The following information is designed to help GPs in delivering healthcare to people with epilepsy.
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 anti-seizure medication (ASM).
subtitle: Meet the team
Meet the team at Epilepsy Society leading the way in global research. Our team are passionate about translating research findings to improve the lives of people with epilepsy.
A selection of reading around epilepsy for professionals including doctors, GPs and researchers.
Download the lecture notes from the lecture 'From bench to bedside - A practical guide to epilepsy' from the Epilepsy Teaching Weekend from 14−15 May 2022
Therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) is an area of clinical chemistry that specialises in measuring medication levels (concentrations) in patients, usually through blood samples but also through saliva samples.
Our team of consultant neurophysiologists and skilled technicians carry out detailed tests to help with the diagnosis and classification of seizures.
The Epilepsy Society Brain and Tissue Bank is the first of its kind in the UK. It is dedicated to the study of epilepsy through brain and other tissue samples.
Neuroimaging enables us to look deep inside the brain to learn more about the impact of seizures on its structure and function.
Read how we are working to understand the genetic architecture of each individual person's epilepsy through our world leading genomics research programme.
We have information resources which show images of most of the commonly prescribed anti-seizure medications’. Our ‘anti-epileptic drugs booklet (2018) for healthcare professional has photos of licensed brand and branded generic versions of anti-seizure medications.