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22-02-2016 | New brain-machine interface ‘could aid future epilepsy treatment’

Researchers in Australia have developed a new, minimally-invasive, brain-machine interface that could be beneficial in the treatment of epilepsy in future. » read more

 

19-02-2016 | Finnish study on the efforts to prevent epilepsy in the last 40 Years

This 2015 Finnish study aimed to determine whether progress has been made in the prevention of epilepsy in Finland during the last 40 years. » read more

 
'15-02-2016 | Findings from the first national audit of neurology services highlight widespread deficits' image

15-02-2016 | Findings from the first national audit of neurology services highlight widespread deficits

Summary Findings from First National Audit of Neurology Services in Ireland. » read more

 
'12-02-2016 | New Toolkit for Women with Epilepsy on the Risks of Valproate' image

12-02-2016 | New Toolkit for Women with Epilepsy on the Risks of Valproate

A new toolkit has been launched in the UK to help health professionals inform women with epilepsy of childbearing age about the risks of being on the drug valproate. » read more

 
'25-01-2016 | Brain training to control seizures' image

25-01-2016 | Brain training to control seizures

An online brain training technique that increases alertness but calms the brain is showing promising results in helping people with epilepsy to control their seizures. » read more

 
'22-01-2016 | Video about the Electronic Patient Record (EPR)' image

22-01-2016 | Video about the Electronic Patient Record (EPR)

This video shows how the Electronic Patient Record (EPR) is improving epilepsy management by enabling better communications between the various healthcare professionals involved. » read more

 

15-01-2016 | New definition of status epilepticus proposed

The International League Against Epilepsy has proposed a new definitions of status epilepticus. » read more

 
'07-01-2016 | What is the correct way to talk about epilepsy? A new study aims to find out' image

07-01-2016 | What is the correct way to talk about epilepsy? A new study aims to find out

The epilepsy research group at the University of Liverpool are looking for people with epilepsy and their family and friends to take a short, anonymous online survey. » read more

 

04-01-2016 | The risk of seizure-related injuries in children and young adults is highlighted in a new study

The results of new research published in the leading medical journal Epilepsy & Behavior confirm the pronounced risk of seizure-related injuries in children and adolescents with epilepsy. » read more

 
'16-12-2015 | New RCSI epilepsy research paving the way for transformation in epilepsy treatment' image

16-12-2015 | New RCSI epilepsy research paving the way for transformation in epilepsy treatment

New research into the causes of epilepsy, led by scientists at RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland), has identified new approaches to drug therapy that could potentially revolutionise how epilepsy is treated in the future. » read more

 
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