Could you help in the development of new migraine medical guidelines?

Patient and carers called upon by SIGN to help in a new development of guidelines       

Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network migraine guideline development group

The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) is developing an evidence-based guideline on migraine. A Scotland-wide multidisciplinary guideline development group is currently being set up to undertake the work. This group will be meeting for the first time in summer 2016. 

At this stage SIGN invite contributions from patients and carers that may wish to highlight key issues of importance in relation to the treatment of migraine, specifically:


- What are the main issues of concern for patients and carers?

- What areas would patients and carers like to see the guideline address?


This information will be used to guide the key questions that the guideline development group will aim to address. Advising SIGN on these issues is an important way of helping the development of this guideline. 

If you are interested in taking part and would like further information about patient and carer involvement in SIGN guideline development, download the Patient and Carer Involvement in SIGN Guideline Development Group application.

Alternatively please contact: 

Karen Graham, Patient Involvement Officer

Tel: 0131 623 4740


Applications must be completed and returned to Karen Grahamby Friday 10th June. 

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