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SIP met virtually with the office of MEP Margarita de la Pisa Carrión

Alberto Antonacci

On the 9th of December 2020, the SIP team had the chance to meet virtually with the Office of MEP Margarita de la Pisa Carrión (ECR, Spain). In addition to MEP Carrión and the SIP team, the meeting was also attended by María Luz Padilla del Rey (SIP España).

The SIP team used this opportunity to speak about:

  • SIPs long-term priorities
  • SIPs 2020-21 Policy Priorities (cancer pain policies, employment / social integration of pain patients, and pain and digital medicine), and
  • Specifically the SIP Cancer Pain Policy Paper key facts and key recommendations


The SIP team thanked MEP Carrión for her interest in SIP and for the opportunity to collaborate in 2021, for example, on texts being developed within the BECA committee.

SIP looks forward to continued dialogue and collaboration with the Office of MEP Carrión.

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