Female participants sought for online migraine study

Migraine patient survey

What is the purpose of the study?

The study is being carried out by Megan McGinley, Psychologist in Clinical Training, and Dr Jonathan Egan, Deputy Director of the Doctorate Programme in Clinical Psychology at the University of Galway.

This research plans to investigate the impact of psychological factors such as self-compassion, childhood experiences, experiences of trauma in childhood, current stress, anxiety and mood have on migraines in women. It is also interested in how feeling cut-off and feeling numbed from the world influences migraine attacks.

Who can take part?

Women who:

  • Are aged between 18 and 50 years old
  • Experience chronic or episodic migraines

What will the study involve?

Completing a series of questions on an online survey.

The survey takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.

How to take part

You can take part in the study by clicking here.

If you would you like more information about this study please contact Megan McGinley on m.mcginley11@universityofgalway.ie or Dr Jonathan Egan on Jonathan.egan@universityofgalway.ie