Sip Denmark

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

On 25 October the Danish Government published the distribution of future public funding in the health care sector: 67 million DKK (9 million €) have been earmarked for the pain area between 2013-2016.

Danish Government funds 67 million DKK for pain management

On 25 October the Danish Government published the distribution of future public funding in the health care sector: 67 million DKK (9 million €) have b…

To obtain epidemiological data on chronic pain in Denmark and Sweden, a literature review of epidemiological data on primarily chronic non-cancer pain was conducted. The report is written by Julie Harker et al in February 2012 and has been published by the Hindawi Publishing Corporation. The report can also be found below.
Full Report

Epidemiology of Chronic Pain in Denmark & Sweden

To obtain epidemiological data on chronic pain in Denmark and Sweden, a literature review of epidemiological data on primarily chronic non-cancer pain…

The report "Socio-economic Consequences of Pain-Intensive Diseases in Denmark", was published in Denmark, December 2011 by the Danish Institute for Health Services Research.

Report by DK Institute for Health Services Research

The report "Socio-economic Consequences of Pain-Intensive Diseases in Denmark", was published in Denmark, December 2011 by the Danish Institute for He…

The final report of the Danish Fact Book on Pain "Socio-economic Consequences of Pain-Intensive Diseases in Denmark" by Jan Christensen, Lone Bild og Anders Gustavsson was published on 7 December 2011.
On the website of the Dansk Sundhedsinstitut (Danish Health Institute) you will get to the Fact Book abstract.

Danish Fact Book on Pain

The final report of the Danish Fact Book on Pain "Socio-economic Consequences of Pain-Intensive Diseases in Denmark" by Jan Christensen, Lone Bild og …

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