The Migraine Trust Involvement Panel

Information about how we involve people affected by migraine in our work

What is The Migraine Trust Involvement Panel?

At The Migraine Trust we want to ensure the voices, experiences and views of people affected by migraine inform and support our work.

This is why we developed The Migraine Trust Involvement Panel. The panel is a group of people affected by migraine who want to make a difference to the lives of others affected by migraine. They support the work of The Migraine Trust, and ensure that people affected by migraine have a voice at The Migraine Trust. They share their views, experience and skills to improve awareness and understanding of migraine, as well as our work.

What does The Migraine Trust Involvement Panel do?

The panel acts as a sounding board for The Migraine Trust reviewing and commenting on our work and projects, as well as other migraine/headache related projects (as appropriate).

Members use their lived experience to improve the reach and impact of The Migraine Trust. As well as representing the diverse views of the migraine community in a constructive and inclusive way.

The skills and expertise of members are used to improve awareness of migraine and reduce stigma associated with migraine.

I would like to find out more about the panel?

If you would like to find out more about the panel or other involvement opportunities, we would love to hear from you. We’re always looking for people with skills and experience to support our work and ensure we’re representing the views and needs of people affected by migraine.

For more information, contact us at – in your email please include why you would like to be involved in the work of The Migraine Trust. Once we’ve reviewed your email, someone from the Trust will be in touch to have a chat about current opportunities.