The policy will help interprofessional teams improve their migraine headache problem by having a clearly defined plan for treatment, diagnosis and follow up. By setting out guidelines developed in collaboration with members from all disciplines involved – such as neurologists, primary care providers and pharmacists – team members can coordinate their efforts to identify triggers or risk factors that lead to migraines, provide evidence-based treatment options based on individual patient needs, monitor response to therapies and assess any potential side effects or interactions. The policy is also a useful tool to inform patients, as well other health care professionals and teams about the expectations they have when it comes to migraine headache disorder. This could include developing protocols around how best to support patients in navigating their symptoms; providing psychological/behavioral interventions such as cognitive behavioral therapy; offering nutritional guidance; ensuring proper medication management; etc. These measures can help to improve the health of those who suffer from migraines, while simultaneously reducing the stigma that is associated with this disorder.