This happened in the European Parliament at Strasbourg during a two-day promotional event organised by EFNA and Pain Alliance Europe.
The Register opened on January 13th and 14th, and those who signed endorsed the Interest Group aims 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.
A list of the MEP signatories can be found below and photos of the event can be found on Twitter @EUneurology #brainmindpain. The register will open again on February 24th in Brussels during the official launch of the MEP Interest Group. More details on the launch event can be found here.
REGISTER OF SUPPORTERS FOR MEP INTEREST GROUP ON BRAIN, MIND AND PAIN