Migraine Association of Ireland – Migraine in the Workplace Event
Migraine Association of Ireland – Migraine in the Workplace Event

Migraine Association of Ireland – Migraine in the Workplace Event


We are delighted to be joined by Elena Ruiz de la Torre, Executive Director of the European Migraine and Headache Alliance to speak about Migraine in the Workplace and what strategies employers and employees can use to help those living with the disorder.

Chronic migraineurs spend on average 19 hours per month in darkness or isolation.

Migraine is a complex neurological condition that affects over 600,000 people in Ireland. 14% of migraine sufferers are living with chronic migraine, experiencing migraine attacks 15 days or more per month. This chronic condition has a debilitating effect on people’s working and social lives.


Dates:             Tuesday 27th July

Cost:               FREE

Duration:        1 hour

Time:               17.00pm – 18.00pm

Platform:        Zoom

Contact:          To book this event please visit HERE.

Further Info:   With thanks to the HSE National Lottery Office CHO area 5 Wexford for the funding for this event.

The Scheme to Support National Organisations is funded by the Government of Ireland through the Department of Rural and Community Development.

For more information on Migraine visit HERE.

Contact details:

Hazel Breen, Communications and Information Officer, Migraine Association of Ireland, Unit 14 Block 5 Port Tunnel Business Park Clonshaugh Dublin D17 WK24
T: 086-0202683, Email: communications@migraine.ie

Contributors: We can arrange for radio/TV and or print interviews with representatives of MAI, Medical Specialists and/or migraine sufferers who are happy to tell their story.

The Migraine Association of Ireland was formed in 1994. We aim to assist, support, and represent people living with migraine and other headache disorders, while raising awareness of the nature of these conditions. Our services include an Information Line, quarterly newsletter; free events monthly, self-help groups and workshops, training for health professionals, patient advocacy and an award-winning website www.migraine.ie