Appuntamento il 23 e 24 maggio per la sesta edizione del Simposio SIP - Societal Impact of Pain. evento promosso dalla Pain European Federation EFIC®, con il supporto logistico di Gruenenthal GmbH.
L'Associazione Italiana per lo Studio del Dolore, la Fondazione Paolo Procacci e la European League against Pain hanno già dato la propria adesione.
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The 23-24 May the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Platform Symposium ‘Time for Action’ will drive this urgency to the heart of the European institutions in Brussels, and bring together international experts, patient representatives, policy makers and other stakeholders in the field of pain policy.
Discussions during the 2016 Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Symposium will be stimulated through working groups focusing on the following issues areas:
1. Pain as a quality indicator for health care
2. Chronic pain: a disease or symptom?
3. The relevance of pain in cancer care and rehabilitation
4. Pain, rehabilitation and reintegration of workers in the workforce
The conclusions from each working group will be presented and ratified by MEPs at the symposium plenary on 24 May 2016, and shared with the wider public. The SIP Symposium will be SIP 2016 will be co-hosted by the following Members of the European Parliament: Heinz K. Becker (Austria), Marian Harkin (Ireland), Jose Inacio Faria (Portugal), Nicola Caputo (Italy), Merja Kyllönen (Finland), Giovanni La Via (Italy), Jeroen Lenears (The Netherlands), Sabine Verheyen (Germany) and Takis Hadjigeorgiou (Cyprus).
Over seventy-five organisations have already endorsed the Symposium. We invite you to take part in making change happen for pain policy in Europe – Support SIP 2016 by registering to the symposium, endorsing it, and/or sharing information about SIP 2016 with your networks.
Register here - For more information visit: www.sip-platform.eu