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Cooperating in finding solutions for patients.
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WHAT CAN EMHA DO FOR THE INDUSTRY.

Cooperating in finding solutions for patients.

Working together is the only way to find effective and lasting solutions for migraine sufferers.

By encouraging research, supporting projects and working to distribute reliable information, we can achieve a better quality of life for all patients living with migraine.




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EMHA PROJECTS

Raising awareness to change the future under #TheMigraineMovement

Women at work

In 2018 EMHA organised a survey among migraine patients working in 7 EU countries (Ireland, Italy, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain and United Kingdom.
The survey shed light on how women have to juggle between migraine attacks and work.

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The Migraine Assistant

After launching The Migraine Movement Manifesto, from EMHA, we set the goal to inform the largest amount of European migraine sufferers about the existence of that movement, born with the aim of giving them visibility, answers and support.

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Explaining Migraine

We realized that the words we normally use to describe our relationship with migraine simply fall short to convey the true feeling behind. Words like “pain” or “horror”, commonly used to describe a migraine, ended up being generic adjectives that linked our disease to a simple headache.

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The Missing Lesson

The lack of medical training is the main barrier for an accurate diagnosis when a possible migraine patient first visits a doctor. In the world, only 4 hours of migraine are studied in medical training.

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EMHA Together Talks

Being informed is the first step to be more protected. From EMHA we have created with great commitment the Together Talks, a series of European talks with neurologists that focus on how COVID19 affects the life of migraine patients.

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The Migraine Movement

The Migraine Movement is a recently created project that aims to reach all people who suffer from this condition, directly and indirectly, to try to join forces in order to change the perception our society has of migraine.

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COLLABORATIVE SUPPORTERS GUIDELINES

Working with the pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

Abbvie

Allergan

Curelator

Grunenthal

Lilly

Lundbeck

COLLABORATORS

We have the support of all of them.

EPF – European Patient Forum
EPF currently represents 74 members, which are national coalitions of patient’ organisations and disease-specific patient organisations working at European level.

VISIT EPF

World Health Organization
Working through offices in more than 150 countries, WHO staff work side by side with governments and other partners to ensure the highest attainable level of health for all people.

VISIT WHO

European Union
The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union of 28 member states that are located primarily in Europe.

VISIT EU

EHF- European Headache Federation
Since its foundation in 1992, EHF (European Headache Federation), a non-profit organisation, has sought to improve the life of those affected by headache in Europe.

VISIT EHF

EMA- European Medicines Agency
The Agency is responsible for the scientific evaluation, supervision and safety monitoring of medicines developed by pharmaceutical companies for use in the EU.

VISIT EMA

Danish Headache Center
The first headache center in Scandinavia to offer a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with rare or severe headache disorders and cranial neuralgias.

VISIT Danish Headache Center

EFNA- European Federation of Neurological Association
EFNA brings together European umbrella organisations of neurological patient advocacy groups, to work with other associations in the field of neurology in what has been termed a “Partnership for Progress“.

VISIT EFNA

EUPATI- The European Patients’ Academy
EUPATI is a pan-European project implemented as a public-private partnership by a collaborative multi-stakeholder consortium from the pharmaceutical industry, academia, not-for-profit, and patient organisations.

VISIT EUPATI

EBC- European Brain Council
The European Brain Council (EBC) is a non-profit organisation gathering patient associations, major brain-related societies as well as industries.

VISIT EBC

AHMA - American Headache & Migraine Association
The patient arm of the American Headache Society (AHS), is a Headache and Migraine Organization for Patient Empowerment (HOPE).

VISIT AHMA

IHS - Internatinal Headache Society
A world’s leading membership organisation for those with a professional commitment to helping people affected by headache.

VISIT IHS

PAE - Pain Alliance Europe
PAE’s mission is to improve the quality of life of people living with chronic pain in Europe, by promoting awareness for chronic pain, promoting an European policy on chronic pain and helping reduce the impact of chronic pain on the European society on all areas.

VISIT PAE

EAN - European Academy of Neurology
Their mission is to foster and support the development of neurological excellence in Europe and across the world, leading to better patient care and outcomes.

VISIT EAN

IAPO - International Alliance of Patient´s Organizations
IAPO focused on promoting patient-centred healthcare.

VISIT IAPO

ACN - Active Citizen Network
ACN is a flexible network of European civic organizations which are involved as partners in its different projects, addressed to encourage active participation of citizens in European policy-making.

VISIT ACN

ANNUAL REPORT

EMHA Report 2019

EMHA’s agenda of 2019 was filled with trips, meetings and events that put migraine on the agenda of European’s and worldwide organizations and policy makers.

Finance Report 2019

AGENDA

Don’t miss our upcoming events.

21 Apr

Creating and spreading reliable information is essential to raise awareness and improve the migraine community quality of life. EMHA, together with patient organisations from several countries, has planned a series of webinars in different languages with healthcare professionals to understand equity in access to care across Europe.
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