Epileptic Disorders – The Educational E-Journal of the ILAE

Epileptic Disorders is the educational E-journal of the International League Against Epilepsy and a forum where epilepsy colleagues worldwide can share their experiences. It publishes articles that are not only concerned with the clinical manifestations of epilepsy, but also all aspects of diagnosis, natural history and management of seizure disorders, including neurophysiological, imaging and other ancillary techniques. A major feature of the E-journal is the publication of accompanying video material. Impact Factor: 2.333

Mission: Create educational links between epileptologists and other health professionals in clinical practice and scientists or physicians in research-based institutions.

Epileptic Disorders - the educational e-journal of the ILAE

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Epileptic Disorders The educational journal of the International League Against Epilepsy No. 4 Volume 24 August 2022 John Libby Eurotext www.epilepticdisorders.com ILAE

Target readership: Physicians and other health professionals involved in the diagnosis, management and care of persons with epilepsyEpileptic Disorders publishes articles that are not only concerned with the clinical manifestations of epilepsy, but also all aspects of diagnosis, natural history, and management of seizure disorders, including neurophysiological, imaging and other ancillary techniques. A major feature of the E-journal is the publication of accompanying video material. A principal goal is to translate active research and League recommendations into day-to-day practice such that terms and definitions have real meaning.

Target authorship: Experts in any epilepsy-related domain who can provide the reader with manuscripts of outstanding educational value to enhance optimal epilepsy care and research

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