Sip Netherlands

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

Media Reports from SIP 2011

Press Conference on the Societal Impact of Pain in the Netherlands - Den Haag, 22 November 2011

Press Conference on the Societal Impact of Pain in the Netherlands - Den Haag, 22 November 2011

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Publication of the report "Chronische pijn” of the Dutch "Regieraad Kwaliteit van Zorg". Met: Gertie Filippini, voorzitter van de Dutch Pain Society; Frank Huygen, hoogleraar anesthesiologie en pijngeneesskunde van het Erasmus MC, Rotterdam; Mevrouw Smilde, Tweede Kamer - Woordvoerder volksgezondheid / zorg van het CDA

View the full Press Conference:
SIP Press Conference Part I 
SIP Press Conference Part II

View the Conference Press Kit

Dutch TV Report NCC Channel - October 2011.Report on the SIP Symposium during the EFIC Congress in Hamburg/Germany on 23 September 2011

Production: Jan van Parijs; Interviewes: Prof. Kris Vissers, University Nijmegen; Prof. Hans-Georg Kress, EFIC President

Dutch Radio Report: The impact of pain in society

Labyrint - Radio 1, 4 September 2011, 20:00-21:00

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