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Migraine Diary

Diary Cover
2nd August 2017

The Migraine Diary is a simple but effective way of managing your migraine. A migraine diary can help you to establish certain patterns in your attacks. Perhaps you get most of your headaches at weekends or perhaps every time you are presented with deadlines at work or at home. These examples would be quite easy to notice but most people's headaches are not as easy to predict. Our Migraine Diary 2017 has been revamped with improvements to... [read more]


Road Trip 2017!!

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26th July 2017

The Migraine Association of Ireland is delighted to announce that we are going on a 'road-trip'! In October of 2017 we will be travelling the country to locations we seldom get the chance to visit and holding information stands in various places. So keep an eye out for us if you live in the following counties; Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Waterford, Wexford, Carlow, Kilkenny,  We will be accompanied by a mobile billboard truck with a huge... [read more]


Value of Treatment Report 2017

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26th July 2017

"The Care Pathway for most European people with headache is a series of dead ends." "Headaches are often trivialized as “normal” and seen in those who complain of them as merely an excuse to avoid responsibility." "Governments, even if aware of it, do not acknowledge the substantial burden of headache on society" "Despite the recognition of the importance of the primary care setting for treating headache, there is a knowledge gap... [read more]


Patient Input for Headache (COSH) Study

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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]


Archive for the ‘homeslider’

Migraine Diary

Diary Cover
2nd August 2017

The Migraine Diary is a simple but effective way of managing your migraine. A migraine diary can help you to establish certain patterns in your attacks. Perhaps you get most of your headaches at weekends or perhaps every time you are presented with deadlines at work or at home. These examples would be quite easy to notice but most people's headaches are not as easy to predict. Our Migraine Diary 2017 has been revamped with improvements to... [read more]


Road Trip 2017!!

pexels-photo-386009
26th July 2017

The Migraine Association of Ireland is delighted to announce that we are going on a 'road-trip'! In October of 2017 we will be travelling the country to locations we seldom get the chance to visit and holding information stands in various places. So keep an eye out for us if you live in the following counties; Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Waterford, Wexford, Carlow, Kilkenny,  We will be accompanied by a mobile billboard truck with a huge... [read more]


Value of Treatment Report 2017

vot-new-300x209
26th July 2017

"The Care Pathway for most European people with headache is a series of dead ends." "Headaches are often trivialized as “normal” and seen in those who complain of them as merely an excuse to avoid responsibility." "Governments, even if aware of it, do not acknowledge the substantial burden of headache on society" "Despite the recognition of the importance of the primary care setting for treating headache, there is a knowledge gap... [read more]


Patient Input 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]