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 practical, real-world tools and resources that will support the practice and the management of patients with migraine. Each of these convenient, easy-to-use forms are downloadable, and are designed to support you in the assessment, diagnosis and management of patients with migraine, to facilitate your documentation processes, or to streamline and improve patient communication.

  • FastFacts: FastFacts is designed to offer a quick overview of the utility of a specific tool, instructions on how to administer the questions, and a description of the appropriate type of patient, as well as other helpful tips to assist in the management of a patient with headache and common comorbidities.

  • Assessment Tools: These simple, easy-to-use patient tools will facilitate screening and assessment for migraine and headache-related disability

  • Treatment Guidelines: These guidelines, developed by the US Headache Consortium, provide detailed guidance on behavioral and physical treatments of migraine, neuroimaging and pharmacologic management of both acute attacks and migraine prevention

  • Menstrual Migraine Calendar: This easy-to-use downloadable calendar allows patients to track their menstrual cycle, the days they experience headache, pain intensity and specific triggers

  • Patient Diary: These downloadable basic, daily, and monthly calendars track not only the days patients experience headaches or migraines and the description and intensity of the pain, but also the impact of the episodes on their daily activities, the medications they take and the analgesia received from their therapeutic regimen


Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 January 2010 15:26