The Migraine Trust has launched a stakeholder survey. The national charity is running it to learn more about the experience and priorities of anyone with an interest in migraine and the charity, personal or professional.
They will be using the results to help shape the charity’s next five-year strategy which they will launch in February 2020.
It is the first time that The Migraine Trust has run a comprehensive survey of the whole migraine community and they are encouraging a wide participation in it. This ranges from people who get migraine, people with family who get migraine to those who manage someone with migraine, as well as those working in the area of migraine.
Explaining the importance of the survey to the charity, Gus Baldwin, chief executive of The Migraine Trust, said:
“We are very excited about this valuable opportunity to gain such a wide-ranging understanding of those within the migraine community. We are looking forward to finding out what is important to them and what they would like to see us focusing on.
“I encourage anyone with an interest in migraine, from people who are personally affected by it to those whose work involves or is touched my migraine, to take the time to share their views and experience with us. This is your chance to shape our work and raise the migraine voice.”
The survey is anonymous and is open until 17 November. It can be completed here.