9th November 2024 8:45am – 5:30pm
The Birmingham Conference & Events Centre (BCEC), Hill Street, Birmingham
- Early bird £70 (until the 31/08/2024)
- Standard rate £80
CPD accreditation is being applied for from the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom.
In the UK, epilepsy affects around one in every 100 people. Every day, 87 people are diagnosed. The consequences of an epilepsy diagnosis are severe and wide-reaching. Diagnosis can result in the loss of education, independence, income, and employment. Often health professionals find it problematic to manage even the common presentations due to lack of exposure during their early training.
The aim of the ILAE British Branch Clinical Epilepsy 1- Day Course is to provide an essential overview in epilepsy and its management in acute and community settings.
The course takes the format of lectured style teaching, and the course content has been carefully tailored to cover a wide variety of topics essential to health professionals. Each topic is founded on the latest clinical evidence and presented in a practical manner including case discussions, which will expand knowledge of epilepsy presentations and improve management plans. There will be an opportunity to learn about anti-seizure medications and MRI and EEG interpretation skills.
By the end of the course, you will have gained a better understanding of the pathway of care and treatment of epilepsy.
This course is aimed at:
- Core trainees
- FY1 and FY2 doctors
- Specialist trainees (ST 1/2) and specialist registrars in areas such as A&E medicine, general medicine, paediatrics, learning disabilities, neurology, psychiatry/neuropsychiatry
- GP trainees and general practitioners
- Medical students
- Other health professionals are welcome to register
- Improve your practice in epilepsy management on the wards and in general practice
- Interactive learning
- CPD accreditation & certificate of attendance
- An epilepsy eBook: From bench to bedside, a practical guide to epilepsy.
- 59 chapters.
- Sections covering: Basic science, classification and terminology, spectrum of epilepsy, differential diagnosis, investigations, medical treatment of epilepsy, outcomes and impacts of epilepsy, special interest groups i.e., learning disabilities, children, surgical treatment of epilepsy, social aspects of epilepsy and provision of care.