The target audience of this meeting is young clinicians and scientists who have an interest in headache science and who are based in the Caucasus region and geoculturally related areas. The concept is to bring juniors with significant experience in headache research from Western Europe and USA to the region to present their own work, network with and provide inspiration to the regional delegates. The meeting will be facilitated by top international experts, who will lecture on the latest advances and methodology in the field and provide the delegates with the tools they need to start research of their own.
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The German Society for Migraine and Headache (DMKG), in cooperation with the Swiss Headache Society (SKG) and the Austrian Headache Society (ÖKSG), invites you to join the eigth joint congress in Lindau. This is your chance to have an intensive exchange with your German-speaking colleagues on the subject of headaches.
The Leiden Headache Center with international top experts, will take the audience on a journey through trendsetting research, treatment options for migraine and other headaches. They will discuss questions such as: what are monoclonal CGRP antibodies? What is chronic migraine and what about medication overuse? Are headaches different in women than in men and which types of secondary headaches can be treated well?
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The XXVI World Congress of Neurology (WCN 2023) will take place on 13 – 19 October 2023 in Montreal, Canada. WCN 2023 will bring together leading scientists, public health experts, policy-makers to translate recent momentous scientific advances into action that will address means to end the epidemic, within the current context of significant global economic challenges.
The Polish Headache Society (PTBG) was established in 1988 and comes from the tradition of the Migraine Research Section of the Polish Neurological Society, which has existed since 1974.
The society brings together doctors of various specialties and psychologists dealing with headaches. The aim of the Society's activities is to help people suffering from headaches by promoting, supporting and developing research in this field. To achieve these goals, under the patronage of the Society, conferences, symposia and scientific meetings are organized, as well as trainings for neurologists and family doctors - lecture cycles - the Migraine School and the Academy of Headache were conducted in several Polish cities. The Society also publishes the MIGRENA periodical, and has also prepared the Polish edition of the current classification of headaches. It is also represented internationally at the European Headache Foundation (EHF) and the International Headache Society (IHS).