More than 210 persons have registered to the international SIP 2019 Symposium on November 7 in Brussels titled “Bringing Pain Policy to the next Decade”, and many followed the event via live stream. Have a look at the impressions from the Opening Ceremony on November 6 in the Concert Noble where the winners of the 2nd edition of the EU Civic Prize on Chronic Pain, led by Active Citizenship Network, were awarded, and also the impressions from the SIP 2019 Symposium on November 7.
The Secretary General of Cittadinanzattiva was involved in the opening ceremony on November 6, while the Director of Active Citizenship Network was involved on November 7 for the introductory remarks “sip 10th anniversary: past, present, and future”. To read his speech, chick here.
Award Ceremony of the II° Edition of the
strong>“EU Civic Prize on Chronic Pain - Collection of good practices” 6th November 2019
Concert Noble, Brussels
4th May 2019
Location: Hotel Occidental Menorca , Menorca Island (Spain)
Delivering patient value throughout the healthcare system
Focus on Digital Health and Personalized Medicine
10th April 2019
European Parliament, Brussels
Room PHS 7C050
5th February 2019
European Parliament - Room ASP1E3
Hosted by MEP Brando Benifei, S&D
On February 4th, 2019, Active Citizenship Network organized a European training seminar on patient safety & healthcare-associated infections (HAIs), opened to a selected number of leaders of patients’ associations and advocacy groups coming from twelve EU Member States plus an Extra EU Member State (Kosovo). During the seminar, the following topics were presented and discussed:
On November 20th, 2018, in line with their increasing cooperation in the field of patients' rights, Cittadinanzattiva Onlus, through its international branch the Active Citizenship Network, and Medicine and for Europe, through its Value Added Medicines Group, co-organized an European workshop in Brussels on value added medicines. Starting from the Patients’ Right of Access, the Patients’ Right to Innovation and the Patients’ Right to Personalized Treatment, the initiative provided a selected number of leaders of patients’ organizations and advocacy groups across Europe with an updated overview about value added medicines and facilitated an exchange of views on key policy developments linked to them.
7th November 2018
Hosted by MEP David Borrelli, NI
6th November 2018
The 6th of November, ACN organized in Brussels an European training seminar on the theme of life-course vaccination opened to 20 selected leaders of civic and patients associations coming from different countries (Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Spain, Slovenia, Slovakia, Albania, Kosovo, Croatia, Malta...). The reason was to responds to the need to be more up-to-date and prepared in the face of a phenomenon (the decrease in vaccination coverage) that has returned to topical relevance; to better identify, recognize and struggle the increased external factors that can negatively influence the vaccine policy in EU Member States and have updated information & knowing how to recognize official sources of information.