Access to treatment

Spotlight on migraine services and access to appropriate medicines toolkit

Project description

Optimising patient involvement to improve migraine patient outcomes

Over the last few years a lot has been achieved towards better meeting the needs of those living with migraine and yet more still needs to be done to address the considerable burden of migraine.

In partnership with patient organisations, including the European Migraine and Headache Alliance (EMHA) and funded by Novartis, three resources were developed. The aim of the resources was to support patient organisations in getting involved in improving migraine services and access to appropriate medicines.

Who developed the Toolkit?

This resource was created by KYNE, a health communications agency, in partnership with the European Headache Alliance (EMHA), the European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA) and Migraine Action (MA). The development of the Toolkit was funded by Novartis. Novartis also retains responsibility for ensuring that the content of the Toolkit adhere to all relevant regulations.

  • Quick Guide:

A brief resource to help individuals and organisations to understand the basic steps they can take to get involved in improving migraine services and access to appropriate medicines. You can download this here.

  • Summary toolkit:

A summary resource designed for smaller patient organisations and those with limited experience in the area to begin to understand health technology assessment and patient involvement in the process. You can download this here.

  • Full toolkit:

A comprehensive toolkit with downloads and resources relating to patient involvement in migraine service improvement and access to appropriate services. You can download this here.

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Optimising patient involvement to improve migraine patient outcomes Over the last few years a lot has been achieved towards better meeting the needs of those living with migraine and yet more still needs to be done to address the considerable burden of migraine. In partnership with patient organisations, including the European Migraine and Headache Alliance (EMHA) and funded by Novartis, three resources were developed. The aim of the resources was to support patient organisations in getting involved in improving migraine services and access to appropriate medicines. Who developed the Toolkit? This resource was created by KYNE, a health communications agency, […]

Optimising patient involvement to improve migraine patient outcomes Over the last few years a lot has been achieved towards better meeting the needs of those living with migraine and yet more still needs to be done to address the considerable burden of migraine. In partnership with patient organisations, including the European Migraine and Headache Alliance (EMHA) and funded by Novartis, three resources were developed. The aim of the resources was to support patient organisations in getting involved in improving migraine services and access to appropriate medicines. Who developed the Toolkit? This resource was created by KYNE, a health communications agency, […]

Optimising patient involvement to improve migraine patient outcomes Over the last few years a lot has been achieved towards better meeting the needs of those living with migraine and yet more still needs to be done to address the considerable burden of migraine. In partnership with patient organisations, including the European Migraine and Headache Alliance (EMHA) and funded by Novartis, three resources were developed. The aim of the resources was to support patient organisations in getting involved in improving migraine services and access to appropriate medicines. Who developed the Toolkit? This resource was created by KYNE, a health communications agency, […]

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