Mezinárodní projekty a organizace

IBE: Promising Strategies

IBE vybralo v rámci výzvy "Promising Strategies" projekt EpiStop "Quality of life in children with epilepsy".IBE vybralo v rámci výzvy "Promising Strategies" projekt EpiStop "Quality of life in children with epilepsy" a podpoří ho částkou 4160 USD. Zodpověným členem EpiStop za tento projekt je Mgr. Dana Brabcová. Projekt má za cíl validizovat dotazník Kvality života dětí s epilepsií v ČR, prezentovat dětem i jiné 2 dotazníky a na základě získaných dat vytvořit a publikovat informační leták, brožuru pro rodiče dětí, učitele.

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People with epilepsy missing out on treatment

GENEVA – Up to 75% of people with epilepsy may be missing out on treatment, according to research published this month in the international public health journal, the Bulletin of the World Health Organization.
Around 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy, a potentially serious neurological disorder which causes recurrent seizures that are sometimes accompanied by loss of consciousness. The study found a huge difference in the care of epilepsy patients between high- and low-income countries and between urban and rural settings.

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People with epilepsy missing out on treatment

GENEVA – Up to 75% of people with epilepsy may be missing out on treatment, according to research published this month in the international public health journal, the Bulletin of the World Health Organization.

Around 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy, a potentially serious neurological disorder which causes recurrent seizures that are sometimes accompanied by loss of consciousness. The study found a huge difference in the care of epilepsy patients between high- and low-income countries and between urban and rural settings. .

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EURAP’s Interim Report of May 2009

We take this chance to give you a brief resume of the National Coordinator’s Meeting that was held during the last International Epilepsy Congress in Budapest. Dr. Tomson explained where we are in the data analysis for first publication of teratogenic outcome and confirmed that this is now work in progress, and that the review of the classification of malformations has been completed using the EUROCAT classification rules for birth defects.

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