Evidence based medicine in Migraine - Session 1 - The conundrum of worsening Migraine

Upcoming date

Financial support by: Lundbeck

Event information

Course description

The series of 3 virtual classrooms is covering disease and treatment related topics and is building on a holistic approach to patient management. The event can be attended by neurologists, pain and headache specialists and specialized nurses as well as other healthcare professionals involved in the care of patient with migraine.

The virtual classrooms can be attended as a series, however also singularly based on topics of interest.

Pre-requisites & Preparation work 

To ensure the event is meeting the attendants’ educational needs, it is expected to have answered a digital questionnaire 2 weeks before the beginning of the series. This will allow the faculty to adapt and design the content of the courses to your needs and build discussions around your feedback before the event.

The questionnaire is voluntary, however supports shaping the content to meet learning needs and expectations.

Target audience

The suitable audience for this educational event is early to mid-career neurologists and headache specialists with up to 5 years’ experience, and interest in optimising their treatment of patients with migraine.

Specialized nurses and other health care professionals involved in the treatment of patients with migraine are also welcome to join.

To foster a culture of diversity and inclusion we welcome participants from various backgrounds and clinical settings and encourage a diverse group of participation.

1 Oct 2024

This virtual classroom will be in English language. An application for accreditation will be submitted with EACIC

This educational event has received financial support from the Lundbeck Institute (part of H. Lundbeck A/S)


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