U.S. Pain Foundation was busy in June with activities surrounding National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month (MHAM). In collaboration with member organizations of CHAMP (Coalition For Headache & Migraine Patients), awareness of headache diseases was elevated.
U.S. Pain hosted two interactive web events, which can be viewed by following the links:
- “Overcoming a brain in pain: Advice from migraine strategist Lindsay Weitzel, PhD,” and
- “What migraine doctors and patients can learn from one another: A conversation with Abby Chua, DO, and Katie Golden.” (Must register to view)
Ambassadors worked to obtain proclamations from their local governments to recognize June as National Migraine & Head Awareness Month. U.S. Pain also helped promote Shades for Migraine, attended the Danielle Byron Henry Foundation’s “Shine Her Light” event in Salt Lake City, and participated in two of Chronic Migraine Awareness, Inc’s “Fact-A-Day” social media posts, and partnered on the start of their newest program, Triage Kits.