Epilepsy Learning Institute

The Epilepsy Learning Institute (ELI) is the AES online education platform for individualized professional education, self-assessment, and self-directed learning. Activities are designed specifically for medical professionals providing care to people with epilepsy. In the Epilepsy Learning Institute, you can earn CME and CE and complete ABPN approved MOC activities.

Registration is required for all activities. Sign-in with your AES Account. 

Start an activity today (login) Browse the Catalog (no login)

 AES Online Educational Activities

Self-Assessment in Epilepsy, Volume 1 (2013)
Fees: Members: $99 | Nonmembers: $199
This activity includes 100 unique multiple choice questions selected and reviewed by epileptologists. Includes immediate feedback on each question, references, and peer comparison scores.

Self-Assessment in Epilepsy, Volume 2 (2014)
Fees: Members: $99 | Nonmembers: $199
This activity includes 100 unique multiple choice questions selected and reviewed by epileptologists. Includes immediate feedback on each question, references, and peer comparison scores.

Self-Assessment in Epilepsy, Volume 3 (2016)
Fees: Members: $99 | Nonmembers: $199
This activity includes 100 unique multiple choice questions selected and reviewed by epileptologists. Includes immediate feedback on each question, references, and peer comparison scores.

Self Assessment in Professionalism (2016)
Free Access
An activity with 25 multiple choice questions based on the Physician’s Charter on Medical Professionalism.
*This activity was originally developed by the American College of Cardiology and was revised to be appropriate for neurologists and epileptologists.

Other offerings include:

  • Recorded Webinars - Ask the Experts: Ask the Expert Webinars is a quarterly live event. It features a 10minute presentation followed by 20 minutes of moderated Q&A. Recordings are posted with downloadable resources. 
  • EMU Caring - Safety in the EMU: This program is helpful for all members of the epilepsy team including physicians, nurses, EEG technologists, pharmacists, child life specialists, mental health professionals and others who provide care to people with epilepsy in an EMU. Each module can be completed independently. Videos, slides and commentary provide practical information and guidance. This tool can be used for continuing in-service education and as a training tool for new members of the team! (Learn more here)
  • Annual Meeting Symposia Archives (access the 2015 recordings list here): Recordings of all symposia including available handouts. 
  • Podcasts – What’s Current: Listen-in while editors of Epilepsy Currents discuss interesting and important findings published in AES’s peer-reviewed journal.