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The International Headache Society works in formal relationship with the following international strategic partners:
 > American Headache Society

The American Headache Society is a professional society of health care providers dedicated to the study and treatment of headache and face pain. Founded in 1959, AHS brings together physicians and other health providers from various fields and specialties to share concepts and developments about headache and related conditions.

 > European Headache Federation (EHF)

Since its foundation in 1992, EHF (European Headache Federation), a non-profit organisation, has sought to improve the life of those affected by headache in Europe.

To do so, EHF dedicates its efforts to improving awareness of headache disorders and their impact amongst governments, health care providers and consumers across Europe.

To educate Europe about headache is one of the main objectives of the EHF. Teaching of key players such as young doctors, neurologists, general practitioners and all those involved in headache management about the seriousness of headache disorders is focused.

Within its federal structure, EHF supports national headache societies with a specific focus on Eastern European countries.

 > International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)

The International Association for the Study of Pain brings together scientists, clinicians, health-care providers, and policymakers to stimulate and support the study of pain and to translate that knowledge into improved pain relief worldwide

 > World Federation of Neurology (WFN)

The World Federation of Neurology was formed in Brussels in 1957, as an association of national neurological societies.  Today WFN represents 114 professional societies in 113 countries in all regions of the world, and each society registers its own individual member neurologists with them.

 > World Health Organization (WHO)

The WHO now lists headache and migraine amongst the top 20 causes of employee absenteeism.


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