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Fourth Annual SHS meeting - Advances in Headache Medicine

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The 4th Annual CME Meeting of the Southern Headache Society will be held in Asheville, September 26-28, 2014, at the Renaissance Hotel. We have an innovative, thought-provoking Agenda which will cover topics of interest to general neurologists, headache specialists, mental health practitioners, and other health-care professionals with an interest in headache.

When: September 26-28, 2014
Where: Asheville, NC
Asheville Renaissance Hotel



Conference information and registration can be found here.



Please join us for the 4th Annual CME meeting of the Southern Headache Society, at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, NC September 26-28.

We have created an Agenda which we hope will not only be stimulating, but will also challenge some of your basic beliefs (beginning with the mini-Symposium: "How We Know What Isn't So").

You may register directly online here.

For hotel accommodations, the Renaissance reservations are: 800.916.4339 or locally 828.252.8211. For the group discount, identify yourself with the Southern Headache Society. Asheville hotels are 100% booked during leaf season, so please reserve your room early.

Our Listserv had an important discussion regarding physician burnout. To respond to this vital concern, we have a pre-meeting symposium Friday afternoon to be given by Dr. Wayne Sotile PhD on the topic of Resilience and Physician Burnout. Please see the syllabus for details. There is separate registration for this workshop. Dr. Sotile will also be our lunch speaker on Saturday and will speak on the same subject.

And even more - Don Penzien PhD will be giving an all-day workshop on principles of Behavioral Medicine for Mental Health Therapists. This will be given Saturday in parallel with the main meeting. The idea for this workshop is to help community mental health therapists learn and apply principles of behavioral medicine for patients who have headache but are being seen for other reasons. Individuals who register for the weekend meeting may elect to attend - alternately, you may register for this symposium independently.

As always, this will be a fun and interactive meeting, an exchange of ideas, and a re-kindling of the spirit of why we all practice headache medicine.

Hope to see you there!

Morris Maizels MD
President, Southern Headache Society