Reneman

Neil Betteridge Neil Betteridge Associates, United Kingdom

Statement by Neil Betteridge

Nevenka Krcevski-Skvarc European Pain Federation EFIC®, Slovenia

Statement by Nevenka Krcevski-Skvarc

Nicola Caputo Member of European Parliament (MEP), S&D, Italy

Statement by Nicola Caputo

Nicole Bedlington European Patient Forum (EPF), United Kingdom

Statement by Nicole Bedlington

Roberto Casale Habilita, Italy

Statement by Roberto Casale

Sirpa Pietikainen MEP, EPP, Finland

Statement by Sirpa Pietikainen

Thomas Isenberg Deutsche Schmerzgesellschaft e.V, Germany

Statement by Thomas Isenberg

Thomas Tölle Technische Universität München, Germany

Statement by Thomas Tölle

Tit Albreht National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ), Slovenia

Statement by Tit Albreht

Viorica Cursaru Myeloma Euronet Romania, Romania

Statement by Viorica Cursaru

Jose Inacio Faria MEP, ALDE, Portugal

Statement Jose Inacio Faria

Luís Filipe Azevedo University of Porto, Portugal

The economic impact of chronic pain in Portugal

Pamela Bell The Pain Alliance of Northern Ireland (PANI), United Kingdom

The painful truth

Guy Hans Antwerp University Hospital, Belgian Pain Society (BPS), Belgium

The role of pain as indicator in hospital accreditation

Roman Rolke Medical Faculty RWTH Aachen University, Germany

When pain meets palliative care

SIP Europe

National Pain Plan survey 2014

Jose De Andres European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy (ESRA), Spain

European Charter of the Rights of Citizens over 65 with Chronic Pain

SIP National, Malta

Launch of SIP Malta in July 2016!

SIP

1st edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP

2nd edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP

3rd edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP

4th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP

SIP 2016 Abstract & Background Booklet

SIP

SIP 2016: Proceedings

SIP

5th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP

6th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Maltese Presidency of the Council of the EU

Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) – 2017 Symposium

SIP

Structured Co-operation to Tackle the Societal Impact of Pain

SIP

7th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Joop van Griensven Pain Alliance Europe, Belgium

Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Statement from Joop van Griensven

SIP

8th Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Newsletter

Marieke Kroezen, James Buchan, Gilles Dussault, Irene Glinos, Matthias Wismar World Health Organization, Denmark

How can structured cooperation between countries address health workforce challenges related to highly specialized health care?

SIP, Germany

SIP 2017 Abstract & Background

Jeroen Lenaers Group of the European People‘s Party (EPP Group), Netherlands

Endorsing statement on SIP 2017 by Jeroen Lenaers MEP

Heinz Becker Group of the European People‘s Party (EPP Group), Austria

Endorsing statement on SIP 2017 by Heinz Becker MEP

Marian Harkin MEP Ireland

Endorsing Statement on 2017

SIP SIP

9th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Chris Well and Bart Morlion European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

Pan European Network - Article from Chris Wells and Bart Morlion

Joop van Griensven Pain Alliance Europe (PAE), Belgium

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Pete Moore Pain Toolkit, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

SIP

Fact sheet: Structured Cooperation between Health Care Systems Tackling the Societal Impact of Pain

Brian Kennedy, Chris Wells, Joop van Griensven, Mariano Votta Global Alliance for Patient Access (GAfPA), Malta

Can Davids beat the Goliaths

SIP, Malta

Impressions SIP Symposium 2017 - Day 1

Celebration of Red Balloon Campaign

Malta

Pre-Symposium - The Societal Impact of Pain in Malta

Impressions SIP Symposium 2017 - Day 2

Prof. Dr. Michiel Reneman UMCG Center for Rehab., Netherlands

A bird’s eye view of GasTerra

Boaz Gedaliahu Samolsky Dekel No Pain Foundation, Italy

Why is stratified based referral selection in pain-patients relevant for policy makers?

Boriana Goranova European Commission, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, Belgium

Pain and Age-related public expenditure

Monique Steegers, MD, PhD Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands

Pain as health care indicator -national survey and secondary data analysis

Prof. Stephen Bevan Institute for Employment Studies (IES) & Honorary Professor, Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Policy & Pain: Progress?

Laura Fernández Maldonado Fundació Salut i Envelliment de la UAB, Spain

Act before Chronic Pain

Winfried Meissner German Pain Society, Germany

Pain, Patient reported outcomes and policy

Doeke Keizer MD PhD TransCare, Netherlands

GPs in pain? Who Transcare(s)?

Antony Chuter Pain UK, United Kingdom

Life, Living & working in spite of pain

Dr. med. Kristin Kieselbach University of Freiburg, Germany

Networking in pain therapy and health care policy - future options to go

Prof Serge Perrot Collège des enseignants de la douleur, France

What do we expect from policy makers?

Dr. Paul A Cameron University of Dundee, United Kingdom

What can be expected from quality indicators in Pain?

Sarah Copsey European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, United Kingdom

The Contribution of Occupational Safety

Stefan Wirz, PhD, MD German Pain Society, Germany

Cancer, pain, policy

Dr. med. Johannes Wacker Hirslanden Clinic, Switzerland

Pain related patient safety and quality in the perioperative setting

Dr. Tit Albreht CanCon, Slovenia

The role of pain in future cancer policy

Louise Skelly Pain Alliance Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

The Patient & Client Council: Who We Are & What We Do for people in Pain

Prof. Dr Jordi Miró la Unitat per a l’Estudi i Tractament del Dolor- ALGOS de la URV, Spain

Chronic pain in children: policy needs and challenges ahead

Elsa Mateus Portuguese League Against Rheumatic Diseases, Portugal

More participation, for a better health

Dr. David S W Tjong Ideal Standard International, Belgium

Why Should an Employer Care?

André Ljutow Schweizer Paraplegiker Zentrum, Switzerland

Addressing the societal Impact of pain in Switzerland

Pr Françoise Laroche CHU Saint Antoine, France

Psycho-education for chronic pain including cognitive behavioural therapy and exercise

Professor Anthony D Woolf Global Alliance for Musculoskeletal Health, United Kingdom

Musculoskeletal pain: incidence, prevalence and impact on healthy ageing

Civic Prize President of Malta, Malta

Opening speech SIP 2017

Peter Van Wambeke University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium

Workable work for patients with chronic pain: a randomised trial

Professor Patricia Schofield Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom

Do we need policies addressing Pain in the elderly?

H. E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca Presidency of Malta, Malta

SIP 2017 - Award Ceremony

Prof Tony O’Brien European Pain Federation, EFIC®, United Kingdom

EFIC position paper on appropriate opioid use in chronic pain management

Wolfgang Jaksch Austrian Pain Society, Austria

Advocating pain policy

Professor Audun Stubhaug Oslo University Hospital, Norway

Norwegian pain register

Raul Marques Pereira Unidade Local de Saúde do Alto Minho, Portugal

Pain in primary care

Souzi Makri ENFA - Agora, Cyprus

Cooperation: Added value or burden?

Pete Moore Pain Toolkit, United Kingdom

Self-management: first choice, or last resort

Nélia Gouveia Portuguese Society of Rheumatology, Portugal

Prevalence and social burden of active chronic low back pain in the adult Portuguese population: results from a national survey

Robert Johnstone European Patients’ Forum, Spain

Pain policy patient expectations

Axel Drews Grünenthal, Germany

Change Pain & My pain feels like

National Initiatives Malta: Launch of PainToolkit

Andreas Kopf Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany

Education: do we still need it?

Carina Raposo Universidade do Porto, Portugal

School for People with Pain

Liisa Jutila, Miroslav Mikolasik MEP, Richard Muscat, Rolf Detlef Treede, Thomas Tölle Malta

SIP 2017 - Panel Plenary Session I

Ann Taylor Cardiff University School of Medicine, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Dr. Eva Kosek Clinical Pain Research at Karolinska Institute, Sweden

SIP 2017 Presentation

Maurizio Cutolo EULAR, Switzerland

SIP 2017 Presentation

Prof. Thomas R. Tölle Technische Universität München, Germany

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Willem Scholten Medicines and Controlled Substances, Netherlands

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Dr. Rolf-Detlef Treede Heidelberg University, Germany

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

DR Robert Jakob World Healh Organisation, Switzerland

SIP 2017 - Presentation

Prof. Dr.Bart Morlion European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

SIP 2017 - Presentation and Statement

Marlene Mizzi MEP, Roberta Metsola MEP, Takis Hadjigeorgiou MEP, Joop van Griensven, Chris Wells Malta

2017 - Panel Plenary Session II

Gabriel Baertschi Grünenthal Group, Germany

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Marisol Garcia Penalta, Rianne van Boekel Malta

SIP 2017 - WG 1 presentation Plenary Session II

Martin Seychell European Commission DG Health and Food Safety, Belgium

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Frédéric Destrebecq, Pamela Bell, Robert Launois Malta

SIP 2017 - WG 2 presentation Plenary Session II

Alfred Sant MEP, Bart Morlion, Joop van Griensven Malta

SIP 2017 - Panel Plenary Session III

Gertrude A. Buttigieg Malta Health Network, Malta

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Dr. Paloma Casado Spanish Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, Spain

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Dr. Antonella Cardone Fit for Work, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Juan Garcia Burgos European Medicines Agency, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Presentation

Britta Lambers, Saskia Decuman, Julien Nizard Malta

SIP 2017 - WG 3 presentation Plenary Session III

Dr. Rodrigue Deleens University Hospital, France

SIP 2017 - Key Statement & Presentation

Martine Chauvin Association Francophone pour Vaincre les Douleurs (AFVD), France

SIP 2017 - Key Statement & Presentation

Isabelle Macal Association Francophone pour Vaincre les Douleurs, France

SIP 2017 - Key Statement & Presentation

Patrice Forget, Michael Schenk Malta

SIP 2017 - WG 4 presentation Plenary Session III

Dr. Karim Berkouk European Commission, Belgium

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Dr. Elisabetta Vaudano Innovative Medicines Initiative, Belgium

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Malta

SIP 2017, WG2: European and national platforms addressing the societal impact of pain

Malta

SIP 2017, WG3: Impact of pain on labour and employment

Malta

2017, WG4: Challenges, lighthouses and best practices in pain policy

Malta

SIP 2017, WG1: Pain as a quality indicator for health care systems

Societal Impact of Pain, Malta

SIP 2017 Policy Recommendations

Dr. Saskia Decuman National Institute for Health and Disability Insurance, Belgium

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Albrecht Kloepfer Büro für gesundheitspolitische Kommunikation, Germany

German Breakfast Session

Dr Maria-Iris Felice Klaumann German Maltese Medical Society (GMMS), Malta

GMMS Lecture in Palliative Care

Amira Karkin Tais Bosnian Pain Association, Bosnia and Herzegovina

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Mario Grixti Department of Primary Care Malta, Malta

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Marilyn Casha DaVinci Hospital, Malta

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Laura Fernandez Maldonado Health and Aging Foundation UAB, Spain

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Jordi Moya Riera European Multidisciplinary Network in Pain Research and Education, Spain

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. John M. Cachia Ministry for Health, Malta

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Joachim Nadstawek Schmerzzentrum an der Janker Klinik, Germany

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Paul Cameron University of Dundee, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. med. Michael Schenk Pain Clinic Berlin, Germany

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. med. Kristin Kieselbach University of Freiburg, Germany

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Janina Dieber Landeskrankenhaus Hartberg, Austria

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Doeke Keizer Huisartsenpraktijk Het Homeer Transcare-pain, Netherlands

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Christopher Vella Healthcare professional and Bioethicist

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Alfred Sant Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Malta

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Dr. Andre Ljutow Centre for Pain Medicine, Swiss Paraplegic Centre, Switzerland

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Dr. Boaz Gedaliahu Samolsky Dekel No Pain Foundation, Malta

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Brona Fullen University College Dublin, Ireland

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Malta

SIP 2017 - Voices from SIP participants 2017

Carole Robert Fibromyalgie France, France

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Antony Chuter Pain UK, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Andreas Kopf Charité University Medicine, Germany

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Antoinette Calleja Ministry for Health, Malta

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Beverly Collett Chronic Pain Policy Coalition (CPPC), United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Monique Steegers Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Netherlands

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Stefan Wirz CURA-Hospital, Germany

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Wolfgang Jaksch Austrian Pain Society, Austria

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Viorica Cursaru Myeloma Euronet Romania, Romania

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Victoria Massalha Malta Association of Physiotherapists, ER-WCPT, Malta

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Souzi Makri European Network of Fibromyalgia Associations, Cyprus

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Sarah Copsey European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, Spain

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Miroslav Mikolasik Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Slovakia

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Neil Betteridge Neil Betteridge Associates, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Nicola Bedlington European Patients Forum, Belgium

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Dr. Per Kjaersgaard Andersen South Danish University, European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT), Denmark

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Paolo Rossi European Headache Alliance, Italy

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Pascal Garel European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (HOPE), Belgium

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Sam Kynman European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Rianne Van Boekel Universitair Medisch Centrum St Radboud, Netherlands

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Tony O’Brien Cork University Hospital, Ireland

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Tit Albreht National Institute of Public Health, Slovenia

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Anthony Woolf Clinical Research Network South West Peninsula, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Audun Stubhaug Oslo University Hospital, Norway

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Dr. Michiel Reneman University Medical Centre Groningen, Netherlands

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Stephen Bevan The Institute for Employment Studies, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Patrice Forget Belgian Pain Society, Belgium

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Pat Schofield Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Dr. Narinder Rawal Örebro University, Sweden

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Mariano Votta Active Citizenship Network, Italy

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Maria Felice-Klaumann GMMS, Malta

SIP 2017 - Statement

Marian Nicholson Herpes Vires Association and Shingles Support Society, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Prof. Dr. Winfried Meissner Jena University Hospital, Germany

SIP 2017 - Presentation & Statement

Louise Skelly Patient & Client Council, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Marlene Mizzi Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Malta

SIP 2017 - Statement

Roberta Metsola Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Malta

SIP 2017 - Statement

Takis Hadjigeorgiou Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Cyprus

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Chris Wells European Pain Federation EFIC, United Kingdom

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Donna Walsh European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA), Ireland

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Silvana Fanalista No Pain Foundation (President), Malta

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Mauro Mario No Pain Foundation (Secretary General), Malta

SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Malta

Impressions SIP 2017 - All Days

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

10th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP National, Malta

Maltese Pre-Symposium at SIP 2017 Symposium

Germany

Special Edition of Kompass - SIP 2017

Euroepan Pain Federation EFIC, Denmark

Societal Impact of Pain at EFIC Congress 2017

European Pain Federation, Belgium

EFIC® Congress 2017

Denmark

Advocacy Workshop at EFIC congress 2017

Dr. John M. Cachia Commissioner for Mental Health - Malta, Malta

Pain, Mental Health and Work

Malta

SIP 2017 Proceedings now available!

Belgium

Integration of SIP in EU Health Policy Platform

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

11th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Belgium

SIP 2017 Steering Committee Meeting

Serge Perrot SFETD (Société Française d’Étude et de Traitement de la Douleur), France

French White Book on Pain ( Livre Blanc Douleur)

Belgium

Social Impact of Pain (SIP) Expert Group

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

12th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Vittoria Carraro European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

SIP Thematic Network

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

Special edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Vittoria Carraro European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

EFIC pain exams

Rianne van Boekel Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Netherlands

Improving postoperative pain care

Petra Bloms-Funke Grünenthal Group, Germany

What is the IMI2 Pain Group?

Vittoria Carraro Euroepan Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

A new comprehensive publication on chronic pain and how European health systems are tackling it

By Gertrude A. Buttigieg (MHN Chairperson) Malta Health Network, Malta

Malta Health Network Empowers Patients

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

13th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Marijke Eyssen (Coordinator) KCE, Belgium

Low back pain and radicular pain: development of a clinical pathway

Spain

First guide in Spain for the interdisciplinary approach to cancer pain

Veronika Schönhofer-Nellessen, Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Roman Rolke Servicestelle Hospiz für die StädteRegion Aachen, Klinik für Palliativmedizin am Universitätsklinikum Aachen, Germany

107. Aachener Hospizgespräch

Mariano Votta Active Citizenship Network, Belgium

Event: Making Visible The Invisible On Headache Pain

Anca Pop Pain Alliance Europe, Belgium

PAE Survey on Chronic Pain 2017

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

14th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Alexandre Diniz (Executive Coordinator) Directorate-General for Health, Portugal

National Pain Plan in Portugal

Rianne van Boekel Radboud University Medical Center, Netherlands

How to Improve Post-Operative Pain Care?

Paul Baart,Tamara Raaijmakers Dutch Center Work Health, Netherlands

Good examples of work and chronic conditions

Vittoria Carraro European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

SIP position paper on inclusion of pain research in the 9th EU framework program: what´s next?

Vittoria Carraro European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

SIP selected by the European Commission as a Thematic Network 2018

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

15th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP Editorial Team Belgium

Ask the Experts: Pain Nurses in Europe

ALGOS research group, Spain

New pediatric pain research in Spain!

Vittoria Carraro European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

Launch of SIP Thematic Network Program 2018!

Aude Alfonsi Grünenthal Group, France

SIP France goes live!

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

16th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Petra Bloms-Funke Grünenthal Group, Germany

Public-private partnership tackles major challenges in pain care

SFETD, France

Launch of Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) in France

Dr. Gudula Petersen Grünenthal GmbH

European Patient Voice in Gout Survey 2018

Dr. Gudula Petersen Grünenthal GmbH

European Patient Voice in Gout - How to overcome stigma?

Vittoria Carraro European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

SIP Thematic Network Framing Document

Vittoria Carraro European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

SIP Thematic Network Framing Document v2

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

Special Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Joop van Griensven Pain Alliance Europe, Belgium

PAE Survey 2018 on Chronic Pain and Work Life

Anca Pop Pain Alliance Europe, Belgium

Brain Mind and Pain Grant Ceremony 2018

Juan Quintana Cavanillas Grünenthal Group, Spain

SIP Spain goes live!

Souzi Makri ENFA

European Network of Fibromyalgia Associations (ENFA) Conference 2018

SIP Thematic Network

First interactive webinar of the 2018 Thematic Network on SIP

Malta Health Network & No Pain Foundation, Malta

Conference on quality of life and the impact of pain on maltese citizens

Gudula Petersen Grünenthal, Germany

First Meetings for SIP in Portugal

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

17th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

European Federation of Neurological Associations, Belgium

EFNA survey of young Europeans with neurological conditions

EFIC, Grünenthal

11th edition of the EFIC-Grünenthal Grant (E-G-G) in 2018

EFIC

EFIC highlight SIP project at 17th World Congress on Pain

SIP Thematic Network - Pain as a Factor in Employment

SIP Thematic Network

SIP Thematic Network - Pain as a Health Quality Indicator

SIP Thematic Network - Research on Pain

SIP Thematic Network - Pain Education of Healthcare Professional, Patients and Society

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

18th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

Special Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP Thematic Network, Belgium

Second interactive webinar of the 2018 Thematic Network on SIP

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

Special Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP Partners SIP Platform, Belgium

SIP 2018 Steering Committee Meeting

SIP, Portugal

SIP Portugal Update 2018

SIP National, France

SIP France mobilized at the French Ministry of Health!

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

19th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP, Belgium

Updates SIP Belgium Oktober 2018

SIP, Malta

Updates SIP Malta Oktober 2018

SIP, Spain

Updates SIP Spain Oktober 2018

SIP, France

Updates SIP France Oktober 2018

Gertrude A. Buttigieg Malta Health Network, Malta

Video about Quality of life and the impact of pain on Maltese citizens

Schmerzgesellschaft, Germany

Policy and Advocacy Activities on Pain in Germany

European Commission, Belgium

EU Health Policy Platform Annual Meeting

OECD, European Commission

Health at a Glance: Europe 2018 Report

Presentation of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Thematic Network on European Public Health (EPH) Conference 2018

Juan Ignacio Quintana Grünenthal, Spain

First SIP Spain Forum hosted in the Spanish Ministry of Health in Madrid

Tadeusz Hawrot SIP National, Portugal

SIP Portugal Meeting to define Mission and Objectives

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

20th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Austria

Vienna Pain Report 2018

IASP

Pilot field testing of the chronic pain classification for ICD-11: the results of ecological coding

Netherlands

Taking an action together against chronic pain

Vittoria Carraro, Anca Pop SIP Thematic Network

EU Health Policy Platform: Closing of 2018 Thematic Networks - What's next?

SIP Europe

10th Anniversary of Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) – What´s happening this year?

Spain

Fantastic work of SIP national platforms – sharing best practices

John F. Ryan (Director Public Health, Country Knowledge and Crisis Management) European Commission

Feedback from European Commission about SIP Thematic Network

Ingrid Keller (Chronic Disease and Health Programme Unit at the European Commission) European Commission, Belgium

Interview with Ingrid Keller about the relevance of the Thematic Network Program

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

21st edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Aude Alfonsi SIP France, France

Report from SIP France Round Table meeting

SIP Collaboration with CHRODIS+

Belgium

Social Impact of Pain (SIP) Stakeholder Group

SIP France, France

Pain management in children with cancer is now a priority in French law

Camilla Randazzo SIP Europe, Belgium

Fighting discrimination at work for people with chronic pain conditions

Brona Fullen EFIC, Ireland

Multi-disciplinary pain management is essential for managing patients with pain

Joop van Griensven PAE, Belgium

How a European approach gives the best results for chronic pain patients

SIP National, Portugal

SIP Portugal meets companies to address impact of pain on employment

Gudula Petersen Grünenthal, Germany

10th Anniversary of Societal Impact of Pain

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

22nd edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

PA!N, Netherlands

PA!N political round table meeting about pain

Malta

SIP Europe and SIP Portugal featured in Madeira

Camilla Randazzo

SIP congratulates Brain, Mind & Pain on the new Book of Evidence released for the 2019-2024 mandate

Vittoria Carraro, Anca Pop EFIC, PAE, Belgium

SIP Thematic Network 2018 - Joint Statement

SIP National, Finland

SIP Finland kick-off meeting

SIP, Portugal

Patient associations and scientific societies in Portugal signed a joint statement on pain and employment

Pain Alliance Europe

Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) at Chrodis Plus Conference in Budapest

SIP Europe, Belgium

Making the voice of all addressing the societal impact of pain heard in the next European Parliament

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

23rd edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Daniela Quaggia Active Citizenship Network, Italy

2nd edition of EU Civic Prize on Chronic Pain

SIP National, Portugal

SIP Portugal organises dialogues on the employability of people with chronic pain

SIP National, Spain

SIP Spain with poster presentation at the Spanish Congress of Rheumatology (SED)

The SIP-Team Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

Special edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

European Commission

Proposed Horizon 2020 budget 6.4 percent higher than 2019

Malta Health Network, Malta

President of Malta recognizes MHN projects on Chronic Pain

White Book for the worldwide promotion of palliative care

Anca Pop Pain Alliance Europe

Call for Proposals - Brain, Mind, and Pain (BMP) Patient-Centred Innovation Grant 2019-2020

Gudula Petersen SIP Partners, Belgium

How to build SIP national platforms?

EFIC, SIP, Spain

Presentation of SIP National at EFIC congress 2019

Petra Bloms-Funke

What has happened since IMI Pain Care was launched?

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

24th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Dr. Boaz Samolsky Dekel No Pain Foundation, Malta

Dr. Boaz Samolsky Dekel - Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) General Assembly

SIP National, Portugal

Joint Declaration of the Platform for the Social Impact of Pain in Portugal - Recommendations for Action

Catherine van Riel Galicia Rheumatological League, Spain

Chronic Pain - Invisible from the outside

Joop van Griensven Pain Alliance Europe, Belgium

Interview with Joop van Griensven about SIP achievements in the past 10 years

SIP@EFIC Programme

Maria Soledad Garcia Penalta Pain Alliance Europe, Belgium

Increasing visibility of chronic pain is one of the main future challenges

Vittoria Carraro, Anca Pop EFIC, PAE, Belgium

SIP Thematic Network 2018 - Joint Statement now available in several languages

Francoise Thomas French Association Against Pain, France

Francoise Thomas reports from the lack of qualified physicians to treat chronic pain

SIP National, Belgium

SIP Belgium has released a national SIP Joint Statement

Aude Alfonsi SIP National, France

SIP France round table in Lyon

Gunilla Göran Swedish Rheumatism Association, Sweden

Gunilla Göran - The importance of multistakeholder platforms for pain patients

Ingeborg Audier Fibromyalgia NL, Netherlands

Ingeborg Audier - Multistakeholder cooperation is the key to better treatment

Liisa Jutila Finnish Pain Association, Finland

Liisa Jutila - Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) General Assembly

Prof. William Raffaeli ISAL, Italy

Prof. William Raffaeli - The importance of including chronic pain management in European guidelines

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

Special edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

sip

How to build powerful SIP National Platforms?

EFIC, SIP, Spain

Presentation of SIP highlights and achievements at EFIC congress 2019

EFIC, SIP, Spain

Presentation of ICD-11 and ICF at EFIC congress 2019

Vittoria Carraro, Gudula Petersen EFIC, SIP, Spain

SIP National meet at EFIC congress 2019

EFIC, PAE, Spain

Societal Impact of Pain - Changing pain medicine through political action

SIP@EFIC Impressions

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

25th edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP Partners

Save the date: SIP 2019 Symposium on November 7 in Brussels

Do you want to know more about the ICD-11?

Do you want to know more about the ICF?

SIP@EFIC - Interview with Dr. Andreas Kopf

SIP@EFIC - Interview with Dr. Emma Briggs

Lars Arendt-Nielsen Spain

SIP@EFIC - Interview with Lars Arendt-Nielsen

SIP National, Portugal

SIP Portugal Launch Event

Dr. Paul Cameron NHS, Spain

Interview with Paul Cameron at EFIC 2019 about achievements of SIP

Sociedad Española del Dolor (SED), Spain

Celebration of World Pain Day in Spain

Nevenka Krčevski Škvarč SIP National, Slovenia

SIP Slovenia National Event

Kaisa Hirn SIP National, Finland

SIP Finland first seminar

Deirdre Ryan Spain

SIP@EFIC - Interview with Deirdre Ryan

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

26th Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP Europe

SIP Toolkit - How to establish and successfully manage SIP national platforms (NP)?

SIP Europe

SIP 2019 Abstract & Background Booklet

Joop van Griensven SIP Europe

SIP@EFIC - Interview with Joop van Griensven

SIP Europe

SIP@EFIC - Interview with Marian Nicholson

SIP Platform, Belgium

Live stream

Alfred Sant European Parliament, Belgium

Keynote speech - The future of pain on the political agenda in Europe

Saskia Decuman, Frans Van de Perck, Steven Brabant, Eline Bruneel, Bart Morlion SIP National, Belgium

Experiences from a SIP National Platform in Belgium - Poster presentation at SIP 2019

SIP National, Finland

Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) taking its first steps in Finland - Poster presentation at SIP 2019

Gisele Pickering, Frederic Aubrun, Serge Perrot, Franck Telmon, Francoise Alliot Launois, Aude Alfonsi SIP National, France

Experiences from a SIP National Platform in France - Poster presentation at SIP 2019

Gertrude Buttigieg, Christine Baluci, Mario Grixti, Christopher Vella SIP National, Malta

Experiences from a SIP National Platform in Malta - Poster presentation at SIP 2019

Ana Pedro, Maria Teresa Flor-de-Lima, Rita Tinoco SIP National, Portugal

Experiences from a SIP National Platform in Portugal - Poster presentation at SIP 2019

Nevenka Krcevski Škvarc, Gorazd Požlep, Božena Jerkovic Parac, Mateja Kržan SIP National, Slovenia

Experiences from a SIP National Platform in Slovenia - Poster presentation at SIP 2019

Juan Pérez Cajaraville, Maria Soledad García, César Margarit Ferri SIP National, Spain

Experiences from a SIP National Platform in Spain - Poster presentation at SIP 2019

R.L.M. van Boekel, K.C.P. Vissers PA!N, Netherlands

The Pain Alliance in the Netherlands; the way forward! - poster presentation at SIP 2019

Roland Pochet, François Mauguière, Jose-Luis Trejo, Pavle Andjus, Fréderic Destrebecq European Brain Council (EBC)

The role of National Brain Councils (NBCs) - Poster presentation at SIP 2019

SIP 2019: Marketplace

Pain Alliance Europe

Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) workshop on Pain&Stigma

SIP Europe

ICD-11 and ICF workshop in Brussels

Active Citizenship Network

Award Ceremony for European Civic Prize on chronic pain

SIP Partners

SIP 2019: Introductory remarks

Vittoria Carraro, Paul Cameron, Deirdre Ryan

SIP 2019: European survey on national pain plans

Martin Seychell, Brona Fullen

SIP 2019: SIP Thematic Network Program 2018

Gertrude A. Buttigieg, Marian Nicholson, Elisabetta Vaudano, Petra Bloms-Funke, Monica Ensini, Thomas Tölle

SIP 2019: Pain research – Joint Statement implementation

Emma Briggs, Gisele Pickering, Roberta Metsola, Usman Khan

SIP 2019: Pain education – Joint Statement implementation

SIP National

SIP 2019: Poster presentation – SIP National

Belgium

SIP 2019: Poster presentation – SIP related initiatives

Joachim Brites, Saskia Decuman, Elsa Frazão Mateus, Sarah Copsey

SIP 2019: Pain & Employment – Joint Statement implementation

Ulrich Vogel, Cesar Margarit, Rolf-Detlef Treede, Santiago Calvos-Ramos, Ioana-Maria Gligor

SIP 2019: Pain as a Health Quality Indicator – Joint Statement implementation

Thomas Isenberg, Deirdre Ryan, Thomas Tölle, Monica Ensini

SIP 2019: The future of pain on the political agenda in Europe

Bart Morlion

SIP 2019: Wrap up and next steps

Finnish Pain Association, Finland

First Seminar to launch SIP Finland

Bart Morlion

Video Statement of Bart Morlion - SIP 2019

Brona Fullen European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

Video Statement of Brona Fullen - SIP 2019

Liisa Jutila Pain Alliance Europe PAE, Belgium

Video Statement of Liisa Jutila - SIP 2019

Mariano Votta Active Citizenship Network, Belgium

Video Statement of Mariano Votta - SIP 2019

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

27th Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Usman Khan European Patient Forum

Video Statement of Usman Khan - SIP 2019

Monica Ensini European Commission, DG Research

Video Statement of Monica Ensini - SIP 2019

Joke Jaarsma

Video Statement of Joke Jaarsma - SIP 2019

Horizon Magazine European Commission

Why do people develop chronic pain?

Petra Bloms-Funke

Video Statement of Petra Bloms-Funke - SIP 2019

Santiago Calvos-Ramos European Commission DG ECFIN

Video Statement of Santiago Calvos-Ramos - SIP 2019

Gertrude Buttigieg Malta Health Network, Malta

SIP Malta Workshop January 2020

Elisabetta Vaudano

Video Statement of Elisabetta Vaudano - SIP 2019

Joanne o´Brian, Deirdre Ryan SIP Ireland, Ireland

Impact of Chronic Pain in Ireland Video

Gertrude A. Buttigieg

Video Statement of Gertrude A. Buttigieg - SIP 2019

Nevenka Krčevski Škvarč Slovenia

Video Statement of Nevenka Krčevski Škvarč - SIP 2019

Martin Rakuša European Academy of Neurology, Slovenia

Video Statement of Prof. Dr. Martin Rakuša - SIP 2019

SIP National, Spain

SIP Spain Steering Committee meeting at SIP 2019

SIP National, Belgium

SIP Belgium Steering Committee meeting at SIP 2019

SIP Europe

SIP 2019 Proceedings now available!

Brain, Mind and Pain Grant

Application to the 2nd edition of the BMP Grant "STOP Stigma" closed!

SIP Europe

Join the SIP Endorser community!

European Commission, Belgium

Europes' Beating Cancer Plan

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

28th Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

International Association for the Study of Pain - IASP

IASP - 2020 Global Year for the Prevention of Pain

European Federation of Neurological Associations EFNA

Report from meeting: Brain Health as a Global Priority – time for the EU to act now

SIP National

SIP National - from European recommendations to national implementations

MEP Jeroen Lenaers European Parliament, Belgium

Stigma and chronic pain - article from MEP Jeroen Lenaers

Elena Ruiz Perez EMHA, Belgium

International Cluster Headache Day 2020

SIP Europe

SIP response to Europes' Beating Cancer Plan

PA!N PA!N Netherlands, Netherlands

PA!N supports new care standard for chronic pain in the Netherlands

Pain Alliance Europe PAE

Pain Alliance Europe Survey 2020 on use of e-health and m-health

IASP

Incorporating the Lived Experience of Pain into the Study of Pain

Check the updates about SIP-related events in the calendar

Vittoria Carraro EFIC, Belgium

SIP Survey - European Road Map Monitor 2019

Pain News Network

Chronic Pain Patients ‘Hanging on by a Thread’ During Coronavirus Lockdown

European road map monitor 2019 - national pain plans

Mariana Branco Pain Alliance Europe, Belgium

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

Brain, Mind and Pain Grant

Who are the winners of the 2nd Brain Mind and Pain Grant “Stop Stigma”?

European Commission

A new EU4 Health Programme to address key challenges for health systems

SIP Europe, Belgium

Bringing pain policy to the next decade - new SIP model

Prof. Bart Morlion Multidisciplinary Pain Centre of the University of Leuven, Belgium

29th Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

SIP Europe

Publication of the Landmark Study ‘Strengthening Europe in the fight against cancer: Going further, faster’

SIP Europe

Meet the Societal Impact of Pain team!

SIP Finland

Marja Kinnunen as deputy for Public Health Advisory Board

IASP revised definition of Pain

Analysis of case studies on working with chronic musculoskeletal disorders

Pain Alliance Europe presents its poster on “Chronic Pain and Stigma across Europe” at the WIP Congress!

European Semester 2020: country-specific recommendations adopted

The Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) - European Road Map Monitor 2019 poster selected for presentation in the IASP Virtual Poster Gallery!

Pain Alliance Europe

Hear from one of the winners of the BMP Grant 2020: #RompeConElDolor project

Pain Alliance Europe worked for the Managing Pain campaign

The European Pain Federation is supporting the 2020 Managing Pain Campaign

The European Pain Federation welcomes Brona Fullen as the new President

SIP National, Portugal

SIP National Portugal: webinar to celebrate the National Day Against Pain

SIP National

SIP National Platform Call: 25 September 2020

Pain Alliance Europe

Hear from one of the winners of the BMP Grant 2020: StigmApp

SIP presents its Cancer Position Paper

Brona Fullen European Pain Federation EFIC, Belgium

30th Edition of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) newsletter

Belgium

EFNA Advocacy Awards 2021 - "Action Against Stigma"

Pain Alliance Europe

Hear from one of the winners of the BMP Grant 2020: ASpida

SIP National

The SIP National Platform call took place on 25th September 2020

SIP National

MEP Interest Group on Brain, Mind and Pain virtual meeting: 10 November 2020

Alberto Antonacci European Pain Federation

EFIC "On The Move" campaign: new material available

SIP meets virtually with the Office of MEP Irena Joveva

Virtual meeting with the Office of MEP Roberta Metsola

Pain Alliance Europe

Read about the results of the PAE’s chronic pain survey on e-health and m-health!

European Code of Cancer Practice

SIP Europe receives award from the Spanish Pain Society

SIP Stakeholder Forum meeting will take place on 28th October 2020

Alberto Antonacci

EU-OSHA launched the Healthy Workplaces Campaign 2020-2022

SIP Europe

SIP meets virtually with the Office of MEP Alfred Sant

SIP Europe

The SIP Stakeholder Forum took place on 28 October 2020

SIP Europe

The next SIP National Platform meeting will take place on the 26th November 2020

SIP Europe

SIP met virtually with the Office of MEP Dolors Montserrat

Alberto Antonacci

SIP met virtually with the Office of MEP Susana Solís Pérez

Alberto Antonacci

SIP met virtually with the Office of MEP Sirpa Pietikäinen

Prof Patrice Forget appointed Chair of SIP

SIP response to the EXPH Draft Opinion on the organisation of resilient health and social care following the COVID-19 pandemic

PAE Survey on how Europe’s chronic pain patients are affected by the pandemic

The SIP National Platform meeting took place virtually on 26th November 2020

CHRODIS Plus WP 8: Workbox on employment & chronic diseases

SIP response to the implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights

The inaugural SIP platform meeting in Switzerland took place!

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