Getting to Know Chronic Pain Patients
Our mission is to improve the lives of people suffering from chronic pain in Europe. For this, we first need to know these people, their needs and then define how we can address these in our future projects and activities.
The first step in this respect was to get to know them.
Pain Alliance Europe consults regularly its members and its members’ members via survey campaigns meant to find out where the challenges are and how they evolve, noticing the differences between different health management systems at national levels and adapting every time the questions and the target according to the feedback thus received.
Should you have any suggestion or ideas on how a chronic pain patient life can be improved, please write to us. Pain Alliance Europe’s mission is to make the patients’ voice heard, and this is exactly what we will do, sharing your ideas with the ones who can help make them work.
New survey for 2020 – in 14 languages
The new survey is about: how people use the new electronic devices/services to manage their health. Do you use a computer, tablet, phone or ‘watch/wearable’ to help manage your health? Would you like to? Give us your opinion.
You will find the survey in the language/lingua/langue/glossa/sprak/taal/jezik/sprache (to name a few) that you speak here!
2019 Survey on Chronic Pain
Pain and Stigma
Pain Alliance Europe (PAE)’s new survey consulted the pain patients about the existence, forms and manifestations of stigma perceived, related to their condition and statute. You may find the complete report here
2018 Survey on Chronic Pain
Pain and Your Work Life
This report is about a survey on chronic pain and work life with responses from 14 European countries. The joint voice of patients and relevant stakeholders are translated into policies and concrete actions to minimise the impact of pain on aspects of everyday life for numerous EU citizens.
2017 Survey on Chronic Pain
Diagnostics, Treatment and Impact of Pain
This report is about a survey on chronic pain performed in 17 countries. The Pain Alliance Europe (PAE) consults regularly its members via survey campaigns to capture the experience and opinions on issues, challenges and solutions related to the impact of pain.