Migraine Management for Practitioners Course
There are 6.4 million people suffering from migraine, with a total economic cost of $40 billion.
Migraines could cause nausea, loss of speech, and temporary blindness.
People who suffer from migraine have to suffer in silence due to the lack of understanding and the social stigma.
It affects their way of life, and interrupts their professional lives and productivity.
This makes migraine Australia's most underestimated and worst managed disability.
This course will help healthcare practitioners be informed with the latest clinical advancement for migraine sufferers.
Accreditation: RACGP Category 1 – 40 points
What can you learn from this course?
- Identify chronic migraine patients and commence patient-specific preventative therapy.
- Develop a checklist to assist patients who are at high risk of medication overuse and implement appropriate preventative options.
- Prepare a comprehensive psychosocial assessment and implement holistic care for headache patients with special attention to non-pharmacological approaches (stress management, daily walks, good sleep hygiene).
- Develop a comprehensive management plan for acute management of migraine and recognise the two clinical goals in acute management.
- Recognise the dangerous red flags such as subarachnoid haemorrhage or acute stroke presenting with headache.
To learn more about the course offered by the Mobile Learning Unit please visit http://go.unimelb.edu.au/he2r