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.
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)
Public & patient involvement in developing new migraine management tools for children & young people
Authors: Happyr (Filzmoser, Palm)
Research papers on the Happyr & Tamer app use with the University of Stirling.
Study on the effectiveness of our Parent Online Course with the University of Stirling.
Focus groups & interviews to explore needs for adolescent digital pain care