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EPISODIC AND CHRONIC MIGRAINE HEADACHE: BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS TO OPTIMAL TREATMENT AND PREVENTION
This CME initiative, led by 2 experts with clinical expertise in migraine management, includes a print and online supplement to Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain, the official journal of the American Headache Society. The 16-page print version was polybagged and distributed to all subscribers along with a monthly issue. The online version, converted into an interactive web monograph, includes hyperlinks to video vignettes and other important references and resources. The online version was posted on www.headachejournal.org and the neurology portal of www.paradigmmc.com.
This activity expired for credit January 31, 2016
EPISODIC AND CHRONIC MIGRAINE HEADACHES: TRANSFORMING SCIENCE INTO CLINICAL SUCCESS
This case-based, on-demand webinar discusses differential diagnosis, proper utilization of the latest guidelines and new agents in the treatment of migraine. It incorporates didactic presentation, video lecture, and case-enhanced vignettes with embedded videos to illustrate unique delivery systems and management techniques. The webinar is hosted on Paradigm's website, www.paradigmmc.com, and distributed via myCME. The live portion of this activity includes a series of meetings with didactic lecture, real-world case studies, and a hands-on workshop focusing on therapies with unique delivery systems.
SHARPENING FIBROMYALGIA DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS: IMPROVING THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE
This CME/CE-certified, on-demand webinar was designed for primary care practitioners and other clinicians who manage patients with fibromyalgia. During the presentation, 2 expert clinicians, a patient with fibromyalgia, and a representative of a fibromyalgia patient advocacy group discuss and debate criteria that suggest a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, evidence-based pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatment strategies, and communication strategies to improve active listening and foster and open dialogue with these patients.
This activity expired for credit November 11, 2014