Fred Cohen, MD: Combining CGRPs and OnabotulinumtoxinA for Migraine Prevention
The internal medicine resident physician at Montefiore Health System offers insight into the combined use of CGRP medications and Botox to optimize migraine prevention in patients who have inadequate response with Botox alone.
The Long-Term Impact of Addressing Gender Norms for Men With MS
In Part 2 of this interview, Bryan Davis, PsyD, MS, clinical health psychology fellow at Cleveland Clinic’s Mellen Center for MS, details the impact that conversations about masculinity norms in MS can have on future trials and care.
Bryan Davis, PsyD, MS: Future Discussion on Masculinity Norms in MS
The clinical health psychology fellow at Cleveland Clinic’s Mellen Center for MS Treatment and Research at Cleveland Clinic details the interventions for men with MS and how the study can change the discussion on masculinity norms.
Why Learning About Masculine Norms Can Improve MS Care
In Part 1 of this interview, the clinical health psychology fellow at Cleveland Clinic’s Mellen Center for MS Treatment and Research provides in-depth insight on his study evaluating masculinity norms in patients with multiple sclerosis.
Bryan Davis, PsyD, MS: Behavioral Health and CMNI in Treating MS
The clinical health psychology fellow at the Mellen Center for MS Treatment and Research at Cleveland Clinic details the use of behavioral health and potential use of Conformity to Masculine Norms Inventory (CMNI) tool in multiple sclerosis care.
Bryan Davis, PsyD, MS: Exploring Masculinity Norms in MS
The clinical healthy psychology fellow at the Mellen Center for MS Treatment and Research at Cleveland Clinic discussed the reasoning behind his study evaluating conformity of masculine norms in patients with multiple sclerosis.
PREEMPT Protocol Is Adjusted Frequently, Raising Questions for Clinicians
The clinical neurology fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard University detailed what recent survey data suggest, why the survey was conducted, and how to possibly improve the approach to the protocol.
Neurology on the Hill: My Role as an Advocate for Neurology
Neuro-oncology fellow Ashley Aaroe recounts her experience at Neurology on the Hill, advocating for important changes in neurology health care.
A Shortage of Headache Medicine Physicians: How Trainees Can Get Involved
Our patients have a huge need for access to specialists, yet unfortunately, there is a huge shortage of headache specialists.
ISC Post-Conference Recap: What Other Early Career Attendees Should Know
Third year neurology resident Mona Al Banna, MB BCh BAO, MSc(Res) recounts her first major medical conference experience and provides guidance on how to make the most of your attendance, especially as a resident or fellow.
Everyone Is Working Hard: Why Shift Work Shouldn't Be Celebrated
Danielle B. Cross, MD, MS, a neurology resident in training, shares her thoughts on why glorifying exhaustion is unhealthy.
Erin Conrad, MD: Identifying the Seizure Onset Zone
The epilepsy fellow at the hospital of the University of Pennsylvania detailed why locating the seizure onset zone plays a crucial role in successful epilepsy surgery.
Humble Pie: The Art of Eating Your Words in Medicine
Danielle B. Cross, MD, MS, a neurology resident in training, shares her thoughts on the importance of humility in medicine.
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