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Neuroscience Educational Materials
These are focused resources for self-study. You will find for a specific topic different educational materials like videos, slides and other resources.
Conversations in Motion Migraine and Headache Disorders Program
How to enhance patient–healthcare provider interactions
Helps patients reach their treatment goals. This resource identifies how making positive lifestyle adjustments may help patients improve their depression. It also provides a checklist to help patients get started.
Discusses possible causes of depression such as hormones, family history, and life events. This resource provides a list of common symptoms of depression and a worksheet for patients to create a care plan with their healthcare provider.
Covers how depression affects men differently than women, from the unique signs and symptoms to the ways they cope. This resource highlights how men can help manage their depression and provides a progress tracker.
Provides a list of questions and topics for patients to consider before visiting their healthcare provider. It is designed for patients to take with them to medical visits to help make the most of their time with the provider.
Discusses the different ways depression may present itself in women across their lifespan, including premenstrual syndrome, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, postpartum depression, and menopause. It also addresses the prevalence of depression in women.
Provides information on migraine disease including symptoms, phases, and management. The brochure describes the nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic options available to help manage migraine for both acute attacks and preventive migraine treatment.
Helps patients learn more about the potential causes of migraine, triggers, symptoms associated with a migraine attack, and the phases of migraine. Provides tips on how to help manage migraine either before or during an attack.