The first meeting of this year of the MEP Interest Group on Brain, Mind and Pain was held on 21 February. The theme for the event was ‘How can the EU : #MakeWorkWork for young people affected by brain, mind and pain conditions?’
The meeting was hosted by Marian Harkin, co-chair of the Brain, Mind and Pain Interest Group, member of the European Parliament EMPL committee, and an MEP with a long-standing interest in Young people and also in Health issues.
The MEP Interest Group on Brain, Mind and Pain is a jointly initiative coordinated by EFNA and Pain Alliance Europe (PAE). The aim is to encourage research into and access to innovative treatments, promote prevention and self-management approaches, decrease stigma and work together to improve quality of life for people living with these disabling conditions.
Visit www.brainmindpain.eu to find out more.
A full meeting report can be found here.