Migraines and Hormones

Optimizing Migraine Care

Speaker: Dr. Elizabeth Leroux MD, FRCPC. Dr. Leroux is a neurologist, author and expert on migraines.

Join us for a conversation about menstrual migraines, migraine management and changing the conversation between healthcare professionals and patients when dealing with debilitating migraine pain.


  • Women who want to learn about migraines and how to be a better self-advocate.
  • People who care about women and want to better understand their challenges.
  • Healthcare professionals interested in understanding the patient journey and options for care.
  • Community stakeholders that want to drive new conversations for better health outcomes.


  • $20 non-members
  • Free – WHC Members

For more information contact info@TheWHC.ca

The WHC is committed to taking a leading role in engaging and informing stakeholders, healthcare professionals and government to address barriers, gaps and gender bias in sexual, reproductive and menstrual health.

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Sat 6 Mar 2021


10:00am - 11:30am


  • Dr. Elizabeth Leroux MD FRCPC
    Dr. Elizabeth Leroux MD FRCPC

    Dr Elizabeth Leroux did her neurology training at University of Montreal. She did a two-year fellowship in Paris at the Emergency Headache Center. She directed the headache clinic of University of Montreal, then the CHAMP multidisciplinary program of the University of Calgary. She currently practices in Montreal at the Brunswick Medical Center.
    Dr Leroux is the president of the Canadian Headache Society and the founder of the Migraine Quebec and Chair of Migraine Canada. She is involved in migraine advocacy. Current interests include therapeutic education for migraine, impact of migraine on work, and cluster headache.

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