Headache and Migraine Day

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), migraine is the second most disabling disease in people under 50. In Switzerland alone, 1.2 million women, men and children suffer from migraine; worldwide, the number is as high as 1 billion. Despite this, migraine is still often trivialized and not taken seriously . As a result, even in Switzerland, only 20-30% of all sufferers receive an appropriate diagnosis and the help they deserve.

Are you one of them? Or do you have relatives and friends who suffer from headaches?

Information event (hybrid)

On the European Headache and Migraine Day* we invite to a public information event for sufferers and relatives. We will educate about migraine and other forms of headache, present the latest findings and treatment methods, and address widespread myths and prove or disprove them with facts. Interested? Then stop by!

Tuesday, September 12, 2023
18.00 – 21.00
Zunfthaus zur Waag, Münsterhof 8, 8001 Zurich


Time Lecture
18:00 Migraine: Review
Dr. med. Reto Agosti
18:30 Migraine: Myth and Facts
Dr. med. Judith Brunn
19:00 Headache after concussion
PD Dr. med. Antonella Palla
19:30 My Story
Affected people tell their story
20:00 Apéro riche, Discussion with speakers
Kreuzgang Fraumünster


We look forward to your participation.

    *The European Headache and Migraine Day was founded in 2006 by self-help groups, pain researchers and doctors. With the European Headache and Migraine Day, attention is drawn to the enormous physical and mental burdens as well as unjustified discrimination of headache sufferers in many European countries with various campaigns.