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Migraine at work: The stamp that changes it all

EMHA launches the first Migraine Friendly Workplace Stamp. This new initiative is designed to reduce the impact of migraine in the workplaceand recognizes companies that undertake EMHA training as well as making actionablechange in the workplace. Migraine affects over 41 million adults in Europe (prevalence 14%)1 and as migraine peaksduring individuals’ most productive years of …

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Managing migraine: A guide for parents by Migraine Ireland

Managing Migraine: A guide for parents’ is a curation of Nicola Filzmoser experience with having migraine and her learnings from working with world-leading migraine & pain experts.  For several years, Nicola has been working with world-leading migraine experts, patient organizations, and pain charities to advocate for young people and create this course. At Happyr Health, Nicola …

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New e-learning series on Personalized Healthcare

As part of EFNA’s Training Initiatives for Neurology Advocates [TINA] programme, a new series of e-learning modules is launched today, on the theme of personalised healthcare. Personalised medicine is a medical model that aims to provide tailor-made prevention and treatment strategies for defined groups of individuals. This usually involves genomics, information technology and patient empowerment. However, at EFNA, we feel …

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Essentials: A series of interviews by AEMICE

Within the documentary ‘Essentials: The role of patients’ associations in the health and social system in the COVID era’ we present a series of interviews with the associations. In this interview, AEMICE talks with Elena Ruiz de la Torre on the importance of the patient’s role in the health system. “We have been in quarantine …

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The math of migraine: news by AbbVie

Brett Dabruzzo’s first migraine hit when she was in high school. Pounding headaches and overwhelming nausea weren’t diagnosed as migraine until almost a decade later when Dabruzzo, Pharm.D., director, medical affairs, AbbVie, began working for a pharmaceutical company in its neurology department. A week into her job as a medical science liaison in Parkinson’s disease, …

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Life is meant to be lived, not coped with; just ask those with migraine

Prioritizing the health and wellbeing of those with migraine is in the best interest of everyone, given the impact the disease has on societies and health care systems as a whole. Imagine going through life coping and not living. A life riddled with anxiety and uncertainty where you feel unable to plan the simplest of …

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Portuguese EU Presidency EMHA’s contribution to the EU social summit 2021

The Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union is holding a  High-Level Conference and an Informal Meeting.  of Leaders at the invitation of the President of the European Council. The Summit will give political impetus to the implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights and its Action Plan, underlining its central role in …

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A review of 4 REN devices to deal with migraine and CH (by CHAMP)

Migraine and cluster headache management is complex, as anyone who lives with these diseases can testify. What works for one person may not help another, or may even make their attacks worse. Treatments that were previously successful sometimes stop working for no apparent reason. Even if the treatments do help, there may be intolerable side …

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