We all find ourselves living through an unprecedented public health crisis with the emergence of the global pandemic caused by COVID-19. Those living with migraine and other disabling headache disorders will continue to require care, and as healthcare providers, we will need to adapt. The American Headache Society is dedicated to helping our members and the community during this time by providing useful, thoughtful and actionable resources.
Resources from AHS
The American Headache Society is committed to sharing real-time information about practicing headache medicine during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Read below for the latest from our team.
Dawn Buse, PhD, FAHS, discusses some of the challenges faced by healthcare providers during the… Read More
Melissa Rayhill, MD, FAHS, discusses how to best tailor virtual educational opportunities to the headache… Read More
Nina Riggins, MD, PhD, explains safe and effective alternative treatment plans for migraine in the… Read More
Jennifer Robblee, MD, shares best practices for a virtual headache visit In the wake of… Read More
AHS Member Jaclyn Duvall, MD, explains how to implement telemedicine in your headache clinic When… Read More
New insights about virtual care are especially relevant as hospitals face COVID-19 pandemic An article… Read More
Telemedicine and precaution can provide relief safely, according to Nina Riggins, MD, Ph.D, and Rashmi… Read More