European Pain Forum Virtual Meeting 2020

European Pain Forum Virtual Meeting 2020

On 18th September 2020, the annual European Pain Forum meeting was held. This being a challenging year, the meeting was held virtually. The European Pain Federation EFIC convened the meeting to bring together all of the key organisations representing the scientific...
Become an EFIC Academy Member today!

Become an EFIC Academy Member today!

For over 25 years, the European Pain Federation has brought together the European pain science community to advance education, research, and clinical management of pain. Today, we invite all healthcare professionals and researchers to join the European Pain Federation...
World Alzheimer’s Day: 21 September 2020

World Alzheimer’s Day: 21 September 2020

About World Alzheimer’s Day World Alzheimer’s Day is a worldwide campaign to raise awareness and highlight challenges faced by people affected by dementia. It is an opportunity for people and organisations to demonstrate how we can overcome these issues and help...
A Letter from President Brona Fullen

A Letter from President Brona Fullen

Brona Fullen shares her vision as European Pain Federation President: As some-one who strongly believes in the Federation’s vision and mission it is an honour to serve in this capacity. It was a bold decision for EFIC to elect a physiotherapist as President. In doing...
World PT Day: 8 September 2020

World PT Day: 8 September 2020

In 1996, World Physiotherapy (the operating name of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy [WCPT]) established World PT Day. The main objective of this day is to acknowledge the work that physiotherapists do for public and patients. Through the day, World...
A Letter from President Bart Morlion

A Letter from President Bart Morlion

Bart Morlion looks back on his three years as European Pain Federation President: At the start of my term I announced that my motto would be “The European Pain Federation on the Move” relating not only to the Presidential Campaign stressing the role of movement in the...