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3rd Societal Impact of Pain Symposium

Save the date for SIP 2012: 29-31 May 2012

3rd Societal Impact of Pain symposium to take place in Copenhagen

Following the great success from SIP 2011 in the EU Parliament/Brussels, the mission of the European Platform "Societal Impact of Pain" for an improved pain care in Europe is continuing: This year the 3rd European SIP symposium will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark. Please block your calender from Tuesday, 29 May - Thursday, 31 May.

The SIP 2012 symposium takes place under the high patronage of the Italian Prime Minister. The symposium is hosted by the Danish Association for Chronic Pain Patients (FAKS). The scientific framework of SIP 2012 is under the responsibility of the European Federation of IASP® Chapters (EFIC®). The pharmaceutical company Grünenthal GmbH is responsible for funding and non-financial support (e.g. logistical support). The scientific aims of the SIP 2012 symposium have been endorsed by a large number of pain advocacy and scientific organisations.

Please read the official SIP 2012 invitation letter from the European Federation of IASP® Chapters (EFIC®), signed by Professor Hans-Georg Kress, President of EFIC®.

For your further information, please have a look at the SIP 2012 Announcement flyer including a short overview of the symposium's contents and preliminary draft programme.

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