ILAE-Eastern Mediterranean

Aims

  • Promote epilepsy education by organizing epilepsy courses
  • Epilepsy care and patient education
  • Translational research
  • Increase the number of chapters in the region

2022 EMR Funding Opportunities

The ILAE-Eastern Mediterranean region is inviting applications to fund courses, visiting teachers and fellowships. Application deadline: 16 May 2022

Un cours d’épilepsie en français

Les conférences sur l’épilepsie lors du cours régional d’épilepsie avec ILAE-Région de la méditerranée orientale et La Ligue Mauritanienne de Lutte Contre l’Epilepsie, les 10 et 11 décembre 2021

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New EEG Tool to improve EEG reading

ILAE EMR introduces a new EEG tool to improve EEG reading

The ILAE-EMR region has introduced a new EEG tool for young EMR neurologists and physicians that enlists the help of international EEG experts within the EMR and elsewhere to help improve the interpretation of EEG recordings, and thus, the management of epilepsy and other neurological disorders in the region. ILAE-EMR-EEG Tool announcement

EMR educational webinars

See ILAE-EMR Events for a complete list of events in our region. Select "Show past events" to view recordings of past webinars.

ILAE EMR and ILAE Africa are offering webinars in French
ILAE EMR and ILAE Africa are offering webinars in English

Latest News

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Joint Statement on behalf of International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) and the International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE)

IBE and ILAE work with, and on behalf of, all people with epilepsy – wherever they live in the world – to promote care and treatment, to improve understanding and inclusion, and to address discrimination in all its forms. ILAE and IBE are concerned about the impact of the current situation in Ukraine on the availability of treatment and access to care for people with epilepsy in the region.

4 March, 2022
International Epilepsy Day
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Happy International Epilepsy Day 2022!

International Epilepsy Day has been celebrated on the second Monday of February since 2015. It provides a platform for people with epilepsy to share their experience and stories from around the world. This year is rather special as it falls on the 14th of February – St. Valentine’s Day. So, we are hoping that many people from around the world will be able to reach out and share a heart and a smile with someone they know in their family, at their school, or in their community who lives with epilepsy.

14 February, 2022

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