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

Francoise Thomas – French Association Against Pain, France

The lack of qualified physicians to treat chronic pain is a challenge on which the SIP platform also focuses. Over the next 10 years, Francoise Thomas from the French Association Against Pain and a member of Pain Alliance Europe is hoping for more physicians to be properly educated about chronic pain to help more patients lead a life without pain.

Read more about Pain Education on this website:

- SIP Thematic Network 2018: Pain education on healthcare proffesional, patients and society

- Joint Declaration of SIP Portugal: Employment and Education

- SIP 2017, Working Group 1: Andreas Kopf - Education: Do we still need it?

- National initiatives United Kingdom: Better education on pain management - press release

- SIP 2012, Working Group 4: Kris Vissers - Education and research Programmes on pain management in EU

- SIP 2012, Working Group 4: Begoña García Cepeda - Education in pain

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