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We're planning our National Conference - and we want your feedback!

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People in attendance at our 2022 National Conference

After a brief hiatus in 2023, where we instead held public facing events as part of the hugely successful International Epilepsy Congress arranged by the International Bureau for Epilepsy and the International League Against Epilepsy, this year our Epilepsy Ireland led National Conference is back!

We can confirm with our members, supporters and volunteers that the date and venue has been set - this year we'll be heading to the Gibson Hotel, Dublin (of RTÉ First Dates fame) on the 21st September!

While the date and venue for this year’s conference has been chosen, our planning team want to hear from YOU on what format you feel the conference should take, and what topics you would like to hear about/speakers you would like to hear from!

Our conference is always one of the key days in our annual calendar and is an important opportunity to meet with others living with epilepsy across the country and hear about topics of interest to the epilepsy community (previously we have heard about emerging research, and have had experts provide vital information on emerging treatments or techniques to best manage the condition)

As the planning for the conference continues, we would appreciate your feedback by completing our short survey on SuveyMonkey via the button below - each response is vital in helping our team in trying to put together a conference that will have broad appeal and will be of benefit to the entire epilepsy community so please do take a moment to complete the survey!

Take the Survey Now!

Thank you in advance for completing our survey and please note the survey will close on Monday March 18th. If you would like to look back at previous iterations of our National Conference before completing our survey, you can do so by visiting the 'Events & Seminars' page on our website. 

If you need any support or information on your or your loved one's journey with epilepsy, please do not hesitate to contact your local Community Resource Officer. You can find their details by visiting the 'Our Local Service' section of our website.