My Migraine Voice Study

By 18 June 2019July 17th, 2019Events, Health, Latest, MAI News, Media, Special

The Migraine Association of Ireland was delighted to attend the launch yesterday evening of the ‘My Migraine Voice‘ study in Cork City.

At the back: Dr. Sean O’Sullivan – Consultant Neurologist (Bon Secours, Cork)  Left – Right: Mr. Michael McGrath – TD (Fianna Fáil), Dr. Eddie O’Sullivan – GP (CUH Migraine clinic), Ms Louise O’Sullivan – Migraine Sufferer (Study Contributor) and Mr. Patrick Little – CEO (MAI)  

The ‘My Migraine Voice‘ study was carried out by Novartis and the MAI in Ireland to discover how migraine affects sufferers in everyday life, at home, at their workplace, at school, etc and how much support is needed. The study covers the social, economical, and emotional aspects of migraine and explores the real-life experiences of people living with migraine, including going through the healthcare system and employment environment. For a copy of the study, please click the link below…

My Migraine Voice Report

My Migraine Voice Work Statistics