Head Start

Nurse/GP education


It is our pleasure to invite any Nurses or GPs attending the Head Start main meetings to join us on:

Tuesday 09 March 2021 for the virtual Nurse educational evening

Thursday 11 March 2021 for the virtual GP educational afternoon

These educational events are dedicated to Nurses and GPs with an interest in headache and migraine

If you would like to join us for these educational events, please complete the registration form and select the virtual Nurse educational evening or the virtual GP educational afternoon. We hope that you can join us for both the educational events and the main Head Start meetings if you would like to

For more information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page

Ms Anne-Marie Logan

Nurse educational evening Chair
Ms Anne-Marie Logan
St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dr David Watson

GP educational afternoon Chair
Dr David Watson
Hamilton Medical Group, Aberdeen


Nurse educational evening agenda

Tuesday 09 March 2021

18:30–18:35 Chair's welcome and introduction
Ms Anne-Marie Logan, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

18:35–19:05 Debate: How much are nurses leading the charge
For: Ms Susie Lagrata, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London
Against: Ms Siobhan Jones, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

19:05–19:35 The problem with adherence: how do we know what will make our patient understand
Prof Ivo Vlaev, University of Warwick
To counter: Ms Anne-Marie Logan, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

19:35–19:45 Break

19:45–20:15 Panel discussion: Lockdown a year on: what does care look like?
Ms Susie Lagrata, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London
Ms Siobhan Jones, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Prof Ivo Vlaev, University of Warwick
Ms Anne-Marie Logan, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

20:15–20:20 Chair's close
Ms Anne-Marie Logan, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


GP educational afternoon agenda

Thursday 11 March 2021

15:30–15:35 Chair's welcome and introduction
Dr David Watson, Hamilton Medical Group, Aberdeen

15:35–16:05 Strategies for managing migraine in your co-morbid patients
Dr Katy Munro, National Migraine Centre

16:05–16:35 Translating the science of migraine to patients/Explaining the pathophysiology of migraine to patients - how and why?
Dr Richard Wood, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire LMC

16:35–16:45 Break

16:45–17:15 What is the role of the specialist GP in the community?
Dr David Kernick, St Thomas Health Centre, Exeter

17:15–17:20 Chair's close
Dr David Watson, Hamilton Medical Group, Aberdeen