SIP Spain

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

In Andalusia, in response to national laws and the actual Andalusian autonomic law, which includes the right of patients to receive adequate pain treatment and within the Andalusian Quality Plan, integrated care processes (ICP) were developed, like Non- Cancer Chronic Pain ICP, Fibromyalgia ICP and Palliative Care ICP, all of them published in 2005.

Andalusia

In Andalusia, in response to national laws and the actual Andalusian autonomic law, which includes the right of patients to receive adequate pain trea…

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Galicia is a Spanish region with nearly 3 million people, which has complete autonomy in setting health policies to meet the needs of an ageing and largely dispersed population.
In May 2010, Galician Health Minister began working on developing a "comprehensive strategy for patient care in pain".

Galicia

Galicia is a Spanish region with nearly 3 million people, which has complete autonomy in setting health policies to meet the needs of an ageing and la…

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El dolor es la principal causa de las consultas médicas, con una importante repercusión a nivel asistencial, individual y grupal. Por ello, se ha desarrollado la presente revisión sobre la epidemiología del dolor específicamente para España.

Spanish Epidemiological Review & Results of the NHWS 2010

El dolor es la principal causa de las consultas médicas, con una importante repercusión a nivel asistencial, individual y grupal. Por ello, se ha desa…

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In May 2010, the report "Epidemiology of chronic non-malignant pain in Spain" was written by Karla Soares Weiser, Ivan Sola, Ed Aromataris, Jesús Tornero, Concepción Pérez, César Margarit and Jos Kleijnen.

Epidemiology of chronic non-malignant pain in Spain

In May 2010, the report "Epidemiology of chronic non-malignant pain in Spain" was written by Karla Soares Weiser, Ivan Sola, Ed Aromataris, Jesús Torn…

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Short Info

SIP Spain was successfully launched on June 26th 2018 in Spain after several patient organisations and clinical experts came together with representatives from the Ministry of Health and three other regional communities.

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Contact

HCPs Contact:
Cesar Margarit
Juan Perez Cajaraville

Patients Contact:
Maria Soledad Garcia Penalta

SIP@efic.org

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