Pressemeddelelser 2012



With a multi-modal approach to adequate chronic low back pain management
Grünenthal supported an associated educational symposium at IASP®

Milan/Aachen, 27th August 2012. Chronic pain has a high prevalence world-wide. In Europe, 80 million people are suffering from chronic pain, whichresults in approximately 500 million sick days and accumulates costs of around 34 billion Euros. Studies show that pain patients are often treated insufficiently making chronic pain a considerable healthcare problem, an issue also addressed in the Italian law 38 of 2010.

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New PAIN Compendium provides up-to-date information on pain and its therapy to support healthcare practitioners’ daily work

CHANGE PAIN® presents new international textbook on pain management at EULAR Congress

Berlin, 6 June, 2012 - The CHANGE PAIN® initiative today presents the PAIN Compendium - a new tool being part of the PAIN EDUCATION program - on the occasion of the Annual European Congress of the European League against Rheumatism (EULAR), taking place in Berlin from 6 to 9 June. The PAIN Compendium is a comprehensive international textbook about pain and its therapy, intended for healthcare professionals regularly facing patients with pain in their daily practice, as well as healthcare professionals and students with an interest in pain. With the PAIN Compendium, healthcare practitioners receive a comprehensive insight into pain and its management supporting them in understanding their pain patients’ needs and developing individual treatment plans.

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