Advertise Your Study

Information for researchers wishing to recruit participants or research volunteers

Researchers who would like Migraine & Headache Australia’s help to recruit participants or volunteers for a study can use the form below to submit details for our consideration.


  • Proof of ethical approval
  • Patient Information Sheet
    • Including your contact details for questions relating to the study
    • Eligibility criteria
    • Start and finish dates
    • Purpose of the study
    • Whether participants will be compensated for their involvement
  • Your study’s advertising text

It is your responsibility to let us know of any changes to information regarding your project, including new contact details, and to let us know when to remove the details from our website, such as when you have recruited enough volunteers or the study ends.

Please bear in mind that it can take up to one month to receive approval from our Scientific Research Committee to advertise your study.

Inclusion on our website and any promotion of your advert is at the discretion of Migraine & Headache Australia.

Submit Your Research For Consideration

  • A title that will appear on our main volunteer page, avoid vague or broad descriptions, not just ‘Vestibular Migraine’, for example. Specific is best.
  • When is the research open for recruitment?
  • When does recruitment for research close?
  • Please list the sponsor(s) of your research
  • What would you like our help with? Please include the time-frame for advertising your study, e.g. start and anticipated end date, and any other information it would help us to know.
  • Max. file size: 512 MB.
  • Max. file size: 512 MB.
    Including your contact details for questions relating to the study, eligibility criteria, start and finish dates, the purpose of the study, whether participants will be compensated for their involvement, and any other relevant information.
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