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SIP Thematic Network 2018 - Joint Statement now available in several languages

Vittoria Carraro, Anca Pop – EFIC, PAE, Belgium

The SIP Joint Statement is now available in several languages!

If your organisation has not endorsed yet, do not worry! You can still endorse a joint statement by contacting vittoria.carraro@efic.org or a.pop@pae-eu.eu. Endorsements indicate that your organisation agrees with the general lines of the joint statement, that you would like this policy area to be further developed, and that you would be open to further collaboration on this joint statement.

After closing of the Thematic Network Program 2018 on January 31st, Societal Impact of Pain has been transformed into a Stakeholder network group. Future collaboration will take place through these stakeholders' networks in the EU Health Policy Platform (EU HPP).

Attached are the final Joint Statement and the related Framing Paper of the SIP Thematic Network which have been presented to the European Commission on November 12th 2018.

The Joint Statement focuses on four areas:

The SIP infographic is now available in several languages. More versions in Dutch, French, Portuguese and Finnish are in preparation and will be filed here as well soon.

 

More information on the SIP Thematic Network:

- Video of the first, second and closing Webinar;

- Interview with Ingrid Keller (Chronic Disease and Health Programme Unit at the European Commission);

- Feedback from John F. Ryan (Director Public Health, Country Knowledge and Crisi Management at the EU Commission)

 

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