Migraine is a common underdiagnosed condition that is a significant cause of disability in Australia and worldwide. It affects women more than men at a ratio of around 3:1, with women also reporting a longer attack duration, increased risk of headache recurrence, greater disability, and a longer period of time required to recover.
By the end of this vodcast, participants will be able to:
- Describe the diagnostic features of migraine.
- Review current and future migraine treatment strategies in a general practice setting.
- Facilitate timely referral of patients with difficult-to-treat migraine via appropriate referral pathways.
General practitioners are invited to self-accredit this activity if they think it is appropriate for their needs and practice. It will take approximately 1 hour to complete.
Other healthcare professionals can still enrol and complete this course. You will receive a certificate upon completion.
If you do not already have an account with Arterial Education, you will be required to create one. This verifies that you are a healthcare professional and allows you to log your learning activities.