The design, content and management of these courses are the responsibility of the individual specialty groups.
You will learn about the neurobiology of headaches, how you can classify them using clinical assessment, and when and how to investigate them further. You will focus on different types of common primary and secondary headaches such as migraine, tension-type headache, chronic daily headache, shunt-related headache and idiopathic intracranial hypertension. There is material on how to frame discussion with patients and their families, followed by a section on how to treat and prevent headaches. Finally, use the ‘headache clinic’ section to test out and reinforce what you have learned.
- Section 1 – Headache: Clinical Evaluation and Classification
- Section 2 – Primary Headache Disorders: Pathophysiology
- Section 3 – Headache Interventions: pharmacological and non-pharmacological
- Section 4 – Primary Headache Disorders
- Section 5 – Secondary Headache Disorders
- Section 6 – Headache Clinic