GPAC Employer Engagement Initiative

Since 2019, IHS-GPAC (now operating as GPAC) has been developing customized programs for employers to empower employees, reduce stigma in the workplace and provide support for those living with migraine, cluster and other headache disorders. 

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Empower Employees

Empower employees to seek treatment and
improve their wellbeing

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Reduce Stigma

Reduce stigma associated
with migraine
in the workplace

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Provide Support

Ensure support for those impacted by migraine in
the workplace

GPAC is changing the way migraine is managed in the workplace

The 2019 IHS-GPAC Advocacy Initiative (now operating as GPAC) encourages employers to make workplaces around the globe more accommodating for those impacted by migraine. IHS-GPAC (now operating as GPAC) is partnering with a global employer to develop a pilot program focused on patient wellness in the workplace that will serve as the foundation for wider efforts to shift employer and community mindset around the globe.

Improving the Workplace for Employees Impacted by Migraine

  • Reduce absenteeism
  • Increase productivity
  • Lessen the impact of global burden of migraine

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