Friday 23rd June 2023
LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT: All Wales Headache Toolkit – Launch Event
Virtual Online Event
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About this event
Join us for the Live Virtual “All Wales Headache Toolkit” Launch Event
An interactive 60-minute live virtual event for all primary and secondary care healthcare professionals who are involved in the differential diagnosis of headache, and the management of primary headache disorders.
During the event the panel will launch the All Wales Headache Toolkit. Developed in partnership with NHS Wales’ Neurological Conditions Implementation Group (NCIG), funded through the Bevan Commission Planned Care Innovation Programme, the All Wales Headache Toolkit comprises pathways to support frontline teams in the differential diagnosis of headache, as well as the management of some of the most common types of headache disorders in practice.
The event will be hosted on Microsoft Teams and the event link will be sent out on the morning of the event, but in case this has not been received you can use the “link to join event on teams” button below. Please note that until the event starts at 12pm on Friday 23rd June 2023, a “this live event hasn’t started” message will show.
The event will be recorded, and a video made available on the All Wales ICST Platform for those unable to attend the event live.
Please note: If you are intending to watch the event from a mobile device, you will need to ensure that you have the Microsoft Teams Mobile app installed on your device as Microsoft Teams Live events are not supported via mobile web browsers.
During the event we will cover:
- Introducing the guidelines
- Working through the differential diagnosis of headache in primary care
- Medication overuse headache
- Pharma and non-pharmacological management steps for migraine, tension-type headache and cluster headaches in practice
- The ongoing management of primary headaches
- Q&A Session
The event panel includes:
- Professor Charlotte Lawthom – Consultant Neurologist
- Dr Stephen Cotton – GP with Special Interest in Neurology
- James Atter – Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist