The WHS Headache Medicine Course is aimed at doctors who are looking to further their knowledge and skills in headache medicine specialization. This interactive, modular course provides scientific and clinical knowledge through online lectures, several opportunities of clinical case discussions, case-based learning through synchronous sessions with faculty and research supervisors. This program is delivered on a learning management system platform in synchronous live discussions as well as asynchronous faculty power point presentations with references. The online course “Reducing the knowledge gap in headache” will be conducted by experts of the World Headache Society.
A professional graduate degree in Medicine (MBBS) or equivalent from a WHO recognised Medical School (https://www.wdoms.org/). Applicants must hold a full registration to practice modern medicine in their home country. Applicants who hold an associate or a life membership of the World Headache Society and in good standing with the organisation are eligible to apply for Fellowship of the World Headache Society after successfully completing the course.
This educational program provides an in-depth exploration of the intricate relationship between the visual system and the nervous system. Neuro-Ophthalmology delves into the complex interplay between neurology and ophthalmology, addressing conditions that impact vision and eye movements.
The primary subjects covered in this course encompass abnormalities of the optic nerve and pupils, disorders impacting the movement of the eyes, hidden or subtle vision impairments, and neuro-ophthalmic expressions related to specific systemic illnesses.
Each module incorporates instruction on examination methodologies, essential signs and symptoms in neuro-ophthalmology, clinical observations, and suitable approaches to management
A flagship course of the World Headache Society, a global society promoting headache education. A hybrid course covering the whole of headache medicine and headache interventions. The first of its kind in the world. This enables clinicians treating headaches to get the best of didactic distance learning and teaching, along with hands-on training as part of a 2-week intensive clinical attachment and management of real-world patients at a headache centres, by some of the world’s best headache medicine teachers. The only course in the world to provide both conventional headache medicine and advanced headache interventions seamlessly woven into a hybrid program with emphasis on distance learning as well as incorporating the much-needed clinic – and lab-based training methods. Those who complete the course are also elected and certified as Fellow of the World Headache Society (FWHS)
Essential requirement: MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS/ BNYS/ BHMS/ BSMS/ BUMS from a recognized university with registration in a licensing authority from any country recognized by the United Nations. Desirable entry specialization: Internal Medicine, Pain Medicine, Orofacial pain, Neurology, Neurosurgery, ENT, Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Family Medicine
Headaches and facial pains are among the most common symptoms in current clinical practice and Headache Neurology has established itself as a sub specialization of Neurology.
More often than not, patients with headaches and facial pains end up with CT / MR imaging of the brain. In order to serve the patients better, it is very important for Radiologists and Clinicians to be up to date with imaging findings in Headaches and Facial pains.
This unique Mini Fellowship by World Headache Society is designed to address these specific issues. We will take you through the course in a structured and comprehensive manner covering different spectrum of pathologies you may come across in your day-to-day practice of headaches and facial pains.
– Clinicians who are actively involved in management of headaches and facial pains on a daily basis.
– Clinicians who want to strengthen their concepts of Neuroimaging in headaches and facial pains.
– Young clinicians who want to specialize in “Neuroimaging in headaches and facial pains” but cannot take dedicated fellowship programs.
– Radiology residents who want to learn structured approach to Neuroimaging in headaches and facial pains
– Practicing General Radiologists who want to strengthen their concepts, clear their doubts and update themselves on advances of Neuroimaging in headaches and facial pains.
The WHS Course with a specialized focus on Research Statistics. This fellowship program is designed to provide a unique and comprehensive learning experience for individuals passionate about conducting research in the field of headaches . The program integrates advanced statistical methodologies with in-depth knowledge of headache disorders to equip fellows with the skills needed to excel in research and clinical practice.
The course includes didactic lectures and workshops, research projects, mentorship and guidance by the expertise of distinguished faculty members and a hands-on, experiential learning approach.
Essential requirement: MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS/ BNYS/ BHMS/ BSMS/ BUMS from a recognized university with registration in a licensing authority from any country recognized by the United Nations.
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