ABOUT INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE AGAINST EPILEPSY BRITISH CHAPTER
Membership of the ILAE British Chapter is open to all healthcare professionals in Great Britain with an interest in epilepsy. The ILAE British Chapter is a chapter of the International League Against Epilepsy, the professional organisation representing all those interested in the field of epilepsy. The League aims to promote education and research and to improve the treatment of care of patients with epilepsy.
ILAE BRITISH CHAPTER EVENTS
As well as its annual scientific meeting, ILAE British Chapter runs teaching weekends, joint meetings with other organisations and symposiums on issues relating to epilepsy throughout the year.
Membership costs just £25 per year and includes regular newsletters, information about both British and overseas events, attendance at the annual scientific meeting and teaching weekends.
The ILAE British Chapter GP Society supports GPs all over Britain who look after people with epilepsy. This includes a competency framework for GPwSI approved by Dept of Health.
UPCOMING ILAE BRITISH CHAPTER EVENTS and EXTERNAL EVENTS
CALLING ALL JUNIOR DOCTORS! This course aims to provide high quality education to junior doctors developing understanding of the diagnosis and management of patients with...
For full details of this event including the programme and prices, and to book your place, please click here. Dear Friends, It gives us great...
ILAE British Chapter Event: 1 Day Meeting – 9th September – Management of Inpatients Admitted for Video-EEG Telemetry
The ILAE British Chapter will be hosting a meeting on 9 September 2016 in London on the day-to-day management of in-patients admitted for video-EEG telemetry....
International League Against Epilepsy
ILAE British Chapter is a member of The International League Against Epilepsy, which was founded in 1909 and now has more than 100 national chapters worldwide. The goals of the ILAE are:
• To advance and disseminate knowledge about epilepsy
• To promote research, education and training
• To improve services and care for patients, especially by prevention, diagnosis and treatment