To further improve the knowledge and understanding of epilepsy, AES encourages the continuing professional development of physicians and other health care professionals by offering an array of activities to assist the learner in expanding their knowledge of topics in the field of epilepsy.
The American Epilepsy Society (AES) is committed to the support and enhancement of the study, acquisition, dissemination, and application of medical knowledge concerning epilepsy in all of its phases: biological, clinical and social.
The American Epilepsy Society is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). The Accreditation dictates that AES is compliant with ACCME’s Essential Areas and Policies.
In addition to the accreditation, AES was also awarded the 2002 William Campbell Felch Award for Excellence in CME Research. The Felch Award is issued by the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (ACME), a professional association for CME providers.
Here you will also find the AES Medical Education Evaluator TM
The Epilepsy Learning Institute (ELI): 2013-14 Self Assessment Exam (SAE)
Achieving Improved Patient Safety
in Epilepsy Monitoring Units
What does your epilepsy monitoring unit do to provide the best patient outcomes? When team members of the epilepsy monitoring unit work together to address the unique needs of their patients it increases the probability of improved safety outcomes.
creating a culture of safety.