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SIP Platform, Belgium

3,2,1…Get ready!

The 10-year anniversary SIP Symposium “Bringing pain policy to the next decade” is fast approaching. Start packing your bags and join us in Brussels on November 7th along with policy makers, patients, health care practitioners and experts to:

  1. Work towards the implementation of the SIP Joint Statement recommendations produced under the Thematic Network Program 2018, considering the new European political landscape and what it means for SIP
  2. Strengthen existing SIP national platforms while laying the foundation for new ones
  3. Bring national and international stakeholders together to connect and create synergies

Can’t make it? The sessions will be live streamed on our website! You can follow these sessions from anywhere around the world:

Morning (9:00 – 12:00)

  • SIP 10th Anniversary: past, present and future
  • European Survey on National Pain Plans: results and implications
  • Pain Research - SIP Joint Statement implementation
  • Pain Education - SIP Joint Statement implementation

12:00 - 14:00 Lunch break – Live stream is suspended

Afternoon (14:00 – 17:00)

  • Pain and Employment - SIP Joint Statement implementation
  • Pain as a Health Quality Indicator - SIP Joint Statement implementation
  • Pain on the Political agenda after the European Elections
  • Wrap up and next steps

Registration for this exciting event in Brussels is now closed, but you may ask to be on the waiting list in case we receive any cancelations.

Don´t worry if you cannot join - the sessions will be live streamed on the SIP website as well


See our detailed programme for more information.

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