Health Professionals and Migraine

Health Professionals and Migraine

Management of migraine for health professionals

Migraine for Health Professionals

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAI is currently compiling a list of health care professionals with a special interest in, or specialist knowledge of Migraine and Headache disorders. These details are only passed onto those requesting details of health care professionals in their area. If you would like to be added to this list, please contact us with your contact information and some details on your area of expertise.

MAI also send regular newsletters to health care professionals regarding training events and other updates. Please contact us if you would like to be added to this newsletter.

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Migraine Diagnosis

Migraine Diagnosis: Headache is a very common condition. The vast majority of headache resolves without need to consult a doctor. In primary care, the most commonly encountered headache disorders are: Migraine Tension-type Headache Chronic...[read more]

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The Migraine Attack

The Migraine Attack The typical migraine attack is split into four phases (Prodrome, Aura, Headache Phase, Postdrome) . Not every patient will experience all four phases and even in patients that do, the phases can vary from one attack to the...[read more]

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Migraine Clinical Guidelines and Treatment

In the absence of a cure for migraine, the aims of migraine management at primary care level are: The successful treatment of the migraineur's acute attack The prevention and limitation of future attacks To encourage migraine sufferers to...[read more]

Migraine
Health Professional Training

Health Professional Training  All upcoming events will be listed in the events section. The Migraine Association of Ireland holds health professional training events throughout Ireland. These seminars are aimed towards GPs, hospital doctors,...[read more]

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Impact of Migraine

Background Information The impact of migraine is that it is the most common neurological condition in the world. It is also the most frequently seen disabling headache in primary care. In Ireland, 12-15% of the population have migraine. Only about...[read more]

Migraine
Acute Treatment of Migraine

Acute Treatment of Migraine: In acute therapy the key concerns to be addressed from the patient's perspective are: The efficacy of the treatment The time to onset of action The consistency of response form one attack to the next The...[read more]

Health Professionals and Migraine

Health Professionals and Migraine

Management of migraine for health professionals

Migraine for Health Professionals

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAI is currently compiling a list of health care professionals with a special interest in, or specialist knowledge of Migraine and Headache disorders. These details are only passed onto those requesting details of health care professionals in their area. If you would like to be added to this list, please contact us with your contact information and some details on your area of expertise.

MAI also send regular newsletters to health care professionals regarding training events and other updates. Please contact us if you would like to be added to this newsletter.

More From This Section:

Migraine
Migraine Diagnosis

Migraine Diagnosis: Headache is a very common condition. The vast majority of headache resolves without need to consult a doctor. In primary care, the most commonly encountered headache disorders are: Migraine Tension-type Headache Chronic...[read more]

Migraine
The Migraine Attack

The Migraine Attack The typical migraine attack is split into four phases (Prodrome, Aura, Headache Phase, Postdrome) . Not every patient will experience all four phases and even in patients that do, the phases can vary from one attack to the...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Clinical Guidelines and Treatment

In the absence of a cure for migraine, the aims of migraine management at primary care level are: The successful treatment of the migraineur's acute attack The prevention and limitation of future attacks To encourage migraine sufferers to...[read more]

Migraine
Health Professional Training

Health Professional Training  All upcoming events will be listed in the events section. The Migraine Association of Ireland holds health professional training events throughout Ireland. These seminars are aimed towards GPs, hospital doctors,...[read more]

Migraine
Impact of Migraine

Background Information The impact of migraine is that it is the most common neurological condition in the world. It is also the most frequently seen disabling headache in primary care. In Ireland, 12-15% of the population have migraine. Only about...[read more]

Migraine
Acute Treatment of Migraine

Acute Treatment of Migraine: In acute therapy the key concerns to be addressed from the patient's perspective are: The efficacy of the treatment The time to onset of action The consistency of response form one attack to the next The...[read more]