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Second interactive webinar of the 2018 Thematic Network on SIP

SIP Thematic Network, Belgium

The Thematic Network on SIP held its second webinar dedicated to discuss the The Societal Impact of Pain – our joint challenge to tackle’ on 4 October 2018.

After the introductory remarks by Ingrid Keller, Policy Coordinator - Health Programme and Chronic Diseases Unit, DG SANTE, European Commission; Vittoria Carraro, External Relations Manager - European Pain Federation (EFIC) and Anca Pop, Project Support - Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) presented the fifth draft version of the Framing Paper on Societal Impact of Pain focusing on health indicators, employment, research, education and the Joint Statement putting forward the key recommendations to policy-makers and stakeholders.

Following the feedback received, SIP will further develop the Framing Paper and the Joint Statement encouraging potential further endorsers to join this process. The final version of these documents will be officially presented at the EU Health Policy Platform annual meeting on 12 November 2018 in Brussels.

More information about the Thematic Network can be found here:

- The presentation and the full report from the second webinar.

- The webinar can be watched again here.

- The first webinar of the Thematic Network programm.

- The current version of the Joint Statement and the Framing Paper.

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