Are headaches also a relevant problem for soldiers in the Bundeswehr? is being carried out as part of a master's thesis in the master's degree program in Migraine and Headache Medicine

The survey is aimed at all soldiers in the Bundeswehr. We would like to find out how common and debilitating headache disorders are in the Bundeswehr. With your answers, you will also contribute to better care for those affected in the Bundeswehr.

The survey takes approximately 15 minutes (maximum 33 questions).

Please take part in the survey even if you do not or only rarely !

The survey was approved by the Ethics Committee of the University of Kiel (AZ: D 453/23). Your information will of course be recorded anonymously and will remain anonymous in the long term. The answers cannot be assigned to a specific person.

The results of the survey will be presented and published after completion. By participating in the survey, you agree to the use of your data as described. Due to the existing anonymity of the questionnaire, the rights of those affected in accordance with Articles 15-21 GDPR cannot be claimed.

A second survey is aimed at all military doctors in the Bundeswehr. This involves an assessment of the current care situation for headache patients from a military medical perspective and the development of ideas on how the care of those affected by headaches in the Bundeswehr can be improved.

Further information about the study can be obtained from the Department of Neurology at the Bundeswehr Hospital in Ulm. (Secretariat Tel. 0731/1710-1601, Head of Studies Tel. 0731/1710-35110, Email: )

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We thank you for your participation!

med. Ursula Müller, flotilla doctor, Department of Neurology, Bundeswehr Hospital Ulm Dr.
med. Jörg Ahrens, General Surgeon, Commander Bundeswehr Hospital Ulm Priv.-Doz.
Dr. med. Carl Göbel, MB BChir (Hons) MA (Cantab), Kiel Pain Clinic Prof. Dr. med. Dipl.-Psych. Hartmut Göbel, Kiel Pain Clinic