Professionals reading list
A selection of reading around epilepsy for professionals including doctors, GPs and researchers.
Antiepileptic Drug Interactions - A Clinical Guide, 2nd Edition
PN Patsalos Springer 2013 ISBN 978-1-4471-2433-7
Epilepsy - Fast Facts
M Brodie, S Schachter, P Kwan Health Press 5th edition 2012
Alternatively, buy direct from the publisher and use the code ES15 to get a 15% discount on the price.
Managing Epilepsy in Primary Care
M Taylor Blackwell Science 1996 ISBN 0865429723
Epilepsy: Questions and Answers
YM Hart & JW Sander Merit Publishing 2008 (2nd ed) ISBN 9781873413876
Available from Epilepsy Society - call 01494 601 392 for an order form or order through the online shop.
The Clinical Psychologist's Handbook of Epilepsy
C Cull & L Goldstein (eds) Brunner Routledge 1997 ISBN 0415130506
Practical Guide to Epilepsy
M Manford Butterworth Heinemann 2003 ISBN 0750646217
Epilepsy in our Experience: accounts of health care professionals (Brainstorms series)
(ed) SC Schachter Oxford University Press 2008 ISBN 9780195330915
There are many books and DVDs about epilepsy available. This page provides a selection of titles. Epilepsy Society is not responsible for the accuracy or currency of the information in the books or DVDs listed.
The following information is designed to help GPs in delivering healthcare to people with epilepsy. As well as information about seizures and anti-epileptic drugs, you can find out about our free epilepsy app and our anti-epileptic drugs booklet.
Guide for pharmacists working in registered pharmacy premises in the UK, co-produced by Epilepsy Society and Medway School of Pharmacy. Includes information about treatment, seizure types, points to cover with patients taking AEDs and materials pharmacists can give to their patients.
Commissioning is a key driver of quality, efficiency and outcomes for people with epilepsy. Over the past decade it has become increasingly important to the health system in England. We've partnered with Epilepsy Action to design the new 'Epilepsy Commissioning Toolkit' to help commissioners provide better health services for people with epilepsy.