The public project website will serve several purposes, including a) being the central go-to-point for consortium members to look up contact information of other partners and to log into the confidential intranet, b) providing a concise overview of the project’s goals, its work packages, and the scientific background to the general public, and c) continuously informing patients and the general public on project-related events, publications, downloads and newsworthy developments. Patient-relevant information will be made available in several common EU languages.
The project brochure will be a handy flyer or folder that summarises the project’s vision, why it matters, its key objectives, the partner institutions, basic facts (start date, duration, number of countries, funding amount etc.) for transparency, the website URL, and contact information of the scientific coordinator and the project Manager.
A video will be produced for the general public and patients (target audience) explaining the problem of chronic pain and the secondary problems, the lack of adequate treatment for many chronic pain patients, as well as the key goals of the QSPainRelief project in form of animated filmed interviews with the coordinator and WP leaders.
Jointly with one of the relevant patient organisations, the first layman event will take place within the first 6 months, including a Q & A session at a convenient location (most likely connected to an SC Meeting) where partnering clinicians and researchers explain the scope of the project and answer questions of patients and the general public.
Author(s): Adrián Ricarte, James A. R. Dalton, Jesús Giraldo
Published in: Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, Issue 61/3, 2021, Page(s) 1251-1274, ISSN 1549-9596
Author(s): Pedro Renault, Jesús Giraldo
Published in: International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Issue 22/1, 2021, Page(s) 187, ISSN 1422-0067
Author(s): Agustín Bruzzese, James A. R. Dalton, Jesús Giraldo
Published in: Scientific Reports, Issue 10/1, 2020, ISSN 2045-2322