A Podcast Series

Nearly 40 million people in the United States suffer from migraine, which poses a large burden not just on patient function and quality of life, but also on healthcare economic resources. Despite this all-encompassing impact, many patients remain undiagnosed; among those who do receive a migraine diagnosis, there is an average gap of approximately 4 years between diagnosis and treatment initiation. This series helps to close the gaps in migraine diagnosis and treatment initiation by providing healthcare professionals with expert commentary on the differential diagnosis of migraine, acute and preventive treatment options, and strategies to incorporate shared decision-making into patient treatment plans. For each podcast episode, listeners can earn 0.50 credit hours, including pharmacology credit for NPs.

As an extension of this podcast series, each clinician has provided a nonaccredited ClinicalThought commentary to delve deeper into topics covered in the podcasts: nonpharmacologic options for migraine management and menstrual migraine.

Faculty

Karen A. Williams, DNP, FNP-BC, AQH President KDW Health Management Pensacola, Florida

Maureen Moriarty, DNP, ANP-BC Associate Professor Director Malek School of Nursing Professions Marymount University Arlington, Virginia Owner Moriarty Associates Westminster, Maryland

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