The partners of the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) Platform presented the finalized SIP Joint Statement and Framing Paper on the 12 November at the EU Health Policy Platform at DG SANTE and had a very positive engagement with all stakeholders and EU officials on the concrete implementation of the recommendations in the document. You can find the recording of the 12 November meeting here. The event was web streamed with over 100 participants from 67 organisations joining remotely!
SIP Joint Statement endorsement open until the 25th of January
The SIP Joint Statement obtained the endorsement of 42 organizations in Europe so far, including the European Academy of Neurology (EAN). SIP Partners are continuing their engagement with the pain community in Europe to involve further organizations in the endorsement process. Endorsement is open until the 25th of January, so please join them by sending the logo of your organisation to the project leads Vittoria Carraro, European Pain Federation (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Anca Pop, Pain Alliance Europe (email@example.com).
More information on the SIP Joint Statement Project can be found here.