Better brain health better quality of life

More than just a headache: migraine sufferers suffer from the consequences of migraines. The impact on work and private life is significant. Effective, innovative approaches, such as the positive influence of migraine-friendly workplaces, are needed.

Recommendations: Stroke Units and Stroke Centers in Switzerland

The recommendations include the adapted certification criteria for stroke units and stroke centers in Switzerland and represent a revision of the guidelines and requirement profiles last published in 2012.

Hirnschlag -was folgt danach? Wieso die Schweiz eine Patientenorganisation braucht

The lack of a dedicated patient organization for stroke survivors in Switzerland has led to a public event being held on this topic.

Other countries have successfully established such organizations and it is important to take up this topic to discuss the possibility of creating a similar institution in Switzerland.

The aim of this event is to highlight the importance of patient organizations for stroke survivors, provide insights into the process of establishing such an organization, and lead a discussion on why there is no such organization in Switzerland and what steps are needed to change this.


SAVE THE DATE | 05 December 2024, Swiss Brain Health Plan Stakeholder Meeting

The second Swiss Brain Health Plan Stakeholder Meeting will take place on December 5 at the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern. Reserve the date today!

We are looking forward to an exciting and inspiring event.

Further information will follow.

Swiss Brain Health Plan

With the aim of raising awareness of brain health at all stages of life and implementing strategies for prevention and change, the Swiss Brain Health Plan 2023-33, one of the first worldwide, was launched.

Article on RSI

A toothbrush for the brain

From 2023 to 2033, a state-of-the-art national brain health plan will run through Switzerland
Claudio Bassetti: 'Raising awareness for prevention'

Article in La Domenica

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