Sip Malta

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

Keen on sharing and gaining know-how and experience, the fourth Maltese trio paid the Department of Palliative Medicine of the University Hospital RWTH in Aachen a visit in the first week of March. Dr Jurgen Abela, a physician, Luisa Bugeja, a social worker and Radharani Agrawal, a physical therapist, all working for the Hospice Malta. In the past, other members of the Maltese Hospice such as chaplain, nurse and head of the Hospice have been to Aachen.

Staff members of a Maltese hospice foster experience exchang…

Keen on sharing and gaining know-how and experience, the fourth Maltese trio paid the Department of Palliative Medicine of the University Hospital RWT…

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Celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year, the Malta Health Network (MHN) organised two training events as it’s celebration for Patient Solidarity Day inspired by the theme of ‘Patient Empowerment Through Knowledge.’
Read more about the events here.

Malta Health Network Empowers Patients

Celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year, the Malta Health Network (MHN) organised two training events as it’s celebration for Patient Solidarity Da…

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Initiated by SIP Malta, Malta Health Network and the No Pain Foundation, participants outlined how various Maltese organizations, which are engaged in improving health care, collaborated to address the issue of chronic pain.

Maltese Pre-Symposium at SIP 2017 Symposium

Initiated by SIP Malta, Malta Health Network and the No Pain Foundation, participants outlined how various Maltese organizations, which are engaged in…

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The winner of the EU Civic Prize - Good Practice Number 1 in category "Clinical practices" is Jake Fenech, a physiotherapy student currently in her final year of studies to graduate as a physiotherapist. As part of her final year, she performed a study on chronic pain patients with satisfactory results.

EU Civic Prize - Newly developed application for chronic low…

The winner of the EU Civic Prize - Good Practice Number 1 in category "Clinical practices" is Jake Fenech, a physiotherapy student currently in h…

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Sliema, 25th May 2016 - No Pain Foundation, a Maltese non-profit organisation of patients and professionals operating on European territory for the improvement of the quality of life of people suffering from chronic pain, has been invited to represent Malta as part of the Maltese delegation at the SIP Symposium 2016 (Societal Impact of Pain).

Societal Impact of Pain Symposium 2017 was held in Malta

Sliema, 25th May 2016 - No Pain Foundation, a Maltese non-profit organisation of patients and professionals operating on European territory for the im…

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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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