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

SIP, Portugal

In March, 11 patient associations and scientific societies signed a joint statement recommending the urgent implementation of measures to promote the employability of people with pain.

Following articles present additional information on this topic "Pain & Employment":

- SIP collaboration with CHRODIS+;

- SIP Thematic Network: Pain as a factor in employment;

- Report from PAE's survey 2018 on chronic pain and work;

- SIP Portugal meeting with employers to address the impact of pain on employment;

- Meeting of Interest Group on Brain, Mind and Pain "Fighting discrimination at work for people with chronic pain conditions"

- SIP 2017, Working Group 3: Impact of pain on labour and employment

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