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On 16 September, the members of SIP Portugal met to talk about the activities carried out over the past year and prepare for the official launch of SIP Portugal which will take place on 18 October.
The theme of the event will be "Investigate, Evaluate, Educate, Act".

SIP Portugal pre-launch meeting

On 16 September, the members of SIP Portugal met to talk about the activities carried out over the past year and prepare for the official launch of SI…

SIP Malta was initiated in 2016 to build a coalition of national SIP allies and to identify the gaps and needs how to improve pain management in Malta. Representatives from Maltese MEPs and MPs, the Ministry of Health, service providers, healthcare professionals, patient and citizens’ organisations agreed to work together to address the common theme of pain.
SIP Malta co-hosted the SIP 2017 Symposium and presented a Maltese consensus paper. This was followed by a research project on the impact of chronic pain in Malta. The results were presented at a conference in 2018, which led to a position paper on chronic pain for further policy work.
The next step is to actively contribute to the various consultation initiatives the Maltese government will be issuing, in preparation for the National Health Strategy 2030.

Experiences from a SIP National Platform in Malta - Poster p…

SIP Malta was initiated in 2016 to build a coalition of national SIP allies and to identify the gaps and needs how to improve pain management in Malta…


SIP France continues to raise awareness on chronic pain. After a first round of national mobilization with the Ministry of Health in 2018, SIP France is continuing the debate at regional level. On February 15, 2019, SIP France organised a lunch-debate on the course of care of the pain patients in the Auvergne Rhone Alpes (AURA) with the support of Lyon Hospital, host of the event.

SIP France round table meeting in Lyon in February

SIP France continues to raise awareness on chronic pain. After a first round of national mobilization with the Ministry of Health in 2018, SIP France…

SIP Belgium has released a national SIP Joint Statement, explaining their goal to improve the (re)integration of pain patients in the workforce and society by developing and presenting multi-stakeholder recommendations to policy makers.

SIP Belgium has released a national SIP Joint Statement

SIP Belgium has released a national SIP Joint Statement, explaining their goal to improve the (re)integration of pain patients in the workforce and so…

On the 25th of June 2019 the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition (CPPC) hosted a patient centric Pain Platform meeting at the House of Lords, to explore the burden of chronic pain in England, and how policy can be improved to support patient outcomes. The meeting was sponsored by The Rt Hon. the Lord Luce and hosted by the CPPC and financially supported by a grant from Grünenthal Ltd.

Attending the event were over 50 individuals from across the chronic pain policy landscape, including representatives from patient organisations, NHS England, clinicians, parliamentarians, government officials and industry. The CPPC will be writing up a full report of the event, which will carry forward the key themes and recommendations made by the Pain Platform’s speakers and attendees. The report will be shared with the events’ attendees and CPPC affiliates. It will also be shared on the CPPC website. Meanwhile you can find information here: https://chronicpainpolicycoalition.com/events/

Chronic Pain Policy Coalition 2019 Pain Platform

On the 25th of June 2019 the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition (CPPC) hosted a patient centric Pain Platform meeting at the House of Lords, to explore the…

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