Migraine Education Hub

Education on the Treatment of Migraines

Clinical Resources & Education on Migraines

Migraine affects approximately 44 million people in the United States and one billion people globally. The personal, professional, and financial costs through lost productivity and quality of life are immense. Despite its prevalence and impact on individuals, families, and society, migraine is under-recognized, underdiagnosed, and undertreated.

Migraine Educational Material

Interviews with patients integrated into the educational activities uncovered chronic migraine episodes that sidelined careers, interrupted social engagements, and impacted individuals’ ability to function. Patients look to their health care providers to share information, insights, and experience as part of shared decision-making to find multimodal treatment strategies that will curtail the disability of migraine.

New agents targeting the calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) pathway have shown great promise and have led to excitement within the migraine community. Our goal for the Migraine Digital Hub is to provide educational activities, clinical information, resources, and assessment  for the diagnosis and management of migraine. Our end goal is to improve the lives of individuals with migraine.

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Stopping Pain in Its Tracks: Optimizing Acute Migraine Therapy

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In this CME Outfitters Live and OnDemand program, expert faculty will discuss strategies for addressing the challenges in the management of acute migraine, efficacy and safety data of recently approved therapies, and how best to implement patient-centered approaches to individualize treatment strategies for patients with migraine.

Screeners/Assessment Tools

Clinical Guidelines

Migraine Reading Room

Patient Perspectives

Discover additional accredited CME/CE activities and patient resources on the Virtual Education Hub.

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