Pitfalls in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Migraine Headache

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Migraine and other severe headaches are a common and major public health problem, particularly among reproductive-aged women. Diagnosis remains based entirely on clinical history and currently available migraine therapy is often inadequate, highlighting the importance of effective patient communication about symptoms and treatment and an awareness of current and emerging treatment options. Faculty presentations and actual patient-physician discussions heighten clinician acuity regarding diagnostic pitfalls, treatment challenges, individualizing treatment, and effective patient communication to optimize outcomes for migraine headache.

This activity is a webcast approved for 1.5 credit hours. It expires Oct. 10, 2015.

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