PUBLICATIONS

More is not always better: an epidemiological assessment of migraine frequency and the impact on relationships

Results of this study suggest that as migraine frequency increased, negative impact on relationships also increased.

Focused HCP discussion and proactive education on relapse identification and management improves patient reporting and timely treatment of MS relapse

Partnering with Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, this abstract was published at the CMSC Annual Meeting, showcasing data from Health Union’s Multiple Sclerosis In America 2017 survey.

Does complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use reduce negative life impact of headaches for chronic migraineurs? A national survey

The results of the study show that chronic migraineurs often pursue multiple CAM treatments in spite of low levels of satisfaction with those treatments, while patients who experience relief from traditional treatments are less likely to seek the out additional CAM treatments.

Impact of employment status on health-related quality of life for people living with autoimmune conditions

This abstract was published in 2016 showcasing data from Health Union’s PsA, RA, IBD, Plaque Psoriasis & MS In America 2016 surveys.

Prescription opioid medication use among people with migraine: National survey results

The results of this study enhance understanding of the use of opioid medication prescribing for chronic migraine sufferers.

The chronic migraine experience

Partnering with University of Massachusetts/UMass Memorial Medical Center, this poster was published in 2016 showcasing data from Health Union’s Migraine In America 2014 survey.

Biologic DMARD use among U.S. patients in an online rheumatoid arthritis community

The results of the study show that in this online community of RA patients, 72.6% did not have the disease in control and 38.2% had never used a biologic. bDMARD use varied considerably among patient subgroups, particularly by time since RA diagnosis, expected annual out-of-pocket spending, and preferred medication route of administration.

The chronic migraineur and health services: National survey results

Partnering with University of Massachusetts/UMass Memorial Medical Center, this manuscript was published in November 2015 showcasing data from Health Union’s Migraine In America 2014 survey.

Spirituality and Chronic Migraines

Partnering with Chung-Ang University and University of Colorado, this abstract was published in 2015 showcasing data from Health Union’s Migraine In America 2015 survey.

Negative impact of migraine and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) treatments

This poster was published at the World Federation of Mental Health 2015 in Singapore, showcasing data from Health Union’s Migraine In America 2014 survey.