MIGRAINE AT WORK

EHA project

From: 18/04/2018 00:00 to 26/04/2018 00:00

Project description

The European Migraine and Headache Alliance (EMHA) is launching a European project aimed to understand the situation of migraine workers within companies and which serves as a starting point for subsequent improvement initiatives, the implementation of preventive measures and the optimum integration of the worker with migraine within companies with common benefit both at personal/health and at business level.

This survey/questionnaire is addressed to active workers at the time of data collection, or
who have been active during the previous year and who meet the criteria for migraine.
The study will make it possible to compare results between countries and apply subsequently
protocols based on the regulations of each of the countries in the prevention of occupational
risks.

The Research Group in Occupational Medicine has designed this study, with the
endorsement of the Spanish Association of Specialists in Occupational Medicine (AEEMT).
The intellectual property of this work corresponds to the EMHA, represented by its Executive Director
Mrs Elena Ruiz de la Torre.

For more information about this project please contact: info@europeanheadachealliance.org

If you are willing to participate with your doctor please visit the survey through this link:

https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/Migraineatwork-EMHA

Also find kindly attached the document in all the different languages available to complete it manually:

ITALIAN

SPANISH

GERMAN

ENGLISH

FRENCH

The following document is a powerpoint presentation which explains the main objectives which we are aiming to reach with this project:

MIGRAINE AT WORK PPT

 

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The European Migraine and Headache Alliance (EMHA) is launching a European project aimed to understand the situation of migraine workers within companies and which serves as a starting point for subsequent improvement initiatives, the implementation of preventive measures and the optimum integration of the worker with migraine within companies with common benefit both at personal/health and at business level. This survey/questionnaire is addressed to active workers at the time of data collection, or who have been active during the previous year and who meet the criteria for migraine. The study will make it possible to compare results between countries and apply subsequently protocols based on the regulations of each of the countries in the prevention of occupational risks. The Research Group in Occupational Medicine has designed this study, with the endorsement of the Spanish Association of Specialists in Occupational Medicine (AEEMT). The intellectual property of this work corresponds to the EMHA, represented by its Executive Director Mrs Elena Ruiz de la Torre. For more information about this project please contact: info@europeanheadachealliance.org If you are willing to participate with your doctor please visit the survey through this link: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/Migraineatwork-EMHA Also find kindly attached the document in all the different languages available to complete it manually: ITALIAN SPANISH GERMAN ENGLISH FRENCH The following document is a powerpoint presentation which explains the main objectives which we are aiming to reach with this project: MIGRAINE AT WORK PPT  

The European Migraine and Headache Alliance (EMHA) is launching a European project aimed to understand the situation of migraine workers within companies and which serves as a starting point for subsequent improvement initiatives, the implementation of preventive measures and the optimum integration of the worker with migraine within companies with common benefit both at personal/health and at business level. This survey/questionnaire is addressed to active workers at the time of data collection, or who have been active during the previous year and who meet the criteria for migraine. The study will make it possible to compare results between countries and apply subsequently protocols based on the regulations of each of the countries in the prevention of occupational risks. The Research Group in Occupational Medicine has designed this study, with the endorsement of the Spanish Association of Specialists in Occupational Medicine (AEEMT). The intellectual property of this work corresponds to the EMHA, represented by its Executive Director Mrs Elena Ruiz de la Torre. For more information about this project please contact: info@europeanheadachealliance.org If you are willing to participate with your doctor please visit the survey through this link: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/Migraineatwork-EMHA Also find kindly attached the document in all the different languages available to complete it manually: ITALIAN SPANISH GERMAN ENGLISH FRENCH The following document is a powerpoint presentation which explains the main objectives which we are aiming to reach with this project: MIGRAINE AT WORK PPT  

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AGENDA Migraine World Summit 2018

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The largest patient online event in the world for headache returns this April 18-26. The Migraine World Summit will bring together over 30 top experts, doctors and specialists to share new treatments, research and strategies for migraine and chronic headache. It is available to anyone with an internet connection.

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