Sip Sweden

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

The report is based on a survey about pain care in Sweden which has been produced by a group of experts on behalf of the Swedish National Collaboration Group on Knowledge Management (NSK). It shows deficiencies and unjustified differences in the care and treatment of patients with chronic pain. The report provides a basis for the need for national coordination in the area of long-term non-cancer pain in adults and to produce national recommendations in patients with long-term pain.
You find the link to the report here.

Swedish national Pain Plan

The report is based on a survey about pain care in Sweden which has been produced by a group of experts on behalf of the Swedish National Collaboratio…

As discussed during the first Swedish SIP meeting, which took place on 30 May 2012 prior to the international SIP symposium in Copenhagen, the development of a pain register in Sweden has been initiated. The regional collaboration project will be piloted by the two Swedish regions Östergötland and Västerbotten with the aim to improve pain rehabilitation with in the primary sector.

Swedish Pain Registry

As discussed during the first Swedish SIP meeting, which took place on 30 May 2012 prior to the international SIP symposium in Copenhagen, the develop…

To obtain epidemiological data on chronic pain in Denmark and Sweden, a literature review of epidemiological data on primarily chronic non-cancer pain was conducted. The report is written by Julie Harker et al in February 2012 and has been published by the Hindawi Publishing Corporation. The full report can also be found below.

Epidemiology of chronic pain in DK & SE

To obtain epidemiological data on chronic pain in Denmark and Sweden, a literature review of epidemiological data on primarily chronic non-cancer pain…

Socio-economic burden of patients with a diagnosis related to chronic pain – register data of 840,000 Swedish patients.

Socio-economic burden for chronic pain patients

Socio-economic burden of patients with a diagnosis related to chronic pain – register data of 840,000 Swedish patients.…

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