SIP Finland

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

An exciting event will take place on November 29th in Helsinki, Finland, just after the SIP Symposium. The new SIP National platform will host ist first Seminar with their local SIP Partners - Finnish Pain Association, Finnish Musculoskeletal Association and Finnish Association for the Study of Pain. 

SIP Finland first seminar

An exciting event will take place on November 29th in Helsinki, Finland, just after the SIP Symposium. The new SIP National platform will host ist fir…

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On 26 April representatives of SIP Europe, national stakeholders and members of the SIP Partners at national level met to build on the existing collaboration among pain healthcare professionals and patient groups active in Finland and to discuss first steps create a Finnish SIP national platform and the next steps in the process of pursuing common pain policies in Finland.

SIP Finland kick-off meeting

On 26 April representatives of SIP Europe, national stakeholders and members of the SIP Partners at national level met to build on the existing collab…

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On 29th March the Finnish Pain Association, the Finnish Musculoskeletal Association and the Finnish Study of Pain organised a debate with the candidates of the upcoming election for the Finnish Parliament.The Meeting was organised at the Little Parliament and hosted by MFP Sari Sarkomaa. Special guest MEP Sirpa Pietikäinen opened the Event.
Six candidates from different parties attended  event where following topics were discussed in a spirit of how to bring pain on the political agenda in the months of the National and European elections and afterwards. 

relevance of ICD11 for pain
rehabilitation of pain patients
petitions for pain treatment and education
need of legislation and decisions for part-time workers suffering from chronic pain

The panel discussions were streamed live on the Facebook page of the association. 
 

 
 

Meeting of the Finnish Pain Association with politicians

On 29th March the Finnish Pain Association, the Finnish Musculoskeletal Association and the Finnish Study of Pain organised a debate with t…

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Short Info

On 26 April, national members of the SIP Partners and other stakeholders came together to kick off a SIP national platform in Finland and to define the priorities for 2019.

Contact

HCPs Contact:
Helena Miranda

Patients Contact:
Liisa Jutila

Grünenthal Contact:
Gudula Petersen

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