Should you be affected by a epilepsy medication shortage, please do let us know about it and we will do our utmost to find out further information regarding the shortage.
Epilepsy Ireland have closed our survey regarding Sodium Valproate (Epilim) which we have been running since the tail end of 2019.
We would like to thank everyone for their time in completing this survey. Every response will be vital to our ongoing work on this matter alongside our colleague in OACS Ireland.
Update; Friday 28th February 2020; Ciara has been in touch to say she has contact from a number of volunteers seeking to assist her with her research. She has above & beyond the required number of participants and would like to thank everyone for getting in touch. We look forward to hearing the results of her work and you can read about her research aims below:
UNEEG Medical are developing a new medical device seeking to allow people living with epilepsy to get accurate information about their seizures.
They are seeking to interview people living in Ireland with epilepsy to provide input to different design concepts at a 90 minute face-to-face interview.
The preferred profile for interviewees is as follows:
We are currently recruiting for the position of Fundraising & Communications Manager, based at our Head Office in Dublin.
Reporting to the CEO, the Fundraising & Communications Manager will be part of the organisation’s senior management team. Responsibilities will include:
Epilepsy Ireland are recruiting for a Receptionist / Administration Assistant to join our busy team! More details on the role are below:
Title: Receptionist / Administration Assistant
Location: Epilepsy Ireland Head Office, 249 Crumlin Road, Dublin 12
Hours of Work: Monday to Friday 9.00am-5.00pm
The HSE have invited people from across the country to take part in an online survey as they seek input on their corporate plan for the next five years.
Crucially, as part of this survey they are seeking feedback on the areas of the health service that the general public would like to see prioritised over the coming years.
- As many myths as there are seizures -
- Epilepsy Ireland seeks to highlight misconceptions surrounding condition as part of International Epilepsy Day Campaign -
Monday February 10th is International Epilepsy Day (#epilepsyday) and as part of a new awareness campaign, Epilepsy Ireland is urging the public to separate the myths from the facts when it comes to perceptions of epilepsy.