Invitation to nominate a young colleague or yourself for iHEAD, an education programme designed to inspire a long-term commitment to Headache.15/07/2014
IHS and EHF members are invited to nominate candidates or, if applicable, yourself to attend the Second European International Headache Academy (iHEAD) to be held in Leiden, the Netherlands from Friday 31st October to Sunday 2nd November 2014.
The iHEAD meeting is targeted at identifying, training, supporting and mentoring future leaders in headache research. You may find all necessary details in the attached document.
The requested nomination documents should be submitted as ONE PDF by 15th August at the very latest to Carol Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please note that nomination documents not submitted as one pdf cannot be considered. Please do NOT include pictures, logo’s or any other additional items which may unnecessarily increase the bit size of the PDF document - just plain text will suffice.
Deadline for nominations: 15 August 2014
See attached document for more information.
The first IHS Visiting Professor Programme in Sub-Saharan Africa was held in Dakar, Senegal from 19-20th June 2014.30/06/2014
The First IHS Visiting Professor Programme in Sub-Saharan Africa was held in Dakar, Senegal from 19-20th June 2014. Professor Jean Schoenen visited the Neurology Department of the Cheikh Anta Driop University in Dakar where he taught to around 50 neurologists and neurology residents. The report by Dr Yannick Fogang is available.
The first IHS Visiting Professor programme in Serbia was held in May 2014, and welcomed Professor Dr Cristina Tassorelli from the Mondini Instit...17/06/2014
The first IHS Visiting Professor programme in Serbia was held in May 2014, and welcomed Professor Dr Cristina Tassorelli from the Mondini Institute, Pavia, Italy. The meeting also brought together eminent neurologists from Serbia. A report by Dr Srdjan Sretenovic, Centre for Headache and Migraine in Belgrade, and the local organiser, is available.
The 2nd IASP/IHS joint symposium was held recently in Siena, Italy, attracting almost 100 young scientists16/06/2014
The 2nd IASP/IHS joint symposium was held April in Siena, Italy. 94 invited young scientists from 21 countries participated, from both IASP and IHS.
The main objective of the joint meetings is to introduce young scientists from each society to the other, to stimulate discussion between the two societies, and to improve knowledge of pain mechanisms, diagnosis and management of headache and other chronic pain states.
The full report of the meeting from the IHS organiser, Arne May, is attached.
The book is the outcome of from sessions of a joint symposium of IASP and the International Headache Society10/03/2014
Headache and other types of pain have some common characteristics concerning pain generation and chronicity. But some distinct pathophysiological processes are unique to the headache. This book explores pain mechanisms, diagnosis, and management of headache and other chronic pain through sessions of a joint symposium of IASP and the International Headache Society. This book, edited by Ralf Baron (IASP) and Arne May (IHS), represents the current state of scientific discussions of the respective fields in both pain areas.
See the IASP website for more information
About the poster library
The poster library comprises a collection of posters presented by eminent authors.
In the main, most posters are from the International Headache Congress but content is also periodically available from EHMTIC and other events.
The posters are available as downloadable PDF files.