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The European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA) represents 20 European and International associations across a wide variety of neurological disease areas, such as multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, migraine and ADHD.

The purpose of this survey is to identify factors contributing to stigma against people living with neurological disorders in order to develop strategies that will help to combat it.

Stigma and discrimination occur when people are treated unfairly because they are seen as being different from others. This survey will explore how you have been affected by stigma due to living with a neurological disorder.


This survey is open to anyone who is living with a neurological disorder and resides in Europe.

The survey is completely anonymous and no personal information will be collected.

Information gathered from this survey will be used in the development of EFNA’s future workplans, ensuring that we and our member organisations are working in the best interests of those we represent. Findings from the survey will be published on the EFNA website on World Brain Day, July 22nd.

The survey has 45 short questions and typically takes 14 minutes to complete.

By completing and submitting this survey, as a participant, you are providing your informed consent. If you would like any additional information please do not hesitate to contact: communications@efna.net

The survey is open until June 15th 2020.
11% of survey complete.