Thank you for your interest in offering to help advance knowledge about; management of and improved treatments of migraines and chronic headache by volunteering for research projects.
Not enough research is being done into migraines and chronic headache and being able to access sufferers to participate in research is very important. That is one reason why we have set up the National Headache Register so that all the funds available can go into research rather than meeting the cost of identifying subjects to study.
If you are not on the Headache Register, please do join and ask any other sufferers you know to do so as well. There are additional benefits from being on the register. One of the most important is that you will hear about any new medications or treatments as soon as they become available. Please help us to help you.
If you are a researcher wanting to add your project to our list, click here for more information.
Current calls for volunteers:
- April 2016 – Chronic Migraine – Cell-Innovations Pty Ltd
- October 2015 – Effects of Migraine on Vision – Dept. of Optometry & Vision Sciences, University of Melbourne
- July 2015 – Relating Photophobia, Visual Aura, and Visual Triggers of Headache and Migraine – Griffith University
- July 2015 – Headache Triggers Avoidance and Sensitivity Study – Griffith University
- July 2015 – Sleep and Headache Study – Griffith University
- November 2014 – The relationship between level of mindfulness and the experience of chronic headache/migraine – (School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University)
- October 2014 – How do Migraine and headache change over time? – (Faculty of Health Sciences, Sydney University)
- April 2014 – Invivo Academy Headache Survey
- February 2014: Behavioural Management – Enhanced Treatment for Headache
- February 2014: Intranasal Oxytocon for Chronic Migraine (Trigemina Pty Ltd)
- September 2013: Migraine Study (MigrainePal, Sydney)
- January 2013: Tension-Type Headache Clinical Trial – Potential New Non-Drug Treatment
(University of Adelaide)
- Updated: February 2012 – Persistent Headache Research
(Royal Adelaide Hospital)