9th November - Migraine in the Reproductive Years
Join us for the first of this three-part migraine webinar series. Detailing all types of migraine through a woman’s life course – the reproductive years, during pregnancy and through menopause.
This webinar will take a look at practical tips for managing migraines, including the role of hormones, menstrual-related attacks, lifestyle and supplements. Along with top tips, preventative options will also be discussed, such as medications, injections and neuromodulation devices and the link between contraception and migraines.
Dr Katy Munro Headache Specialist GP
Dr Munro was a GP partner for 25 years and now works as a Headache Specialist GP for the National Migraine Centre, a charity providing consultations to people with migraine on a voluntary donation basis.
She co-founded and hosts 'Heads Up' podcast, Podcast of the Year 2021 finalist in the Medical Journalists Awards. Her book, 'Managing Your Migraine', Penguin Life Expert Series, aims to empower people with migraine to manage their condition better through understanding what is going on.
She has taught widely on migraine and is currently Secretary and Council member of the British Association for the Study of Headache (BASH). She co-organises their GPwSI regular educational meetings.
Dr Caroline Cooper Sexual and Reproductive Health, Cambridge
Dr Cooper trained in general practice, and currently works in a community clinic in Cambridge, providing integrated contraception and sexual health services and a complex IUC and implant referral service. She is a member of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and has served on their education and international affairs committees. She is the director for Bayer Pharma’s intrauterine contraception training programme which offers training in IUC fitting to GPs and nurses across the UK. Caroline is committed to providing high quality education for health care professionals, and to empowering women through providing choice in sexual and reproductive health.
This webinar is intended for UK healthcare professionals only.
It has been supported by Pfizer. Pfizer have had no involvement in, or influence over the content.