The International Headache Congress

IHS and EHF joint congress 2021
Headache science to optimise patient care
8–12 September 2021

Conference Details

Welcome letter of the congress chairs

Teaching Courses

8 September 2021

Take a look at all Teaching Courses which will be offered on the first congress day of the International Headache Congress 2021. Please be aware that some Teaching Courses run in parallel streams.

Please note that Teaching Courses 3 and 9 come as a package - if you book one of them you can attend the other one free of charge.
All Teaching Courses will take place on 8 September 2021.

Registration

Note: The booking of the first Teaching Course is free of charge for juniors. Each further course will be charged with 40 €.


Teaching Course 1

Topic
Paediatric & adolescent headache

Time
08:30–10:00 (CEST)

Chair
Aynur Özge (TR)

Lectures
Impact of hormones in adolescence: Do they change the brain? (Marta Torres-Ferrus, ES)
Emergency headache care in children (Amy Gelfand, US)
Practice guideline update (Andrew Hershey, US)

Teaching Course 2

Topic
Headache research update & a look into the future

Time
08:30–10:00 (CEST)

Chair
Marta Vila-Pueyo (GB)

Lectures
Behavior animal models in headache research (Hayrunnisa Bolay, TR)
Structural and Functional Imaging in Headache: An Update on Research Findings (Catherine Chong, US)

Book one and attend the other one free of charge!

Teaching Course 3

Topic
Clinical cases on secondary headaches: Real world perspectives

Time
18:45–20:15 (CEST)

Chair
Fayyaz Ahmed (GB)

Lectures
Red flags and most common secondary headaches (Karina Velezy, MX)
Clinical diagnostics and technical investigations (Sait Ashina, US)
High and low pressure headaches, vascular headaches (Yared Zenebe Zewde, ET)

Teaching Course 9

Topic
Clinical cases on secondary headaches: Real world perspectives

Time
08:30–10:00 (CEST)

Chair
Charles Siow (SG)

Lectures
Red flags and most common secondary headaches (Byung-Kun Kim, KR)
Clinical diagnostics and technical investigations (Bronwyn Jenkins, AU)
High and low pressure headaches, vascular headaches (Shuu-Jiun Wang, TW)

Teaching Course 4

Topic
Ethical issues in headache medicine

Time
18:45–20:15 (CEST)

Chair
Allan Purdy (CA)

Lectures
Professional ethics for headache medicine practitioners (Morris Levin, US)
Research and publication ethics in headache medicine (Thomas Ward, US)
Ethical issues involving diversity, equity and inclusion in headache (Cynthia Armand, US)

Teaching Course 5

Topic
Advance practice providers/nurses teaching course

Time
10:30–12:00 (CEST)

Chair
Annette Vangaa Rasmussen (DK)

Lectures
The role of the nurse in headache care (Susie Lagrata, DK)
Headache education for patients: Tips & tricks (Carol Barch, US)
Advanced treatments for headache: Anti-CGRP MABs, OnabotulinumtoxinA, emergency room (Andreas Gantenbein, CH)

Teaching Course 6

Topic
Nonpharmacologic headache treatment: Case-based

Time
10:30–12:00 (CEST)

Chair
Dawn C. Buse (US)

Lectures
Lifestyle management (diet, vitamins and supplements, exercise, trigger avoidance) (Mansoureh Togha, IR)
Biobehavioral therapies (cognitive behavioral therapy, biofeedback, relaxation therapies, mindfulness, established and novel methods of delivery) (Rebecca Erwin Wells, US)
Neuromodulation (Jose Miguel Lainez, ES)

Teaching Course 7

Topic
Preclinical science primer for the clinician

Time
10:30–12:00 (CEST)

Chair
Andrew Charles (US)

Lectures
Update on genetics and possible clinical impact (Arn van den Maagdenberg, NL)
Mapping the migraine brain: Where is it taking us? (Laura Fischer-Schulte, DE)
Neurophysiological tests in migraine: What can we learn? (Delphine Magis, BE)

Teaching Course 8

Topic
Publishing and statistical issues in headache

Time
10:30–12:00 (CEST)

Chair
Elizabeth Loder (US)

Lectures
Editors perspective: How to properly select papers (Rebecca Burch, US)
Endpoints, safety, placebo: How not to misuse data (Dana Turner, DE)
How can we improve the impact that headache has? (Julio Pascual, ES)