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The World's preeminent association of health care professionals and scientists working toward a world where no person's life is limited by epilepsy
NEW Neonatal Seizure Classification
The ILAE Task Force on Neonatal Seizures has created a classification for seizures in the neonate, which is intended to become the ILAE position on the classification for seizures in this age group. As part of the approval and adoption process, the League asks its members to review and comment on the proposed classification prior to October 15.
Join ILAE at Epilepsy Awareness Day on November 7! This event draws thousands to Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. And don’t miss the free Epilepsy Education and Awareness Expo on Nov. 5 & 6, featuring the latest research, resources and hot topics.
12 September, 2018
You are invited to enter the International Epilepsy Day video competition. The winning videos will be selected based on their success in telling an inspiring personal story or in using a novel means of increasing knowledge and awareness of epilepsy. In each category, there will be one 1st Prize of US$500 and five Runners’ Up prizes of US$100.
5 September, 2018
View videos and photos here from the 13th European Congress on Epileptology
27 August, 2018
Epilepsyecosystem.org is an online crowd-sourcing ecosystem for sharing data and algorithms to improve the performance of seizure prediction algorithms and make seizure prediction a reality for people suffering from epilepsy. Around twenty million people worldwide suffer from drug-resistant…
22 August, 2018
The ILAE Task Force on Neonatal Seizures has created a classification for seizures in the neonate, which is intended to become the ILAE position on the classification for seizures in this age group. As part of the approval and adoption process the League asks its members to review and comment on…
16 August, 2018
The International League Against Epilepsy disseminates research findings and breakthroughs in the cure for epilepsy and related seizure disorders through its official publications in original peer-reviewed articles that communicate the latest in epilepsy research.
Identifying the educational needs of physicians in pediatric epilepsy in order to improve care: results from a needs assessment in Germany, Spain, and the United States
Suzanne Murray, Sara Labbé, Sanjeev Kothare, Ignacio Málaga, Gerhard Kluger, Patti Ogden, Patrice Lazure, Alexis Arzimanoglou
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