EFIC-Grünenthal-Grant (E-G-G) Relaunching in 2020

EFIC-Grünenthal-Grant (E-G-G) Relaunching in 2020

In February 2020, the EFIC-Grünenthal Grant (E-G-G) will reopen applications for its pain research grant worth a total of €200,000. E-G-G is a research grant scheme awarded by the European Pain Federation EFIC and sponsored by the pharmaceutical company Grünenthal...
SIP Symposium 2019 – Bringing Pain Policy to the next Decade

SIP Symposium 2019 – Bringing Pain Policy to the next Decade

More than 200 people attended the international SIP 2019 Symposium in Brussels “Bringing Pain Policy to the next Decade” and many followed the SIP Symposium of November 7th via live stream. With 50 speakers including policy makers, patient representatives and...
On the Move: what we did so far and what comes next!

On the Move: what we did so far and what comes next!

Physical activity´s well known health benefits include a reduced risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and improved mental health. What is less well known is that greater levels of physical activity and exercise are also associated with a lower risk of...
The European Pain Forum officially launched!

The European Pain Forum officially launched!

Pain is a core component of the patient’s experience within healthcare systems. The work of several European medical, scientific and patient organisations touches upon pain. Pain is relevant to all of us, and thus we wish to find a common way of working on subjects...

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