We are a community of professionals engaged in the understanding, diagnosis, study, prevention, treatment and cure, with the goal of improving outcomes for persons with epilepsy.
Late-breaking abstracts will be accepted beginning in mid-August. Late-breaking abstracts should contain new data that was not yet known or fully available by the June abstract deadline.
Fueled by the commitment to developing the next generation of epilepsy investigators, the American Epilepsy Society is one of the largest non-governmental funders for those starting careers in epilepsy research.
This self-paced online course uses thought-provoking case vignettes and interactive quizzes to enhance clinicians' skills in identifying and managing anxiety in children and adults with epilepsy. This module covers epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment and aims to bridge the management gap by providing practical use cases and education for clinicians.
Keeping current on evidence-based clinical guidance is critical for epilepsy professionals to provide quality care to people with epilepsy.
This manual outlines principles and processes intended to guide AES-led workgroups in the development of high-quality clinical guidance products consistent with broadly-accepted, evidence-based principles and processes appropriate to the needs of the epilepsy clinical community.