Take part in a new survey on the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain

European 'Access to care' survey

The Pain Alliance Europe - (an umbrella organisation for charities that help to improve the lives of people with chronic pain) are conducting a short Europe-wide survey to assess the speed of diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain across different countries.

One in five Europeans, around 100 million people suffer from pain and the health care costs and productivity losses are estimated to be at the 450 billion level.

21% of pain patients are unable to work and 48 million employed people have pain directly impacting on their lives. The survey has just 25 tick-box questions and the results will be presented at the annual Societal Impact of Pain event held in Malta, in June.


Please click here to take part in the survey

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