Cork: Epilepsy Awareness and the Administration of Buccal Midazolam

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Buccal Midazolam is a rescue medication which has become more widespread in recent years which can be very important for people with epilepsy. It is administered during a seizure under medical advice and helps to reduce seizure duration and aid with safety. Given promptly, this relatively simple procedure can prevent major disruption to daily life resulting from hospital emergency treatment. If your child has epilepsy and has been prescribed BM, please encourage their teachers & SNA's to consider attending and taking part in this training. This event is also open to Healthcare professionals who may be caring for a person with epilepsy.

This training takes places the week of International Epilepsy Day and is a vital resource in our service in providing awareness & training for professionals.

To book a place for this training, please contact Paul at

COST: €95 per  person attending - this training is ONLY available for Healthcare Professionals, Teachers & SNAs

WHEN: Wednesday 12th February
WHERE: Northridge Education Centre, Blackrock, Cork 
TIME: 9:00am - 4:00pm