The British Association for the Study of Headache is running an educational course in Birmingham. The course moves in location around the UK each year and this year will be held at the Medical School, University of Birmingham. National experts in headache will meet to present an up to date practical approached to managing headache. Topics will range from essential examination tips, red flags, who to refer, when to imaging and management. The course is aimed at primary care physicians, specialist trainees as well and neurologist and allied health professionals seeing and managing headache.
Places are limited and the registration fee £25 (BASH will sponsor the event).
Register online today with a credit/debit card via the University's online shop.
Royal College of Physicians Accreditation has been applied for. The event is expected to receive 6 CPD points.
|| Registration and refreshments
|| Alex Sinclair, Birmingham
|| Migraine Trust
|| Arlene Wilkie
| Chair: Alex Sinclair, Birmingham
|| History and Examination for headache
|| Giles Elrington, London
|| Examining the fundus: Tips & Tricks
|| Susie Mollan, Birmingham
||Spotting Red flags - When to image and when to refer or investigate
||Nick Silver, Liverpool
|| Headache’s in the Emergency room: + cases
|| Stuart Weatherby, Plymouth
|| Giant Cell arteritis
|| Susie Mollan
| Chair: Richard Peatfield, London
|| Migraine diagnosis, recognising aura & when to investigate
|| Anish Bahra, London
|| Acute and preventative treatment of migraine: indications & contraindications (triptans)
|| Mark Weatherall, London (include MOH)
|| Dizzy headache patients: vestibular migraine diagnosis and treatment
|| Louisa Murdin, London
| Chair: Alok Tyagi, Glasgow
|| Headache cases
|| Fayyaz Ahmed, Hull
|| TAC’s: diagnosis and treatment
|| Manjit Matharu, London
|| Neuromodulation and new drugs
|| Peter Goadsby, London
| Chair: Fayyaz Ahmed, Hull
|| Trigeminal neuralgia: diagnosis, imaging and treatment
|| Giorgio Lambru, London
|| Rare headaches
|| Alok Tyagi, Glasgow
|| Headaches and hormones
|| Manuela Fontebasso, York
How to register
Registration is £25, you can register online with a debit/credit card via the online shop.
Registration closes on Tuesday 23rd May.
Centre for Professional Development, Medical School, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, B15 2TT.
Download a map and directions.
If you have any queries please email the MDS Events Team, firstname.lastname@example.org.