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RADAR-CNS Clinician Survey: Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse – Central Nervous System (RADAR-CNS) is a new collaborative research programme that will explore the potential of wearable devices to help prevent and treat depression and epilepsy

Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse – Central Nervous System (RADAR-CNS) is a new collaborative research programme that will explore the potential of wearable devices to help prevent and treat depression and epilepsy

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QNI Guidance on Epilepsy and homelessness: The Queens Nursing Institute is revising it’s existing guidance on epilepsy and homelessness.. Samantha Dorney-Smith, project lead is particularly interesting in your views on the document

The Queens Nursing Institute is revising it’s existing guidance on epilepsy and homelessness.. Samantha Dorney-Smith, project lead is particularly interesting in your views on the document. https://www.qni.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Epilepsy_and_homelessness_web.pdf Contact: samantha.dorney-smith@qni.org.uk

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Weekly Round-up 7th June 2019

**SAVE THE DATE** Hello Everyone, It is that time of year again, no not to be thinking about your holiday, but the bi-annual ESNA Non-Medical Prescribing Day. Save the date:          Friday 15th November 2019 All day event            (Exact start time TBC) Venue:                        Hilton Liverpool City Centre We have a fantastic and informative day scheduled […]

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Weekly Round-up 17th May 2019

The New Website – GDPR Dear All ESNA needs to comply with the requirements of GDPR.  We are about to launch a new website and we need permission to continue to store personal details.  Details we currently have are name, job title/speciality and role description/contact details/main base and date joined.  We will hold membership details in […]

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Weekly Round-up 10th May 2019

The New Website – GDPR Dear All ESNA needs to comply with the requirements of GDPR.  We are about to launch a new website and we need permission to continue to store personal details.  Details we currently have are name, job title/speciality and role description/contact details/main base and date joined.  We will hold membership details in […]

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Becoming an Epilepsy Nurse – Carrie’s story

Please send in your stories so we can inspire the epilepsy nurses of the future. I qualified as a learning disability nurse in 1998 and worked managing community homes for people with learning disabilities. As part of my role I completed my Diploma in Epilepsy at Leeds and carried out the epilepsy and rescue medication […]

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Management of epilepsy in adults with intellectual disability (CR203 May 2017)

This report aims to clarify the role of the psychiatrist in ID in the management of epilepsy. The proposed tiered system of professional competency gives psychiatrists the option to identify their role in care provision and ensures a framework for training. It provides a structure from which a competency evaluation can be developed. The vision […]

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