World Migraine Summit 2020
World Migraine Summit 2020 is returning for a replay. Due to the hardships that COVID-19 provided, the people at World Migraine Summit decided to re run this years summit again for a free viewing each day. During the June replay, there will be both live and recorded webinars with the event hosts plus other helpful resources.
You have the option to purchase unlimited on-demand access* to the Migraine World Summit 2020. (*affiliate link) If you purchase, it will be delivered in a boxed set so you can watch the sessions at your own pace, or share them with family. Free interview availability is limited to encourage a small percentage of people to purchase a copy of the Migraine World Summit, which helps keep the event running each year.
Learn from 30 of the world’s best migraine headache experts. The Replay will run from June 10-19th. You can access the interviews directly on the website. It will start later today (Tuesday, June 9, 2020) at 6:00 pm ET. Register for FREE and you will have 24 hours to listen to each day’s interviews. After 24 hours you will receive another link to view the next day’s sessions.
- A significant proportion of people have found that isolation has led to an increase in migraine frequency or severity. Many households have come under financial stress or hardship with pay cuts and jobs furloughed or lost entirely. Access to health or emergency services and medications has also been affected. In many respects, those with migraine may be disproportionately impacted by the additional burden brought on by the pandemic.
World Migraine Summit 2020 schedule
- Topics and speakers from the event that you don’t want to miss
- What to expect during the Summit week
- How you can speak with the experts
- New features this year
- How to get even more resources and tools
- Answers to your questions
I have been following and help promote this amazing event for years. Help support World Migraine Summit so it can keep providing us the best and up to date migraine and headache information. What better way to participate in Migraine and Headache Awareness Month than by educating yourself?