Pressmeddelanden 2011

 

 

Grünenthal dedicated to improving pain management
Making a difference with CHANGE PAIN®
Effective support for healthcare professionals starts off its 4th year

Aachen/Brussels, December 21st 2011. "No time to rest in 2012" was one of the conclusions of the 6th CHANGE PAIN® Advisory Board meeting. The Board identified "Pain in the Elderly" as the next topic to be tackled by the initiative. Treating the elderly differs from treating younger patients as there are many physiological changes which have to be taken into account. The Advisory Board meeting took place in Munich early December with the goal of identifying challenges and shortcomings in pain therapy which need to be addressed in future.

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CHANGE PAIN® Initiative: Patients and physicians benefit from multidisciplinary approach in chronic pain management
Practical guide now available on www.change-pain.com

Aachen/Brussels, December 12th 2011. Pain as a multi-dimensional condition requires the involvement of a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals. The new practical guide “Towards a multidisciplinary team approach in pain management” provides guidance for healthcare professionals on how to set up a multidisciplinary team.

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7th Congress of the European Federation of IASP® Chapters (EFIC®)
September 21st – 24th, 2011, Hamburg, Germany


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