Headache Week FAQs

I missed my in-person seminar, is there anyway I can see a recording?

Yes, if you join the National Headache Register then you will be able to access the recordings from recently held seminars. Please allow several weeks after Headache and Migraine Awareness Awareness Week for the newly recorded talks to be made available. You will be notified via email with the details. Join the National Headache Register to ensure you are notified.

In the meantime there are several topics available from previous years.

How do I attend an in-person seminar?

Simply select the topic on the schedule page that corresponds with the event you’d like to attend. We use Eventbrite to manage RSVPs and to book your $10 ticket to the event.

How can I watch a previously recorded presentation?

Simply select the topic on the schedule page that corresponds with the online talk you’d like to see. Once you register for that talk you will receive information via email including your link to view the seminar.

Can I attend multiple events or seminars?

Yes you can. You may decide to watch one or more online recordings as well as attend a live event in your city. To do this, make sure you book tickets for any in-person events separately.

What if I am in a remote area and can't attend live?

You can watch previous recordings online by selecting one of the online presentations. Over the coming weeks the recordings from 2019 will also be added. See above for instructions.

What is the relationship between Headache Australia and Brain Foundation?

Headache Australia is a division of the Brain Foundation. The Brain Foundation funds research across all neurological disorders, including headache & migraine. Any money donated directly to Headache Australia goes to funding Headache & Migraine Research, rather than General Research initiatives. Read more about where your donation goes.

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