Epilepsy Ireland's award-winning Training for Success (TFS) course is currently recruiting for the new one-year course starting in August 2016.
National Epilepsy Week will take place from Monday 16th to Sunday 22nd May, these are some of the awareness events taking place.
On 11th May, the new Government comprising of Fine Gael, members of the Independent Alliance, and a number of other independent TDs, published its Programme for Government.
During National Epilepsy Week May 15th – 21st 2016, there will be a stand in the Front Foyer of Tallaght Hospital on Thursday 19th May from 9.30 to 12:30.
There will be the Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner In Epilepsy in attendance as well as a Community Resource Officer from Epilepsy Ireland.
AHEAD have announced that they are currently accepting applications for a Graduate Internship with the Health Service Executive (HSE) under the WAM placement scheme.
An Epilepsy & Education Seminar for Teachers & SNAs being held on Tuesday, 17th May at 7.00pm in the Glenview Hotel, Glen of the Downs, Co. Wicklow
On Friday 6th May The Irish Examiner published an article questioning "Do people with epilepsy suffer discrimination in the workplace?"
TalkAboutIt.org works with celebrities to raise awareness and understanding of epilepsy.
A new EU research programme to develop ways of monitoring three main central nervous system conditions, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis (MS) and depressive disorder, using wearable devices and smartphones has been launched.
St. Vincent's University Hospital are currently recruiting for the positions of Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Epilepsy to develop the Epilepsy service within the Hospital in line with National Epilepsy Care Programme.