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An Approach to Headaches in Primary Care - GP Webinar

Thursday 24th June 2021

6.30pm - 7.30pm

Since 2000 Dr Eli Silber has been a consultant at the King's Regional Neuroscience Centre and at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, London. After completing his neurology training in South Africa he worked as a senior registrar at Charing Cross Hospital. This was followed by a period of research at Guy’s Hospital investigating the immunology of the causes of disability in multiple sclerosis. His general neurology commitments include outpatient clinics (headache, epilepsy, Parkinson’s Disease), and inpatient consultations including input into the stroke unit.He set up and runs a nationally recognised regional multiple sclerosis service. This comprises a clinical service, teaching, and research into novel treatments and the holistic care of people with MS. In addition he has an interest in high altitude medicine, in particular the causes and treatment of high altitude headaches.

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6.30pm - Introduction

6.35pm - 'An Approach To Headaches In Primary Care' , Dr Eli Silber, Consultant Neurologist

6.55pm - Guest Speaker TBC

7.15pm - Q&A

7.30pm - Close

This webinar is suitable for GPs, nurses and other healthcare professionals with an interest in headache and migraine and will be CPD accredited.

Joining instructions will be sent prior to the webinar, please ensure you register on Eventbrite in order to receive this.

 This webinar will be uploaded on to our Youtube channel

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