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In this video, Stephanie Nahas, MD, MSEd, reviews take-home messages for headache specialists on the use of telemedicine.
In this video, Neurology Learning Network’s Migraine Section Editor Stephanie Nahas, MD, reviews key developments in the field of headache and migraine this year, including new therapeutics, virtual conferences, and more. A full transcript is provided.
In this video, Stephanie Nahas, MD, MSEd, offers strategies that could help improve the telemedicine experience for both patients and providers when caring for patients with migraine during the ongoing pandemic.
In this video, Stephanie Nahas, MD, MSEd, discusses the pros and cons of telemedicine for the management and treatment of migraine during the ongoing pandemic.
In this video, Stephanie J. Nahas, MD, MSEd, discusses how the ongoing pandemic has affected symptoms, management, and treatment among patients with migraine.
In this video, Regina Krel, MD, discusses what can and cannot be accomplished in a telehealth visit for the management of migraine during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this video, Regina Krel, MD, discusses challenges that arose during the pandemic when it came to administering migraine treatments to her patients, especially during the shelter-in-place order in New Jersey, and how she overcame these challenges.
In this video, Regina Krel, MD, discusses the emotional impact of the ongoing pandemic on her patients with migraine.
In this video, Stewart Tepper, MD, discusses the findings from his recent trial on the long-term efficacy of erenumab among patients with chronic migraine with or without acute medication overuse, and how erenumab has changed the way he practices.
In this video, Dr Buse discusses the findings of the OVERCOME Study, in which she and her colleagues investigated the influence of acute treatment optimization on disability and health-related quality of life among people with migraine.
In this podcast, Dr Robbins discusses how the ongoing pandemic has impacted headache medicine thus far, key areas of future research going forward, and what neurologists should keep in mind as the pandemic wears on. He recently gave a talk about this topic at the American Headache Society Virtual Annual Scientific Meeting.