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Researchers in Australia have developed a new, minimally-invasive, brain-machine interface that could be beneficial in the treatment of epilepsy in future.
This 2015 Finnish study aimed to determine whether progress has been made in the prevention of epilepsy in Finland during the last 40 years.
Outpatients sister Sheila McGuillicuddy and nurses Margaret and Mags
Videos of all the talks from the Epilepsy Research Explained event on International Epilepsy Day are now available
Epilepsy Ireland has added new dates to our weekly Online Support Groups.
Summary Findings from First National Audit of Neurology Services in Ireland.
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.
Epilepsy Ireland's smartphone app for people with epilepsy & parents of children with epilepsy is now available for iPhone.
Epilepsy Ireland has published our services programme for 2016. The programme lists the activities and events being run by Epilepsy Ireland in 2016 across all of our regional offices.