Migraine Resource Network is a comprehensive educational initiative for clinicians seeking current and emerging information on migraine headache. Our mission is to provide ongoing medical education that embodies evidence-based scientific data, current treatment strategies, and the insightful knowledge of expert faculty. Our goal is to support your ongoing dedication to optimizing treatment outcomes for your patients.

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This section of MigraineResourceNetwork.com is dedicated to providing the practicing clinician with up-to-the-minute interactive programs, information, and clinical perspectives on the latest developments in the field of migraine. Through these video, audio and text programs, you’ll be able to listen and see what clinical experts are thinking and talking about now, hear how your colleagues treat a variety of cases, and review the most relevant and timely abstracts in the fields of migraine and headache.

  • In the Know: Hear and see expert answers to some of your most frequently asked questions about migraine in these 1 to 2 minute videos.

  • Video Commentaries: Clinical experts address a broad spectrum of topics that support improved understanding, diagnosis and/or treatment of migraine in these 7 to 10 minute videos.

  • Cases in Practice: Experts and peers present focused case presentations and their resolution in these engaging slide-audio programs

  • In Brief: Read selected abstracts from the published literature that address diverse topics in the fields of migraine and headache.

Please use the navigation links to the right to find the content that answers your specific questions; note that when new information is posted, the prior content is archived and available for your review at any time. So check back often, as new information is added to each of these areas regularly!

Finally, if you have a question that you’d like answered or a suggestion for a new commentary or case, please Contact Us, with “Suggested Topic” in the subject line.

Thank you!