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Register to attend in person or virtually to join this valuable session which will address:
- Landscape of Acute & Preventative Treatments
- Live Non-invasive Device Demonstration
- Complementary Life Style Strategies
- Interactive Panel Discussion
- Experiential Modality Session
In light of the current COVID guidelines and restrictions, we have redesigned the Education Series to be hybrid, free, and shorter in length while still delivering up to the moment information and valuable education on migraine and other headache diseases.
Our usual Education Day is delivered through lectures and experiential sessions. Our new format will include both, when possible. We vary the sessions topics so you can attend those that are of interest to you. Topics will cover coping strategies, advocacy, reducing stigma, research, and medical advancements. All presenters will field your questions. Join us for as many events as you are able. Each event will feature different content
Annika Ehrlich, NP
HCOP Hawaii Migraine Program Bio
Annika Ehrlich is a Nurse Practitioner at the UCSF Headache Center in San Francisco and has been caring for patients with headache disorders since 2007. She holds a Master of Science in Nursing from the UCSF School of Nursing. She is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner and certified Neuroscience Nurse and holds an Additional Qualification in Headache from the National Headache Foundation.
She sits on the board of the Headache Cooperative of the Pacific and is also a board member with the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy.
Her interests include hospital and clinic care for patients, new and developing treatments, advocacy, underserved populations, research, interdisciplinary care and integrative medicine. She teaches mindfulness with Miles for Migraine and enjoys collaborating with colleagues in clinical research. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Nursing Practice at the UCSF School of Nursing.
Susan Hutchinson, MD
Susan L. Hutchinson, MD, is board certified in Family Medicine and has a subspecialty in Headache.
She is the Director and Founder, Orange County Migraine & Headache Center, Irvine, California. She is also on the Volunteer Faculty Department in the Department of Family Medicine at UC-Irvine Medical Center.
She concentrates on the management of migraine and mood disorders with a special interest in the relationship of both conditions to hormones.
Dr. Hutchinson is a national speaker on both migraines and depression and was awarded the National Headache Foundation Lectureship Award in February 2003 in recognition of her contribution to headache education. She was selected as a Physician of Excellence by the Orange County Medical Association in January 2007. She served as Chair of the Women’s Issues Section of American Headache Society (AHS) from 2005-2010 and is the Immediate Past- President of the Headache Cooperative of the Pacific (HCOP).
She is a Past-President of the Orange County Chapter of the California Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP). In recent years, she has co- authored numerous journal articles and chapters on the subject of migraine. In 2013, Dr. Hutchinson wrote and published her first book to be used as a resource for female migraine sufferers.
Judy Lane, MD
Dr Lane is a board-certified neurologist with sub-specialty headache training. She is a Fellow of the American Headache Society. Having had her own headache practice for many years, she now practices with “Neurology of the Rockies”. She graduated from medical school at the University of Colorado and completed residency at the University of North Carolina.
She lectures frequently to peer groups about headache evaluation and management and enjoys traveling, food and wine.
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