New research has revealed that slow brain waves, which usually occur during sleep, could also offer protection against increased brain excitability in people with epilepsy.
After recently seeing some big successes with people putting up our Calm, Cushion, Call posters where they live, we’re asking even more of you to spread the word about our seizure first aid advice at local level.
Additional new restrictions are to be introduced for the prescribing of valproate from 31 January 2024. Read about the changes
We recently took our external training onto the international stage for the first time, delivering an online course for a group of nurses based at a hospital in Hong Kong.
A research team based at Oxford University is looking for mothers with epilepsy who have given birth in the last five years to join an advisory group exploring postnatal care and support.
Our Chief Executive Clare Pelham spoke passionately about the need to keep patients front and centre when she appeared on a panel at the New Statesman’s Future of Healthcare conference in London at the end of October.