The University of Michigan headache medicine training program is a one year United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) accredited program for the diagnosis and treatment of head and face pain. Training will include the key components of the neurological exam and associated pain and headache syndromes. Trainees should be able to manage such problems, even when complicated by the presence of other symptoms, complex medical illness, and psychological distress. The trainee will receive didactics in migraine, cervicogenic headache, cluster headache, and other headache topics.
To provide an appropriate atmosphere and opportunity for trainees to become consultants and practitioners in headache medicine. This will encompass a balance between clinical and educational needs.
The program includes:
- Headache and Neuropathic Pain Clinic Meetings
- Multidisciplinary Pain Board Meetings Rounds
- Grand Rounds
- Journal Club Meeting
The program requires the trainees to participate in the University of Michigan Neuroscience Day. Neuroscience Day is an annual poster and platform session where neurology, neurosurgery residents, and trainees present their scholarly works.