New Primary Care Curriculum
The ILAE recognizes that training of non-specialist health care providers can help reduce the epilepsy treatment gap as this is the entry point of most people with epilepsy. To improve the quality of epilepsy care in primary care services, we need to bridge the primary care epilepsy education gap.
The ILAE envisages a common competency-based primary care educational curriculum that cuts across diverse health care systems and socio-economic settings. The Primary Care Task Force has developed a draft for a Body of Knowledge for the Primary Care Epilepsy Educational Curriculum. Similar to the Epilepsy Specialist Competency-based Educational Curriculum (see Roadmap for a competency-based educational curriculum in epileptology/ Guía para un currículo educativo en epileptología- Spanish translation), this primary care curriculum is organized into domains, competencies and learning objectives. This body of knowledge represents a complete summation of elements essential for effective management of epilepsy within the primary health care systems.
Primary Care Curriculum
An epilepsy curriculum for primary health care providers: a report from the Education Council of the International League Against Epilepsy
Gagandeep Singh, Patricia Braga, Jaime Carrizosa, Marielle Prevos-Morgant, Man Mohan Mehndiratta, Priscilla Shisler, Chahnez Triki, Samuel Wiebe, Jo Wilmshurst, Ingmar Blümcke
Epileptic Disorders (2022)
Primary Care Curriculum - Spanish
Un currículo de epilepsia para profesionales y trabajadores de atención médica primaria: un informe del Consejo de Educación de la Liga Internacional contra la Epilepsia
Traducido por Jaime Carrizosa y revisado por Patricia Braga y Sam Wiebe
Draft Curriculum in Translation
- Primary Care Competencies - Arabic
- Primary Care Competencies - Chinese
- Primary Care Competencies - French
- Primary Care Competencies - Russian
French: Chahnez Triki and Marielle Provost
Spanish: Jaime Carrizosa, Patricia Braga and Sam Wiebe
Russian: Olga Bordizhenko and Ilija Komotsev
Chinese: Ding Ding and Lili
Arabic: Mohammed Ashkanani and Najib Kissane
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