Following an ongoing review of new data, the European Medicines agency’s Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) have announced new precautionary safety measures for the treatment of males with sodium valproate.
Our colleagues in Children's Health Ireland are currently conducting a research study in conjunction with Maynooth University which may be of interest to parents of children with epilepsy.
Our colleagues in the International Bureau for Epilepsy have launched another Virtual Art Exhibition for #EpilepsyDay 2024 - find out how to make a submission and showcase your creativity!
Epilepsy Ireland will officially close for the festive period on the 22nd of December and will reopen on the 2nd January.
Whether we can believe it or not, the final days of 2023 are fast approaching and as the year comes to an end, it allows us an opportunity to reflect on the successful year that was at Epilepsy Ireland.
If you are working in the DAA or know someone working in the DAA - we need YOUR help! Find out why.
We're delighted to be recruiting for two vital new roles within our organisation. Do you want to join our team?
Meet Mark and Rachel - our volunteers of the year for 2023!! Read about their contributions to the work of Epilepsy Ireland!
It's the best time of the year, but one that has unique stresses and challenges. Read our tips for managing epilepsy during the festive season!
If you would like to earn €30 in the lead-up to the festive period - and help secure a €10 donation for Epilepsy Ireland - then you might be interested in this research project!
As part of a linguistic validation project, researchers are keen to speak to five adults living with epilepsy living in Ireland. A linguistic validation project is used to help test the understanding of a questionnaire before it is used with a wider group of respondents.