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Migraine At Work
Scared to tell your boss when you’re having migraine attacks? Or trying to retain your employees and reduce sick days? As more people return to working in person, explore adjustments that optimize the environment for people with this painful neurological health condition. Migraine disease is the second leading cause of disability in the workplace.

We’ll answer:
-How to initiate a conversation with your employer
-The heavy cost for employers when left unaddressed
-What rights employees have for accommodations
-What employers can do to retain you and create healthier workplaces

Join co-founder of Migraine Again Paula Dumas and Dr. Arefa Cassoobhoy from Everyday Health for tips to navigate migraine at work. “Migraine at Work day" June 1st kicks off Migraine Awareness month.

Jun 1, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Paula K. Dumas
Co-founder of Migraine Again and the Migraine World Summit @Steering committee member of Migraine At Work
A 30+ year migraine warrior, wife, mother, corporate exec turned health advocate, Paula K. Dumas is co-founder of the resource website and support community Migraine Again. She is the co-founder of the Migraine World Summit, and the World Health Education Foundation established to educate and empower people with disabling chronic health conditions in order to reduce the global burden on society. She is on the steering committee for Migraine at Work.
Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Editor and VP, Medical Affairs at Everyday Health Group @Everyday Health
Dr. Cassoobhoy is a health equity and health literacy advocate focusing on projects that raise awareness and empower individuals and communities to improve their wellness through collaborations including advocacy, research and education.