Non-ILAE Educational Resources
ILAE is proud to provide these links to other educational resources.
Seizure Classification Training Module
Epilepsy Seizure-Classification; Case based learning. Register here
Tool to help determine if a patient is a candidate for epilepsy surgery: More about the e-pilepsy tool
SCORE EEG Educational Platform
The SCORE EEG Educational Platform is an interactive web-based training platform for EEG where students can practice their EEG reporting skills in a safe and realistic environment. They can also compare their EEG findings to the findings of an EEG expert. The SCORE EEG Educational Platform is based on the new global standard for EEG reporting.
Read more about SCORE in this special report from ILAE:
Standardized Computer-based Organized Reporting of EEG: SCORE
College for Students with Disabilities | Maryville University
Students with disabilities and their families have many pathways to achieve independence through higher education. First they need to know their rights and how to prepare for higher education.
British Paediatric Neurology Association
Paediatric Epilepsy Training (PET) courses
- In the UK PET has trained over 10,000 paediatricians, trainees and nurses since 2005. Internationally, over 4,000 people have attended.
- PET1 has been translated into Portuguese and Spanish. French translation is about to begin.
- The BPNA is working in partnership with the ILAE to roll out PET internationally. Courses are available in:
- Australasia: New Zealand, Australia (from July 2020)
- Central & South America: Brazil, Colombia (from May 2020), El Salvador (from May 2020)
- Europe: UK
- Middle East & North Africa: Sudan, UAE
- South East Asia: Myanmar, Singapore (BPNA PET Singapore 2020)
- Sub Saharan Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana, South Africa
- Further information
- Book a place
- BPNA PET Flyer
100 hour comprehensive, clinically based course, delivered via the internet The largest group of conditions studied will be epileptic seizure disorders/the epilepsies. The overall aim is to provide you with an understanding of the physiological basis of seizure disorders and their epidemiology, along with the detailed clinical knowledge necessary to manage children with seizure disorders to an advanced level.
By the end of the Unit you should:
- be adept at using the International Diagnostic Scheme
- be able to describe the electroclinical features of the different types of epileptic seizures
- be able to identify common and not so common epilepsy syndromes
- have a good knowledge of the various diseases and condition in which epileptic seizures may occur
You will consider the role of EEG, neuroimaging and other investigations in the evaluation of children with seizure disorders. A number of sections deal with treatment issues, including antiepileptic drugs, epilepsy surgery and less conventional / well established treatment modalities, such as vagal nerve stimulation. The effect of epilepsy on the individual, including co-morbidities will also be considered.
MSc in Epilepsy - King's College, London
This epilepsy course is a multidisciplinary programme covering topics related to all aspects of human epilepsy, from underlying neurobiological mechanisms to clinical aspects and psycho-social consequences. The course includes core modules and a research project in addition to practical clinical experience.
- The world's first multi-disciplinary degree course on epilepsy.
- This unique programme includes practical experience in clinical or research departments.
- The course covers topics related to all aspects of human epilepsy from underlying neurobiological mechanisms to clinical aspects and psycho-social consequences.
Epilepsy Grand Round Lecture Series
The Epilepsy Grand Round lecture series at George Washington University are streamed live on the link below where they are also archived for later viewing. You may type in your questions to the speaker from anywhere in the world to be answered in real time. You can also find links for acquiring CME credit. View presentations and get more information at: GW University Epilepsy Seminar Series.
Teaching Neurology to Primary Care Physicians in Bolivia
Considering that the number of neurologists in Bolivia is much lower than the rate per capita recommended by the WHO, we believe that it is essential to provide the basic tools for the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders to primary care physicians and family doctors. For the above reasons we decided to provide training on basic concepts of methodology and epidemiology and on the most frequent neurological diseases such as stroke, epilepsy, dementia, headache, and central nervous system infections.
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