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Climate change and epilepsy - free virtual conference

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Climate change and epilepsy - free virtual conference

Would you like to find out more about climate change and the impact that it might have on epilepsy?

EpiCC – Epilepsy Climate Change – is holding its first ever virtual conference ‘Epilepsy in change’ to address the links between climate change and epilepsy and how we might all take action.

The group is led by Epilepsy Society’s Director of Genomics, Professor Sanjay Sisodiya and is made up of an international collaboration of healthcare professionals. The conference will be held on 25 November 2021 from 9am-1pm and is free to attend.

You can register here for free

EpiCC is a global initiative that aims to generate research, share knowledge, disseminate information and promote practices that reduce contributions to climate change and mitigate its impact for people with epilepsy.

Topics covered at the conference will include:  

  • the impact of climate change on human health
  • temperature sensitive epilepsy
  • heatwaves and Dravet syndrome
  • reducing carbon emissions in the NHS

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You can find out more about EpiCC and how you can get involved here.