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The Greppi Award 2017
The Italian Society for the Study of Headaches (SISC) announces the competition of the Enrico Greppi Award 2017 – 19th Edition. The award will be granted to the best unpublished original paper dealing with clinical, epidemiological, genetic, pathophysiological or therapeutic aspects of headache. The prize amounts to €10,000 and is open to researchers of all nationalities. The 2017 Award is endorsed by the European Headache Federation (EHF). The winner will be invited to present the paper at the 11th European Headache Federation Congress, to be held in Rome on 1 - 3 December 2017.
Submissions should be made to The Journal of Headache and Pain between 1 - 31 May 2017. Read more information here.
Top cited papers 2015-2016
Headache disorders are third cause of disability worldwide
Steiner T.J., Birbeck G.L., Jensen R.H. et al.
Non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation for acute treatment of high-frequency and chronic migraine: an open-label study
Barbanti P., Grazzi L., Egeo G. et al.
Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (sTMS) for the acute treatment of migraine: evaluation of outcome data for the UK post market pilot program
Bhola R., Kinsella E., Giffin N. et al.
Headache disorders and public ill-health in India: prevalence estimates in Karnataka State
Kulkarni GB., Rao GN., Gururaj G. et al.
Specific and number of comorbidities are associated with increased levels of temporomandibular pain intensity and duration
Dahan H., Shir Y., Velly A. et al.
Migraine and body mass index categories: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies
Ornello R., Ripa P., Pistoia F. et al.
The relationship of anxiety, depression and behavioral problems with recurrent headache in late adolescence - a Young-HUNT follow-up study
Blaauw BA., Dyb G., Hagen K. et al.
Reported concepts for the treatment modalities and pain management of temporomandibular disorders
Wieckiewicz M., Boening K., Wiland P. et al.
Cervical non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation (nVNS) for preventive and acute treatment of episodic and chronic migraine and migraine-associated sleep disturbance: preliminary findings from a prospective observational cohort study
Kinfe TM., Pintea B., Muhammad S. et al.
The prevalence of primary headache disorders in Nepal: a nationwide population-based study
Manandhar K., Risal A., Steiner TJ. et al.
Cluster headache: a quasi-rare disorder needing a reappraisal
Martelletti P. and Mitsikostas DD.
The epidemiology of primary headache disorders in Zambia: a population-based door-to-door survey
Mbewe E., Zairemthiama P., Yeh H-H. et al.
Sleep disturbances and quality of life in Sub-Saharan African migraineurs
Morgan I., Eguia F., Gelaye B. et al.
Cost-effectiveness analysis of interventions for migraine in four low- and middle-income countries
Linde M., Steiner TJ. and Chisholm D.
(Publication years 2015-2016). Data collected January 2017. Source: Web of Science)
Most mentioned articles on social media in 2016
GBD 2015: migraine is the third cause of disability in under 50s
Steiner TJ., Stovner LJ. and Vos T.
Cortical functional correlates of responsiveness to short-lasting preventive intervention with ketogenic diet in migraine: a multimodal evoked potentials study
Di Lorenzo C., Coppola G., Bracaglia M. et al.
Autonomous control of cardiovascular reactivity in patients with episodic and chronic forms of migraine
Mamontov OV., Babayan L., Amelin AV. et al.
Cost-effectiveness analysis of non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation for the treatment of chronic cluster headache
Morris J., Straube A., Diener H-C. et al.
Migraine in childhood: biobehavioural or psychosomatic disorder?
Guidetti V., Faedda N. and Siniatchkin M.
European headache federation consensus on technical investigation for primary headache disorders
Mitsikostas DD., Ashina M., Craven A. et al.
Headache, depression and anxiety: associations in the Eurolight project
Lampl C., Thomas H., Tassorelli C. et al.
Cognitive dysfunctions and psychological symptoms in migraine without aura: a cross-sectional study
Santangelo G., Russo A., Trojano L. et al.
Characterising the premonitory stage of migraine in children: a clinic-based study of 100 patients in a specialist headache service
Karsan N., Prabhakar P. and Goadsby PJ.
Impact of migraine on fibromyalgia symptoms
Giamberardino MA., Affaitati G., Martelletti P. et al.
(Publication year 2016. Data collected January 2017. Source: Altmetric)
"Another brief note on the life of our Journal; at the beginning of each year, as announced in our last annual meeting in Glasgow, we are refreshing the Editorial Board of The Journal of Headache and Pain. This year these changes are relatively minor, and reflect the active participation of the Board, particularly in peer review.
New people step in and others step down. We would like to express our most sincere thanks to those Board Members who are rotating off, and a warm welcome to the new members. We will share and finalize, during this intense coming year, new projects with the affiliated Societies EHF and LTB. The Journal of Headache and Pain will also offer a cradle for the products of the new-born EHF – School of Advanced Studies.
Next stop June 2017 for the new Impact Factor." Paolo Martelletti, MD
Aims and scope
The Journal of Headache and Pain is a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the brand SpringerOpen. It is specifically dedicated to researchers involved in all aspects of headache and related pain, including theory, methodology, clinical practice and care. The journal's scope is broad, reflecting the wide application of scientific advances to every branch of headache and related pain management. Within a multidisciplinary perspective, The Journal of Headache and Pain covers headache and related pain syndromes in the following fields: genetics, neurology, internal medicine, clinical pharmacology, child neuropediatrics, anesthesiology, rheumatology, otology, dentistry, neurotraumatology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, pain management, addiction, public health, and epidemiology.
European Headache Federation School of Advanced Studies
The European Headache Federation School of Advanced Studies (EHF-SAS) aims to support headache science and offers young EU scientists high quality educational activities to enhance their critical spirit and skills to face headache medicine from a multidisciplinary perspective.
The EHF-SAS covers the richness and diversity of headache medicine fields, including basic science, clinical science, and diagnostic science, and places an emphasis on collaborative projects. The European Headache Federation will support its fellows’ activities allowing them to independently build their own plan sided by the EHF-SAS Scientific Committee.
Academic education in headache
The demand for a broad, complete and independent education in Headache Disorders has increased over time. The following international Masters courses guarantee a full coverage of this area of clinical medicine.
For more information:
Master in Headache Medicine - 14th Edition
Academic Year 2016-2017
Master of Headache Disorders - 1st Edition
Academic Years 2016-2018
Editor in Chief (Founding)
Paolo Martelletti, MD,
Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine
Sapienza University of Rome
Via di Grottarossa 1035
I-00189 Rome, Italy
Assistant to the Editor: Valerio De Angelis