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SIP 2017 - Key Statement

Dr. Jordi Moya Riera – European Multidisciplinary Network in Pain Research and Education, Spain

SIP 2017 - Key Statement
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"Treating pain, alleviating suffering, improving the quality of life of patients"


Dr. Jordi Moya Riera
Director
European Multidisciplinary Network in Pain Research and Education

  • Bachelor of Medidne and Surgery (1989), University of Oviedo (Asturias)
  • Specialist in Anesthesiology, Resuscitation and Pain Therapy (1995), University Hospital of Canarias (Tenerife)
  • PhD of Medidne and Surgery (1994), Faculty of Medidne, University of La Laguna (Tenerife). Master in Underwater and Hyperbaric Medidne (1998). University of Barcelona
  • Medical Assistant Department of Anesthesiology, Resuscitation and Pain Therapy of the Virgen de Monte Toro Hospital, Menorca (1995-2006)
  • Head of Pain Unit of the Mateu Orfila Hospital (2007), Mahon (Menorca)
  • Obtaining permanent position in the Spanish Public System of Health (2005)
  • Medical Director of the Clinical Institute of Pain in Menorca (1998)
  • Office-Based Anesthesia in Odontology in Menorca (1998)
  • Head of Anesthesiology, Resuscitation and Pain Therapy at the Menorca Clinic and Virgen de Gracia Polyclinic (since 2005)
  • Founder of the Association Against Pain: SINE DOLORE (2004)
  • Director of Multidisciplinary Mediterranean Pain Forum since 2006
  • Director of European Multidisciplinary Pain Meeting since 2011
  • Member of the International Spine Intervention Society (ISIS) (since 2001)
  • International School Sine Dolore for Pain patients and relatives Director
  • SINE DOLORE WORLD PARK Director since 2015
  • Publication, articles, communications and presentations at European and international scientific meetings
  • Publication of Adamic Books:
    • “MEDITERRANEAN MULTIDISCIPLINARY FORUYM AGAINST PAIN”. 2009
    • “A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO PAIN”. 2010
    • “LEX ARTIS IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN” 2011
    • “LEX ARTIS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY PAIN MANAGEMENT” 2012
    • “GUIDELINES IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY PAIN MANAGEMENT” 2013
    • “UP DATE IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY PAIN MANAGEMENT” 2014
    • “HOT TOPICS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY PAIN MANAGEMENT 2015”
    • “Latest developments in multidisciplinary pain management” 2016
    • Director of the Sine Dolore Research Chair of EFHRE Interenational University (EIU)
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