ILAE Academy Pilot Phase Receives Enthusiastic Response
18 November, 2019
In 2020, the ILAE Academy will launch a series of case-based e-Learning modules for epileptology for Level 1 (Entry) addressing all learning objectives specified in the recently published ILAE Curriculum.
To prepare the launch, the ILAE Academy is now open for an exclusive Pilot Phase.
Within 18 hours of the announcement of the opening, all pilot openings had been filled; other applicants will be added to a waiting list. This enthusiastic response from applicants worldwide will greatly assist in the development of the Academy.
When the ILAE Academy is fully launched, our teaching portfolio will include:
- Self-paced (tutorless) case-based e-learning courses on the most common epilepsies — from diagnosis to treatment
- Self-paced (tutorless) neuroimaging e-learning course
- VIREPA tutor-based courses in EEG
- Resources such as EpilepsyDiagnosis.org diagnostic manual, eBrain modules, open-access publications, and ILAE clinical practice guidelines
About the Pilot Phase
Successful applicants receive free access to a series of 3 newly designed self-paced e-learning courses presenting common epilepsies in a patient case scenario. Participants will provide feedback to help us refine the courses and improve usability. Certificates can be earned upon passing a final test and completing the feedback form.
Openings for the Pilot Phase are limited to 50 participants; others will be put on a waiting list. The Pilot Phase will end January 6th, 2020.
Target audience: Healthcare professionals at the entry level for epileptology (ILAE Curriculum Level 1)
ILAE Academy Pilot Instructions
For more information and your application, please visit the ILAE Academy
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