Given that research efforts on persistent somatic symptoms would largely benefit from a more coordinated and collaborative approach across Europe, we have come to recognize the urgent need to establish a European research network: The European Research Network to Improve Diagnosis, Treatment and Health Care for Patients with Persistent Somatic Symptoms (EURONET-SOMA). By bringing researchers from all over Europe to take a seat at the table, we sought to develop a joint research agenda to address the pressing needs for improvement in the recognition, diagnosis, explanation and treatment of patients with persistent somatic symptoms.
In June EAPM members Christiane Waller, Barbara Stein and Markus Müller from Nuremberg initiated this study group. Members from 12 different countries joined and in November they could share their first results. A second data collection is planned for January 2021.
Call for Application: please download here as pdf – APPLICATION DEADLINE: 28/02/2021 24:00 – Europe/Brussels – Encompassing Training in fUnctional Disorders across Europe (ETUDE) 15 PhD students for the…
Announcement: EU grant awarded for Innovative Training Network ETUDE The EU announced in June 2020 that the European Training Network „Encompassing Training in fUnctional Disorders across Europe (ETUDE)“ will be…
STUDYING THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON WELLBEING AND FUNCTIONING OF PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS The COVID-19 pandemic has had a large impact on daily life around the globe. It will not…
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