Learning modules, communications materials designed to reduce migraine and stigma
Chicago, Ill. (Jan. 6, 2023) – The National Headache Foundation (NHF) announced it is now making available free to the public its proven WorkMigraine program to help employers and employees reduce incidence of migraine as well as the stigma associated with this prevalent health issue.
Tom Dabertin, executive director/CEO of NHF, said migraine is experienced by one in three Americans and the disease is one of the leading causes of missed workdays and discomfort to employees. “These modules, developed by experts in headache medicine, have proven to be effective in reducing absenteeism, improving presenteeism and providing management and employees with information and resources that can reduce the impact migraine has on the workplace,” he said.
Dabertin said all modules are online, and they include eight for employees, one for the employer, and another for the human resources team. “We have found that employees and employers can benefit from these modules,” he said.
The NHF WorkMigraine program: https://headaches.org/workmigraine/
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About the National Headache Foundation
The National Headache Foundation (NHF) is the leading educational and informational resource for individuals with headache, their families, physicians, allied health care professionals, and health policy decision makers. For more information on the National Headache Foundation, please visit www.headaches.org