Archive for the ‘homeslider’

Your Opinion is Requested… Care Outcome Set for Headache (COSH) Study

1702-1252709341CgRp
21st June 2017

The Core Outcome Set for Headache (COSH) Study: working towards agreement on what should be measured in headache research studies Understanding the way in which headaches affect people and the potential benefits of treatment is important. However, there is currently no guidance for how best to do this and a wide range of approaches are used. These approaches to assessment are called outcomes or outcome measures - you may have experience of... [read more]


European Medicines Agency Valporate Review

Preganant Woman
10th April 2017

  The European Medicine's Agency (EMA) Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) has as of March 2017, initiated a new review to examine the use of Valporate containing medicines in the treatment of women and girls who are pregnant or of child bearing age. The PRAC will examine the available evidence and will consult with relevant stakeholder groups including a public hearing to listen directly to the experience of EU... [read more]


Migraine Book

migraine-book-cover
7th April 2017

Our book, Migraine Not Just Another Headache, is now available to buy from local bookshops and from our website.  Written by experts, this book describes the role of the GP, nurse, pharmacist, paediatrician, physiotherapist and psychologist in the treatment of migraine. It advises about the management of migraine in the home, at school, in the sports centre and workplace. It gives crucial information from neurology and from specialist... [read more]


Mindfulness and Relaxation for Migraine

Deirdre Ní Mhórdha
16th October 2015

What is Relaxation Practice? Relaxation is not just about having a holiday or taking a break from our normal routine, although both of those things can lift our mood.  Teaching ourselves to relax means learning ways to reduce our physical tension levels and the emotional worry that goes with being stressed.  Our bodies are built to go through periods of tension and relaxation naturally, and developing a relaxation practice reminds us how... [read more]


Archive for the ‘homeslider’

Your Opinion is Requested… Care Outcome Set for Headache (COSH) Study

1702-1252709341CgRp
21st June 2017

The Core Outcome Set for Headache (COSH) Study: working towards agreement on what should be measured in headache research studies Understanding the way in which headaches affect people and the potential benefits of treatment is important. However, there is currently no guidance for how best to do this and a wide range of approaches are used. These approaches to assessment are called outcomes or outcome measures - you may have experience of... [read more]


European Medicines Agency Valporate Review

Preganant Woman
10th April 2017

  The European Medicine's Agency (EMA) Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) has as of March 2017, initiated a new review to examine the use of Valporate containing medicines in the treatment of women and girls who are pregnant or of child bearing age. The PRAC will examine the available evidence and will consult with relevant stakeholder groups including a public hearing to listen directly to the experience of EU... [read more]


Migraine Book

migraine-book-cover
7th April 2017

Our book, Migraine Not Just Another Headache, is now available to buy from local bookshops and from our website.  Written by experts, this book describes the role of the GP, nurse, pharmacist, paediatrician, physiotherapist and psychologist in the treatment of migraine. It advises about the management of migraine in the home, at school, in the sports centre and workplace. It gives crucial information from neurology and from specialist... [read more]


Mindfulness and Relaxation for Migraine

Deirdre Ní Mhórdha
16th October 2015

What is Relaxation Practice? Relaxation is not just about having a holiday or taking a break from our normal routine, although both of those things can lift our mood.  Teaching ourselves to relax means learning ways to reduce our physical tension levels and the emotional worry that goes with being stressed.  Our bodies are built to go through periods of tension and relaxation naturally, and developing a relaxation practice reminds us how... [read more]