Sip Portugal

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

An exciting event will take place on October 18th in Portugal. The SIP Portugal Launch Event will be held at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation - Auditorium 3 in Lisbon.
The theme of the event will be "Investigate, Evaluate, Educate, Act" and will start at 1600 with accreditation opening. Later on a debate will be held with moderator Isabel Stilwell.
You can find more information about SIP Portugal here:
- Video invitation to Launch Event
- Joint Declaration of SIP Portugal
- Dialogues on the employability of people with chronic pain

SIP Portugal Launch Event

An exciting event will take place on October 18th in Portugal. The SIP Portugal Launch Event will be held at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation - Audi…

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The joint statement has been prepared by the SIP Portugal platform in March 2019 and presents the common position of all those involved and proposes actions to be taken, relevant to pain, in two categories: employment and education. There is a need to develop policies and design action strategies so that many of the key problems identified are reduced. This is only possible if there is an effective and preventive intervention of public policies in health.
The document is a great example how a national SIP platform should address societal impact of pain topics to policy makers and is a helpful tool for other SIP national platforms to prepare similar documents for national use.

Joint Declaration of the Platform for the Social Impact of P…

The joint statement has been prepared by the SIP Portugal platform in March 2019 and presents the common position of all those involved and proposes a…

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On May 20, SIP Portugal organized a meeting with associations representing occupational health to promote dialogue on the employability of people with chronic pain.

SIP Portugal organises dialogues on the employability of peo…

On May 20, SIP Portugal organized a meeting with associations representing occupational health to promote dialogue on the employability of people with…

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In March, 11 patient associations and scientific societies signed a joint statement recommending the urgent implementation of measures to promote the employability of people with pain.
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 Belgium, established in the beginning of 2018, shared their objectives in a presentation (attached).
Following articles present additional information on this topic "Pain & Employment":
- SIP collaboration with CHRODIS+;
- SIP Thematic Network: Pain as a factor in employment;
- Report from PAE's survey 2018 on chronic pain and work;
- SIP Portugal meeting with employers to address the impact of pain on employment;
- Meeting of Interest Group on Brain, Mind and Pain "Fighting discrimination at work for people with chronic pain conditions"
- SIP 2017, Working Group 3: Impact of pain on labour and employment

Patient associations and scientific societies in Portugal si…

In March, 11 patient associations and scientific societies signed a joint statement recommending the urgent implementation of measures to promote the …

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The XIV Atlantic Islands Pain Forum took place on 4-6 April in Funchal, Madeira. The event featured workshops, debates, symposia, panel sessions and practical courses that discussed "state of the art" in the treatment of pain from a multidisciplinary perspective. It attracted some 300 participants.

SIP Europe and SIP Portugal featured in Madeira

The XIV Atlantic Islands Pain Forum took place on 4-6 April in Funchal, Madeira. The event featured workshops, debates, symposia, panel sessions and p…

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Short Info

In June 2018 a group of multi-disciplinary healthcare professionals and a group of patient representatives met to identify relevant topics for SIP and launched the national SIP platform in Portugal. Both groups are now working together on their common priorities “Pain and Work” and “Awareness on Pain”.

 

Contact

HCPs Contact:
Ana Pedro

Patients Contact:
Maria Teresa Flor de Lima

Grünenthal Contact:
Rita Tinoco

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