27th November 2019

Take part in research looking at psychological factors in migraine

Centre for Pain Research and the National University of Ireland Galway invite people with migraine living in the UK to take part in their research

What is the study about?

Centre for Pain Research and National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway) is conducting a research project in Ireland and the UK into psychological factors that may increase the chance of having migraine such as attachment style and childhood experiences. The research is intended to help develop better therapies to help people cope with migraine.

Who can take part?

The study is open to adults with migraine in Ireland and the UK who have seen a health professional for their migraine.

What does it involve?

The study involdes a one-off online survey with 11 questions, estimated to take 30 minutes to complete. The survey includes three sections: demographic questions, migraine questions, and psychological questions (which are intended to measure adverse childhood experiences, attachment style, dissociation, depression, anxiety, and other issues).

How can I take part?

If you would like to take part, please complete the survey here.

If you have any questions please contact Iain Mays at i.mays1@nuigalway.ie