Sip Malta

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

Malta Health Network (MHN) board was honored to meet HE Dr. George Vella, President of Malta. HE Dr Vella was very interested to know about the work MHN has carried out over the past years including starting the awareness on Patients' Rights.
He encouraged MHN to keep working on Patient empowerment and improving patient-professional collaboration. He was also interested in the projects MHN has carried out including research and awareness on Chronic Pain, and SIP Malta where he recommended that education on such subjects should start from an early age. Information about other initiatives of MHN including participation in prevention campaigns such as vaccination and environmental impact on health and educating patients through the EUPATI project were also discussed.
HE Dr. Vella explained that, as he had mentioned in his first speech as President, he wants to give importance to matters related to patients during his Presidency and looked forward to further collaboration with MHN.

President of Malta recognizes MHN projects on Chronic Pain

Malta Health Network (MHN) board was honored to meet HE Dr. George Vella, President of Malta. HE Dr Vella was very interested to know about the work M…

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The Proceedings booklet from the conference last year is now available! 

The Impact of Pain on Maltese citizens

The Proceedings booklet from the conference last year is now available! 

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Representatives from countries with SIP related activities and national platforms provided an update on their activities and policy developments in Brussels on the 25th of Oktober. SIP Malta, established in 2016, shared their objectives in a presentation (attached).

Updates SIP Malta October 2018

Representatives from countries with SIP related activities and national platforms provided an update on their activities and policy developments in Br…

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In 2017, national organisations Malta Health Network (MHN) and No Pain Foundation (NPF) with the support of SIP Malta started a Research Project to provide data on the extent of chronic pain in Malta and the impact on the day-to-day activities of affected individuals, including social and economic repercussions.

Video about Quality of life and the impact of pain on Maltes…

In 2017, national organisations Malta Health Network (MHN) and No Pain Foundation (NPF) with the support of SIP Malta started a Researc…

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The conference was held on the 18th of April to present and discuss in three panel sessions the results of a pain research project which was carried out by the Malta Health Network (MHN) and No Pain Foundation (NPF).

Conference on quality of life and the impact of pain on Malt…

The conference was held on the 18th of April to present and discuss in three panel sessions the results of a pain research project which was carr…

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Short Info

SIP Malta was launched in July 2016 at a kick-off meeting with the main goal to establish a platform whereby the societal impact of pain is discussed and championed at all levels of Maltese society.

Contact

HCPs Contact:
Mario Grixti

Patients Contact:
Gertrude Buttigieg

Grünenthal Contact:
Gudula Petersen

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