If You Are A Headache Practitioner Or Researcher
Headache Cooperative of the Pacific
Headache is the most common neurological complaint in outpatient medical practice. It is responsible for billions of dollars in direct and indirect costs to the economy and is a leading cause of disability in patients. Despite the many advances in understanding migraine pathophysiology and the development of new treatments, there remain unmet needs. Headache specialists realize that primary care providers and general neurologists stand on the front line and could benefit from more education and support in working with this challenging population.
The Headache Cooperative of the Pacific (HCOP) is going to the Pacific Northwest for a one-day symposium offering a low-cost CME program on Headache and Migraine diagnosis and management for general neurologists and primary care providers. Leading experts will discuss the latest diagnostic tools, treatment strategies, and developments in pharmaceutical and device strategies. The sessions will be interactive with ample opportunity for comments and questions.
Click on the button below to register. Registration is $25.00 per person. Breakfast and lunch are included. Seating is limited so register now!