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The National Neurology Resident Headache Course was held at the Women's College Hospital in Toronto in October. This year, our guest speaker was Deborah Friedman, from Texas, who gave excellent presentations on Headache and the eye and Pseudotumor Cerebri. For the...read more
Many neurology residents in Canada do not have access to proper training in headache medicine. In Toronto though, things have been much improved since Dr Christine Lay and Jonathan Gladstone took charge. There is a now a one-month elective available to neurology...read more
Not enough time is dedicated to headache in GP residency programs. There is a huge need for more guidance on headache medicine for family practitioners. Dr Werner Becker, director of the Calgary Headache Program (CHAMP), and treasurer of our society, has recently...read more
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About the Canadian Headache Society
The Canadian Headache Society is a scientific society of health care professionals dedicated to headache medicine. CHS was created in 1988. Our goals include research, education of patients, residents and physicians, and promotion of better care for patients suffering from headache disorders.
Headache Forum Services
CHS members can join our Headache Forum and benefit from expert advice from CHS members on headache topics. The CHS Headache Forum is a platform for collegial discussion, not official consults.
If you are a neurology resident, this section is for you. The CHS is dedicated to helping residents to improve their knowledge and skills on headache management. You will see tons of headache patients during your career! Here are our services for residents.
BECOME A CHS MEMBER
We need your help! Here’s how to contribute to headache care in Canada. Join us. Membership to the CHS will help us pursuing our activities. Your membership fees (200$ per year) help us accomplish more.