Articles on Migraine At Work by EMHA

All the articles are based on the survey led by EMHA on Migraine at work.

The objective of this study is to know the situation of migraine workers within the workplace and compare the situation in the different participating countries. In this way, and with the resulting data, the implementation of actions to improve the work environment and the maximum integration of the worker with migraine within companies can be improved. It is desired to implement the preventive and adaptive measures with common benefit for: the worker, the medical worker and the employer. It has been translated into: English, French, Italian, German and Spanish (whose version is attached) and located on the EMHA website.

A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY is carried out as a result of the survey of patients working in 7 countries of the European Union and leaving open the option to include patients from other countries. The survey is translated into: Spanish, French, English, Italian and German and is made available in electronic format on the EMHA website. A total of 3,342 patients have answered the questionnaire. Each of the 31 questions that make up the questionnaire has been analyzed, presented by means of frequency tables (absolute frequency (N), relative frequency (% with respect to N = 3,342) and valid relative frequency (with respect to the total available data).

Read the survey on the following link to find out more about the study:

Read the articles on migraine at work:

SEMERGEN publication

European Survey on preventive treatments on migraine

Medicina Balear Magazine

EMHA at Work: SED Publication Survey

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