Sip Austria

In this section, national initiatives which have been set up in Austria can be found. 

On the 3rd December 2012, an expert panel discussion on "Chronic pain as a major cause of absenteeism and early retirement" took place in Vienna. Besides Federal Minister Hundstorfer, many different experts in the fields of Politics, medicine, nursing, economics and pharmaceutical industries participated.

Basis for Austrian “Road Map for Action” established

On the 3rd December 2012, an expert panel discussion on "Chronic pain as a major cause of absenteeism and early retirement" took place in Vienna. Besi…

On the 24th October 2012 the EURAG Austria (European Federation for the Welfare of the Elderly) and 12 SHGs (support groups) assembled for the first time in the the "Institute for Ethics and Law in Medicine", Austria, to put European politicians under pressure to attain a raised awareness that pain needs to be considered as a disease on its own rights.

Alliance for Chronic Pain Austria

On the 24th October 2012 the EURAG Austria (European Federation for the Welfare of the Elderly) and 12 SHGs (support groups) assembled for the first t…

The German Pain Society (Deutsche Schmerzgesellschaft e.V.) released an overview of the Austrian outpatient management in their publication organ "Der Schmerz". It is published by the "Springer Verlag" and written by four co-authors; E. Krahulec, L.J. Schmidt, W. Habacher and H. Kratzer.

Publication "Chronic Pain"

The German Pain Society (Deutsche Schmerzgesellschaft e.V.) released an overview of the Austrian outpatient management in their publication organ "Der…

Press Release from 14 December 2011 (in German language) from the first Steering Committee meeting, which took place in Vienna on 25 November 2011. The seven policy dimensions of the "Road Map for Action", which were developed by the European, multi-stakeholder platform "societal Impact of Pain" (SIP), will be implemented in Austria.

First Austrian SIP Steering Committee

Press Release from 14 December 2011 (in German language) from the first Steering Committee meeting, which took place in Vienna on 25 November 2011. Th…

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Many projects and initiatives were conducted in Austria by patient organisations, HCP-organisations and governmental institutions.

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