EpiCARE -- a European Reference Network for Rare and Complex Epilepsies -- connects 28 expert centres in 13 Eruopean countries with the aim of aiding the diagnosis and treatment of rare epilepsy patients by using e-tools and cross-country e-consultance. EU member states without EpiCARE centres can nominate affiliated partners to join the network.
Monthly EpiCARE Webinars: Free monthly webinars with topics related to rare and complex epilepsies and research
Award Winners Announced
ILAE-Europe is pleased to announce the recipients of the European Awards 2018. The awards were presented during the Welcome Ceremony of the 13th ECE on Sunday 26th August.
European Young Investigator Award - Birgit Frauscher (Austria/Canada)
2020 Course Applications
European Chapter Executives are invited to submit applications for funding of courses/symposia sponsored by ILAE-Europe during 2020.
These results provide support for the importance of medication adherence and intensified AED treatment for patients with poorly controlled GTCS in the effort to reduce SUDEP risk and suggest that comedication with statins may reduce risk.
4 November, 2020
International consensus recommendations on the diagnostic work-up for malformations of cortical development
In this article, the international MCD network Neuro-MIG provides consensus recommendations to aid both expert and non-expert clinicians in the diagnostic work-up of MCDs with the aim of improving patient management worldwide.
28 October, 2020
The ILAE has continued to evolve over the past 110 years, seeking to fulfill its mission to provide healthcare professionals with the information to work toward a world where no person's life is limited by epilepsy. 2019 ILAE Annual Report: See the details of the accomplishments in reports from…
15 October, 2020
The Swiss League Against Epilepsy is using posters, online ads, a short film, and floor stickers to give people the important message that helping during a seizure is easy, and can prevent injury.
13 October, 2020
On 16 September 2020, at the age of 96, Heinz Josef Penin died as the last surviving representative of the first German post-war epileptologists.
5 October, 2020
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