SCHEDULE

THE 2018 EVENT WAS LIVE FROM APRIL 18-26.

YOU CAN STILL PREVIEW OR WATCH THE FIRST 5 MINS FROM ANY SESSION BY CLICKING ON THE TOPIC BELOW

DAY 3 | APRIL 20, 2018| TYPES & RISKS

DAY 7 | APRIL 24, 2018| MEDICINAL TREATMENTS

DAY 9 | APRIL 26, 2018| HIGHLIGHTS

  • Highlights from the 2018 Migraine World Summit Paula K. Dumas and Carl Cincinnato

THE 2018 EVENT WAS LIVE FROM APRIL 18-26.

YOU CAN STILL PREVIEW OR WATCH THE FIRST 5 MINS FROM ANY SESSION BY CLICKING ON THE TOPIC BELOW

DAY 1 | APRIL 18, 2018| ESSENTIALS

The Keys to Finding New Treatments                                         Peter Goadsby, MD
Aging with Migraine: Changes and Long-Term Effects             Allan Purdy, MD
How Migraine Affects Your Mood: Anxiety and Depression   Dawn C. Buse, PhD
Tips to Ensure You’re Getting the Best Care Possible              Timothy R. Smith, MD

DAY 2 | APRIL 19, 2018| UNDERSTANDING

The Mechanics of a Migraine in the Brain and Body                     David Dodick, MD
Understanding the Gut-Brain Connection in Migraine                 Trupti Gokani, MD
Migraine, Vision and Occipital Neuralgia                                         Kathleen Digre, MD
Migraine Triggers, Protectors and Severity Modifiers                   Alec Mian, PhD

DAY 3 | APRIL 20, 2018| TYPES & RISKS

6 Medications that can Make Migraine Worse      Andrew Charles, MD
Concussions, Brain Injuries and Migraine              Joel Saper, MD
Migraine, Heart and Stroke Risk                              Juliana VanderPluym, MD
Daily, Unresponsive Refractory Headache            Lawrence Newman, MD

DAY 4 | APRIL 21, 2018| TRIGGERS

Menopause, Hormones and Migraine                                       Anne MacGregor, MD
Surviving Weather-Related Migraine                                          Vince Martin, MD
TMD/TMJ Jaw-Related Headache Issues                                     Paul Mathew, MD
They Don’t Get It: Educating Family & Friends on Migraine    Teri Robert

DAY 5 | APRIL 22, 2018| SYMPTOMS

When Symptoms Change: Warning Signs to Watch For        William B. Young, MD
Vertigo, Sinus, Allergy and other Facial Symptoms                Frederick Godley, MD
Body Pain, Allodynia and Fibromyalgia                                    Gretchen Tietjen, MD
Cluster Headache: One Man’s Journey Through Pain            Scott Bruce

DAY 6 | APRIL 23, 2018| ALTERNATIVE TREATMENTS

Best Natural, Affordable and Free Treatments                                         Robert Cowan, MD
The Most Common Treatments Patients Use                                           Francois Cadiou
Using Acupressure and Acupuncture for Headache and Migraine       Andrew Shubov, MD
Cannabis for Migraine: Examining the Evidence                                      Stephen Silberstein, MD

DAY 7 | APRIL 24, 2018| MEDICINAL TREATMENTS

Treatment Spotlight: Triptans and Rebound                             Richard Lipton, MD
Treatment Spotlight: Nerve Blocks and Injections                    Andrew Blumenfeld, MD
Treatment Spotlight: Botox for Chronic Migraine                     Bronwyn Jenkins, MD
Treatment Spotlight: Anti CGRP Treatments for Migraine       Lars Edvinsson, MD
What to Expect at a Headache Clinic                                           Matthew Robbins, MD et al.

DAY 8 | APRIL 25, 2018| LIVING

Fighting Stigma: “Coming Out” as a Person with Migraine    Robert Shapiro, MD
Good Migraine Self-Care Practices                                            Audrey Craven
The Challenges of Living with Disability                                    Angie Glaser
How to Thrive in Your Career Despite Migraine                      Serene Branson

DAY 9 | APRIL 26, 2018| HIGHLIGHTS

Highlights from the 2018 Migraine World Summit        Co-Hosts Paula K. Dumas and Carl Cincinnato

What time is each session per day?

The Summit runs from April 18 – 26 and starts each day at 9am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) New York, USA. Use this free tool to convert EDT time into your own time zone.

Each day’s talks will be available for 24 hours. You may watch the day’s sessions in any order you wish for those 24 hours until the next day’s sessions begin.  

Is this the final schedule?

There may be slight adjustments to the current schedule. Please check this schedule page regularly to keep up to date with any changes that may occur before the event.

Why aren't all the talks available the whole week?

You will have 24 hours to listen to each day’s program, no matter your time zone. After 24 hours they will be replaced by the following day’s speakers. This is so that as much content as possible can be included in the Summit while not exhausting bandwidth restrictions, slowing speed or having to limit volumes during the week.

Everyone should have the opportunity to view these experts at no charge. That’s also why we’ve donated over $15,000 USD to charities, foundations and migraine groups who are working towards more research and support for migraine patients.

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