Migraine CME

NeuroSeriesLive and Jefferson Headache Center announce their upcoming event about migraine treatments, which is entitled “Treatment Choices in Acute Migraine Management: Selecting Appropriate Use for Individual Patients.” The interactive online CME session includes Stephen D. Silberstein, MD and Michael J. Marmura, MD from the Center.

Dr. Silberstein, the Director of the Jefferson Headache Center, Thomas Jefferson University and his colleague Dr. Marmura will discuss the latest science for migraine treatment options.

Migraine Topics Include:

  • Rationale, timing and patient suitability for acute migraine treatment
  • Use of migraine drug therapies, their benefits and limitations
  • Appropriate use, timing/absorption, and pros/cons of different drug delivery systems including oral, transdermal, injection and intranasal
  • Individualized acute treatment options for migraines based on specific characteristics of the attack

We invite all doctors and health care practitioners to join us for this approximately 50-minute complimentary session. The event takes place on Friday, January 15th from 1 pm to 2 pm, Eastern Time. Participants will have the chance to ask questions during the live session, give their opinion through polling on treatment options, and see the latest research.

NeuroSeriesLive will simulcast this free event with PainCareLive.com. The Migraine CME Symposium is an online event that includes all of the features of a live medical conference, including streaming video lectures, panel discussions and case presentations, as well as interactive activities such as real-time question and answer sessions with top faculty and other participants.

The session will be available On Demand immediately after airtime. Other On Demand Sessions you can watch now include:

Treatment Choices in MS Care: Which is the Correct Disease-Modifying Therapy?

Dr. Bruce Cohen, MD, FAAN, FANA, FACP from Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine and Dr. Robert P. Lisak, MD, FAAN, FRCP, Wayne State University School of Medicine.


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