What makes Happyr work

Happyr’s products are based on latest research and we continue to gather (clinical) insights with patients, NHS trusts, and universities.

Our research findings

In our study with the University of Stirling, we have seen a trend of decreasing pain intensity and increase in functioning in participants (10-24 years old) with migraine after using the Happyr & Tamer App. We found a significant increase in professional functioning (at work or school). 

We learned that participants found the apps very easy & simple to use, with a good interface interaction and as useful support for their self-management. 

For the full report, click here. 
For the visual abstract, click here.

Happyr Health’s App Co-Design: Report with the Young Persons’ Advisory Group for Research and GOSH

Authors: Happyr (Filzmoser, Palm), Great Ormond Street Hospital (Dr Prabhakar, Leyden)

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Public & patient involvement in developing new migraine management tools for children & young people

Authors: Happyr (Filzmoser, Palm)

Our research partners

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