European Civic Prize on Chronic Pain Collecting Good Practices - III edition 2020-2021

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Active Citizenship Network is glad to launch the third edition of its bi- annual project at the European level “EU Civic Prize on Chronic Pain - Collection of good practices” with the aim to highlight existing good practices in several European countries in terms of struggle against pain.

This third edition allows us to continuing expanding the “agora” of operators of good practices on pain, encouraging the exchange of experiences among health professionals, healthcare providers, Institutions, civic associations, and patient advocacy groups.

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Exceptionally, for this edition, the Prize recognizes also outstanding initiatives that have been put in place, modified, or updated to face and mitigate the COVID – 19 pandemic consequences on chronic pain patients’ life.

Aims of the project

  • Giving continuity to the previous successful collections of good practices: “European Civic Prize on Chronic Pain - Collecting Good Practices" First Edition and Second Edition.
  • Enriching European and national experiences, expertise, data and benchmarking on chronic pain.
  • Fostering the multi-stakeholder platform of operators of good practices on pain, created in the last years of ACN’ projects on chronic pain, at European and national level.

 

Applications

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The Application period is open!!! The participants can enter a good practice by completing this form (soon will be available the on line one). The award is open to any healthcare stakeholder: patients’ associations, health professionals, private and public hospitals, universities, etc.also from extra UE countries.

The deadline for submitting your good practice is the 31st of December 2020!!

 
The types of good practice to be identified has been classified in the following categories:

  • Patients’ empowerment
  • Innovation
  • Clinical practices
  • Professional education

Exceptionally, for this edition, the Prize recognizes also outstanding initiatives that have been put in place, modified, or updated to face and mitigate the COVID – 19 pandemic consequences on chronic pain patients’ life and healthcare services.

Read more in the Guidelines 2020-2021

Prize
There will be one prize in each category, allocated by the Jury (see below the members) to the  best submissions.
The winners will be offered the opportunity to share their projects during the Award ceremony,  a public European meeting pain-related, and a Publication in English in a suitable journal.

Here you can see the last two editions’ celebrations: Award Ceremony I Edition - Award Ceremony II Edition

All the gathered good practices will be collected in a Final Report like this one produced in the last edition:

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For more information, please contact Daniela Quaggia e Giulia Decarolis: 

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Other information:
“EU Civic Prize on Chronic Pain - Collection of good practices” - First Edition.
“EU Civic Prize on Chronic Pain - Collection of good practices” - Second Edition.
The Engagement of Cittadinanzattiva in the Fight against Useless Pain
Good practice: the policy of Cittadinanzattiva



Active Citizenship Network is responsible for the scientific design and contents of this Project, that has been realized with the financial and non-financial support of

  

 

The Jury of the Prize is composed by the following project partners:

 echo efic  emha  Emnipre Spain 
 hope  Pain Alliance  sine dolore  uehp

 

 

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